Westlock County covers some of the most productive and prosperous land for mixed farming in Alberta. Major crops include wheat, barley, oats, canola and hay; and livestock operations include cattle, hogs, poultry, dairy, sheep and lambs. The County is also known for its fresh produce, grown in both fertile fields and modern greenhouses.
An excellent transportation network positions the County as a gateway to resource extraction, forestry and tourism activities in Alberta's North. The County is transected by three major highways, enjoys scheduled bus and railway freight service, and has an airport with an all-weather, 3400 foot runway that is jointly operated by the County and the Town of Westlock.
The industrial and commercial sector in Westlock includes sheet metal and rolled pipe manufacturing, feed milling, agricultural equipment sales, livestock auctioneering, transport trucking and oilfield services.
With good campgrounds, unique sand hills and lakes, rivers and streams teeming with jack pine, Westlock County offers a warm welcome to visitors - and great opportunities for residents.
The picturesque 6,537-yard par 71, 18-hole golf course near the Town of Westlock is considered one of the most challenging in northern Alberta. Trails adjacent to the course are open for hiking and cross-country skiing.
10336 106 Street
Westlock, AB T7P 2G1
T: (780) 349-3346
F: (780) 349-2012
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