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Millet, Alberta Campgrounds and RV Parks



  1. The Lions Memorial Campground - Millet
  2. Coal Lake North Recreation Area
  3. Wetaskiwin Lions RV Campground
  4. Prairie Breeze Inn, RV and Camping
  5. Leduc Lions Campground
  6. Coal Lake South Park
  7. Wizard Lake Jubilee Park
  8. Telegraph Park and Hay Lakes Lions Campground
  9. Leduc #1 Campground
  10. Pigeon Lake Escapes RV Resort
  11. Joseph Lake Centennial Park
  12. Devon Lions Campground
  13. Whitemud Creek Golf and RV Park Resort
  14. Siver Creek Golf Course and Campground
  15. Miquelon Lake Campground
  16. Thorsby Lion's Campground
  17. Mound Red Park
  18. Nordic Campground
  19. Rainbow Valley Campground
  20. Black Bull Golf Resort

Millet, Alberta

Campgounds are available in towns near to Millet or at lakes in the area.

It's easy to see, as you pass through the town, why Millet was voted the Prettiest Town in Alberta in 2001 and has participated internationally in this competition as well. Groups of volunteers meet regularly during the blooming season to plan and work on the flower displays. All this works well with the town's focus on recreation and agriculture.

The town name comes from the missionary history of Alberta. In addition to his extensive missionary work in the 19th, century, Father Lacombe had the responsibility of naming the small communities north of Lacombe to Edmonton. Millet was named for his travelling companion and canoeist, August Millet. Millet was a fur buyer and trader one of whose business contacts was Millet's first resident, Ben Slaughter, who ran a store which a little later housed the post office.

Millet and District Museum and Archives (founded 1903) features over 5,000 local artefacts and historical displays from the early twentieth century.

  • Prettiest Town in Alberta winner of 2001 Communities in Bloom competition
  • at least 9 parks, gardens or garden-like spots around town, part of its 65-acre park system
  • proximity to Edmonton which is about 40 km (25 mi.) distant
  • Millet and District Museum and Archives

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