Rocky Mountain House Real Estate

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CITY GUIDE
Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

Located in central Alberta, Rocky Mountain House covers 12.71 square kilometres near the communities of Ferrier, Horburg, Chedderville, and Alhambra. The city, situated west of the larger community of Red Deer, is home to a population of over 6,000 people. The North Saskatchewan River runs along the western section of the city and meets the Clearwater River in the southwest corner of Rocky Mountain House.

Highway 11 (David Thompson Highway) and Highway 22 (Cowboy Trail) connect in the northern section of the city and run through its centre. The city’s history is linked to the 18th century fur trade in this area.

KEY FACTS:

Rocky Mountain House, Alberta

Rocky Mountain House, Alberta
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Alberta

  • Population: 6,635

  • Area: 12.71 km2

Lifestyle

Lifestyle and Culture

In the northern section of Rocky Mountain House, there are residential areas, a golf course, churches, schools, service providers, government offices, parks, campgrounds, shops, an airport, and accommodations.

Rocky Mountain House’s central section includes accommodations, schools, service providers, residential areas, a community centre, a recreation complex, parks, a museum, shops, restaurants, a health centre, an industrial area, churches, and government offices.

A library, a fire hall, churches, residential areas, service providers, shops, schools, restaurants, a boys and girls club, accommodations, government offices, an industrial area, a national historic site, and a post office can all be found in the city’s southern section.

Lifestyle

Entertainment and Tourism

The Rocky Mountain House Museum tells the stories of those who first settled in the area, with exhibits that showcase lumber camps and sawmills, a schoolhouse, a cabin, and a general store. The museum houses photographs, documents, clothing, tools and equipment, household items, furniture, and other items that help link visitors with the area’s past. Various events and programs are held throughout the year for people of all ages. Golfers will enjoy Pine Hills Golf Club, which has a public 18-hole golf course, a driving range and putting green, golf leagues, a pro shop, and an onsite restaurant. The clubhouse is used for a variety of events and meetings throughout the year.

Crimson Lake Provincial Park, located northwest of Rocky Mountain House, is used for geocaching, fishing, boating, camping, picnicking, playing horseshoes, playing volleyball, water skiing, sailing, kayaking, swimming, wind surfing, mountain biking, hiking, cross-country skiing (winter), snowshoeing (winter), and ice fishing (winter). The park has several lakes, hiking/biking trails, beach areas, greenspace, forested areas, a campground, an amphitheatre, boat launches, shower and restroom facilities, laundry facilities, drinking water, picnic shelters, playgrounds, and an environmental learning centre.

Entertainment and Tourism
economy

Economic

Major industries in Rocky Mountain House include oil and gas, tourism, and agriculture. A number of oil and gas companies operate in and around the city, including Delta Oilfield Controls (Rocky) Ltd., Tomco Production Services Ltd., and Clearwater Oilfield Services Ltd. Tourists visit Rocky Mountain House because of its proximity to Crimson Lake Provincial Park, Sylvan Lake Provincial Park, Jasper National Park, and Banff National Park. This ensures businesses such as accommodation providers, outfitters, restaurants, and gift shops continue to contribute to the local economy.

The Town of Rocky Mountain House and the local chamber of commerce provide networking opportunities, information and resources, and various supports to local business owners and people looking to invest in the community.

economy

Real Estate Market

Many newer built, mid-priced single-family homes can be found in the northern section of the city, as can more affordable condo options and row houses. Closer to the central section of the city, homes tend to be a bit older, with slightly lower price tags. High-priced vacant lots can also be found here.

Single-family homes in the central section of Rocky Mountain House are usually affordable older builds. Vacant land can be found in this section at a variety of price points, depending on size and location. Mobile homes here offer a very affordable homeownership option, while large industrial commercial space is often quite expensive.

The city’s southern section offers a mix of newer and older single-family homes, large retail commercial space, and high-priced vacant land.

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Education

Education

Rocky Mountain House’s schooling options include West Central High School, St. Matthew Catholic School, Pioneer School, Rocky Elementary School, St. Dominic Catholic High School, Lochearn Elementary School, Sunchild School, Kootenay School, and David Thompson School.

There are no post-secondary opportunities in the city, so residents must look to nearby communities for options such as Clearwater College, CDI College, Red Deer College, and Academy of Learning Career College.

Education
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