A perfect blend of town and country living, Two Hills is situated close enough to Edmonton to enjoy the benefits our capital city has to offer, but far enough away to enjoy a contemporary lifestyle without the problems and congestion of big-city living.

A great place to live, Two Hills offers clean, tree-shaded streets in both new and mature neighborhoods. Fully-serviced residential areas, complete with sidewalks and paving, offer easy access to both the Elementary and High school, parks and commercial areas. A new housing development provides a view of the Two Hills Golf Course.

Vacant lots are readily available as are a range of affordably priced homes and rental properties. Purchase an established home in a stately older neighborhood or "Build Your Own Dream Home" in our latest housing development overlooking a picturesque nine-hole golf course. The choice is yours.

The quiet nature of our Town has drawn many seniors to select Two Hills as their retirement home, where they enjoy a carefree lifestyle with the convenience of ultramodern facilities. Come and visit the Eventide Homes or the Hillside Lodge, our residences for seniors. You'll be impressed.

For years, the Town has used the motto "Small Town with a Big Future." The Two Hills Town Council and Administration are always at hand, committed to improving the quality of life as they continue to promote the kind of growth that creates a healthy and viable community.

An outstanding range of public services, quality education, recreation, and health-care facilities, a prime location in the heart of north-central Alberta, and diverse commercial potential make Two Hills a complete community.

Best of all, Two Hills offers a wide variety of exciting and healthful things to do. Enjoy recreational facilities tailored to all age groups -- an indoor swimming pool, ball diamonds, tennis courts, golf course, children's playgrounds, community center, fitness room, artificial ice surface arena and curling rink, fish pond, museum, parks and more. Two Hills features over 25 community organizations and service groups, providing a range of activities for everyone.

History buffs will want to visit Heritage Park to see John Weaver's hand-crafted Centenary Statue of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dowhaniuk, grandparents of the Dowhaniuk family and a tribute to all pioneers of the Two Hills area. Take a stroll down Diefenbaker Avenue, named after the former Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker who visited Two Hills in 1978. Or view the Father Lacombe Monument, located on the north side of the North Saskatchewan River at the historic Duvernay/Brosseau Crossing. And don't forget the charming Two Hills Historical Museum, located in the Community Centre.

Two Hills supports a very active snowmobile club with natural trails that take you into beautiful country settings. Not to mention that the Two Hills area has some of the best big game and waterfowl hunting in the province. Numerous lakes in the area offer excellent sport fishing. For camping and boating, nearby Sandy Lake Park provides a beach area, tap water, wood on site, flush toilets, playgrounds, fishing, boating and more. Two Hills' annual activities include golf tournaments, Two Hills Sports Days, Ukrainian Dancer's Concert, Farmer's Day Celebrations, Ice Show, Snowmobile Rally, Community Christmas Concert, and several curling bonspiels. Don't miss out … include Two Hills in your travel plans this year!