About Millarville

Just south of Calgary, Millarville warmly welcomes you with one of the best views in the foothills. The hamlet settled in 1885 will further enchant you with its famous farmers market and racetrack, historical art gallery, a winery, unique local artisan studios and a whole lot of western culture.
The Millarville area is home to some of the best sight-seeing in Foothills County, so no surprise it’s a popular cruising route for driver and riders of all types. For those looking to get off-road, North Fork campground offers a great base for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, wildlife viewing or going back country exploring.
Another foothills gateway to the Kananaskis, Millarville has everything you need for a trip and is a short drive from some of the most beautiful recreational areas on earth.

Tours that go through Millarville

This tour will give you a taste of the foothills cowboy life, our oil and gas history and of the new word class culinary developments in foothills.

Start you day bright and early like the cowboys have done since the birth of Alberta with some strong cowboy coffee or tea at the round-up camp.

Travel from Calgary to Hudson (aka High River) by following a winding Heartland highlight tour through the foothills, ending up where it all goes down.

Top Places to Discover in Millarville

Spirit Hills Winery is a true family-run local success story. Beginning in December of 2012, it is owned and operated by Ilse and Hugo Bonjean and their family.

The people behind the tables at the Millarville Farmers’ Market are the real deal. They are the growers, farmers, makers, bakers, and artists of the foothills!

Moose Meadow Inn is a luxury timber-frame B&B located on the Cowboy Trail just 25 minutes SW of Calgary in the Foothills of the Rocky Mountains. The Inn features spacious rooms with large ensuite bath..

Upcoming Events in Millarville

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