Located in Woodlands County approximately 40 kilometers from Whitecourt, Barrhead or Mayerthorpe on secondary Hwy 658. Using mapping technology, search for Lone Pine, Alberta for best results.
- Fort Assiniboine Museum: The museum is constructed in the classic Hudson’s Bay-style of a trading post and reflects the fur-trading times that helped to establish the area.
- World’s Largest Wagon Wheel & Pick Axe: If you love wacky landmarks, this one’s for you. The grand wagon wheel stands an impressive seven metres in height, while the pick axe reaches just over six metres.
- Fort Assiniboine Sandhills Wildland Provinicial Park: True wilderness in the heart of Northern Alberta. This park offers backcountry camping, hiking, birding, fishing and opportunities for horseback riding.
- Centre of Alberta: The geographic centre of Alberta. A short 3 kilometre hike will take you from the information kiosk at the highway, through this natural area to the cairn marking the Centre of Alberta. This area is currently being updated in partnership with Alberta Sustainable Resources and Woodlands County. The geographic centre of Alberta marks the mid-point between the north and south boundary, and the east and west boundary of the province located at N 540 30.000 W 1150 00.000
- Many Trout Fishing Lakes & Ponds
- Blue Ridge Spray Park and Playground: Beat the heat with the free spray park located in Blue Ridge, featuring 13 splash-ready features.
- Blue Ridge Recreation Area: The Blue Ridge Recreation Area has it all for nature lovers. Hiking, geocaching, swimming or fishing in the stocked trout fishery.
- Blue Ridge Motocross Track: Located in the Blue Ridge Recreation Area, this 2-km track offers an awesome experience for riders.