There are spectacular nature trails that wind around the Inn


Local Area Information 

The Village At Pigeon Lake

Golf: There are 5 area golf courses to choose from:

  • Black Bull:  27 Holes.  A challenging picturesque 18-hole championship golf course, and recently added executive 9, highlighted by mature trees, water, and undulating terrain - Pro shop - Golf equipment - Rentals - Power carts - Licensed lounge - Dining area with home cooked meals - Separate tournament house - Practice putting green
  • Willow Greens: 18-holes of challenging golf in scenic country atmosphere overlooking Pigeon Lake – Power carts – Pull carts – Rentals – Fully licensed – Catering – Snack bar – RV Park. -Gift Certificates
  • Dorchester Golf Course:  A picturesque 18- Hole Golf course with large RV development surrounding it. On site Clubhouse - Bar - Private Room for Groups - Club and Cart Rentals Open mid April to mid October 
  •  Pigeon Lake Golf Club: Located just 20 minutes NE of “The Village at Pigeon Lake” in Mulhurst Bay 18 Holes Golf Course with 5,795 Yards – Lessons – Clubhouse – Pro Shop – Rentals – Carts – Families Welcome. 

Mini Golf

Blackstone Adventure Park

Mini golf like you haven’t experienced before – 18 Championship holes of terraced putting greens set in the rocks and skillfully designed to challenge all levels of golfers – from novices to seasoned players. A great experience for kids from 3 to 93 – fun and laughter guaranteed.


Discover a quaint shop just minutes from the Village Creek Country Inn. Backstreet Antiques is an antique lovers dream store.

About PigeonLake

Originally known as Woodpecker Lake, Pigeon Lake is currently one of the most popular recreation lakes in Alberta. It is one of the largest fresh water lakes in the province. Its proximity to Edmonton and Red Deer make it one of the busiest lakes in the summer time. Its shores have been the site of habitation since the time of the early migrations of North American peoples. Its name is derived from the time that large flocks of passenger pigeons roamed the area in the mid-1800s. Ma-Me-O means 'white pigeon' in Cree. The lake has provided a habitat for numerous fish species. Historically it has supported a commercial fishery and related fish packing, a sport fishery, and a food fishery for first nations and Métis communities.

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Beautiful Pigeon Lake


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