Discover Sylvan magazine now available

Bigger and better, the current edition of Discover Sylvan Lake was distributed to stores and tourist information centres

This year's edition of Discover Sylvan Lake

Bigger and better, the current edition of Discover Sylvan Lake was distributed to stores and tourist information centres in town and around the province last week.

The 80 page edition is full of interesting and informative photos and stories about things to do and places to visit in and around Sylvan Lake. It also features the most up-to-date map of Sylvan Lake’s streets and green spaces available anywhere.

Check the events listing to find out about the many activities planned over the next year.

There’s information on accommodations, campgrounds and golfing, sports and recreation, festivals and events, shopping and restaurants, services and real estate.

This year’s edition also highlights Sylvan Lake’s Centennial with several stories and photos about the past.

If you don’t need a printed copy of the book, it’s also available on the Sylvan Lake News website, just click on the eeditions heading in the top right hand side of the home page.

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