Beaslys Spring – Canmore, Camrose, Alberta, Canada

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45300-45326 Rang Road 200 AB
Camrose, Alberta, Canada
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Open to the public, this is a highly used spring only a few
miles from Camrose. The flow is from two pipes which are high enough off
the ground to fill larger vessels.

The water is delicious and is tested a couple times a month by the County of Camrose. You can call the County of Camrose at 780-672-4446 if you have any questions.

More info:
www.county.camrose.ab.ca

Open 24/7/365
Public access
Continuous flow

Directions from nearest landmark:
Travel approx. 2km east on Hi-way 13 from Camrose until you see
the road to Tillicum Beach (range road 200) turn right and follow the
pavement south approx 13 km. When you start to see the lake slow down,
there will be metal guard railings on the side of the road, turn right
and then another right and go 50 yards, you will see the spring. The
County maintains the road to the spring in the winter, keeping the snow
plowed.

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  1. Amy says:

    Hi there,

    Just wanted to share a better Map Location with you all!

    45230 Range Road 200, Ohaton, AB T0B 3P0

  2. Heather Marshall says:

    Hi, just wanted to note: there should be no Canmore in the title, simply Camrose. People often confuse the 2 places, but they are about 400 kms apart.

    Thanks!

    Heather

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