Central Alberta acreages provide fresh open air, green grass, and an active, outdoor family lifestyle in a relaxed rural community. Living in Central Alberta’s countryside replaces the traffic and noise with western heritage and the quiet beauty of nature.

Central Alberta acreages provide an excellent environment to raise a family, retire, or live in peace and quiet. Every dewy morning, you can step outside and breathe deeply, basking in the freedom of living in Alberta’s heartland. The scenic landscape provides ample opportunities to test your photography skills, experience an outdoor adventure, or simply enjoy the view. From stargazing to ATVing, your backyard becomes your playground. Your acreage allows you to watch the sunrise, without buildings or traffic nearby to block the view.

Benefits of Living in Rural Central Alberta

For many who live on an acreage in the country, the education systems of rural Central Alberta are preferable to those in “big city” urban communities. Schools have a low student population, increasing the teacher and student interaction: students frequently receive more one-on-one assistance and generate higher grades. Rural communities often have a lower crime rates than large metropolitan centres, and there is a strong sense of community. Neighbours helping neighbours is a common trend. When on vacation, families with larger acreages can count on their friends nearby to look after their land.

Live Close to the Great Outdoors

Outdoor enthusiasts love living in the countryside. The wide range of outdoor activities and sports keeps Urban residents busy year-round. With just a short drive to the nearest Central Alberta recreational lake on a warm summer day, visitors can engage in fishing, boating, ATVing, and swimming. In winter months skiing, snowmobiling, and skating activities are popular.

Acreage Service Area

Lapp Realty provides services to acreage property buyers and sellers in a wide area of Central Alberta, including Red Deer acreage and sections of Lacombe County and Ponoka County. Explore these counties and learn more about them using our service map below.