Innisfree is a friendly, community driven village, nestled in the heart of Kalyna Country. Innisfree is sometimes called "The Hidden Village", as it is tucked away on the side of a ridge, north of the Yellowhead Highway (Highway 16). Located 1 hour 15 minutes east of Edmonton and 1 hour west of Lloydminster, Innisfree is perfect for a day-trip or weekend retreat, a leisurely break while en route on the Yellowhead Highway or a memorable holiday in a distinctive part of the Canadian Prairies.
100 years strong, Innisfree is a community rich with history and pride. Innisfree has a rural district population of 1250, a village population of 220 and economic activity that revolves around the agriculture and oil and gas industries.
Visitors and residents can enjoy cultural and recreational variety and opportunity with the Prairie Bank of Commerce Museum, Curling Rink, natural ice Skating Arena, Public Trout Fishing Pond, Baseball Diamonds, Tennis Courts and up-to-date children's playgrounds.
If you are traveling between May and September, Innisfree also offers a wonderful overnight experience at the Innisfree Birch Lake Campground & Recreation Park located 2 kms south of Highway 16 along Secondary Highway 870 (50520 - Hwy 870) on Birch Lake. An excellent place to unwind, you will see colourful summer sunsets that will complete long days of rest and relaxation.
If you like the beach, then you'll also find nearby Wapasu Lake, a terrific place for leisure and water recreation.
Discover it for yourself. Whether you are planning to enjoy Innisfree for a day or a lifetime we guarantee a warm welcome!