Cabin on the Coulee  - Farm, Log Cabin and Coulee Tour
Eric N
Eric N
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Cabin on the Coulee - Farm​,​ Log Cabin and Coulee Tour

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About this farm

We are a relatively small 50 mother cow operation that finishes our beef and regularly delivers it in the Alberta Highway 2 corridor. We also rent out our two story log cabin that overlooks 200 acres of East-Central Alberta coulee land. The experience includes: - A farmyard tour that includes a walk on our well maintained trail in the back 40. - A 2 km drive out to the cabin and the coulees where you will get a tour of a cabin and a chance to freely hike and explore in the coulees. - On the hike​,​ you can collect and bring home a few rocks if you wish​,​ but just take home pictures of the native flowers and the plants. - The tour ends with an included Cabin on the Coulee beef barbecued burger or smoky and a pop or water to drink. More than one burger or smoky can be purchased at an extra cost. - Kids 12 and under are free if accompanied by their parent​/​guardian and will receive a free smoky and pop​/​water to have with the adults. This adventure gives you a chance to check out our cabin in person​,​ meet some of our animals and sample our beef before committing to stay at the cabin or have our beef delivered. It also gives you a chance to enjoy the great outdoors and the country life. See our website for our online beef store and more information about renting the cabin on Airbnb - Facebook -


  • Bees, Honey & Meadery
  • Conservation & Ecosystems
  • Country Stays
  • Craft Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries
  • Crops & Machinery
  • Culinary Event
  • Dairy & Cheese
  • Food Sampling & Sales
  • Gardens & Plants
  • Livestock & Animals
  • Markets & Farm Store
  • Poultry & Egg Production
  • Special Activities & History
  • Tour
  • Vegetables & Fruits
  • Flowers & Trees
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Farm rules

1. Starting time is 2 PM at the farm sit and it will end between 4 and 4:30 PM with a barbecue at the cabin. 2. There is lots of room for parking at the farm and at the cabin. A truck or SUV is recommended over a car but not mandatory because the trail to the cabin is a bit rough and it can be muddy if it rains. 3. The tour may have to be re-scheduled if the weather is too rainy or windy. 4. The cabin is pet friendly for guests but for tours we might not be able to accommodate pets if there is more than one family with a pet on the tour. Phone ahead for permission on pets. 5. Ella might bark at you when you first come to the farm but she will be leashed as first when the tour starts until she realizes that we are OK with and familiar with everyone on the tour. 6. Do not yell at or run after our cows, calves, or bulls. They are normally very quiet but can get spooked by a large group of unfamiliar people. 7. Do not attempt to pet a calf, cow or bull unless your tour guide says it is OK to do so. 8. Practice social distancing between your family and other families on the tour. 9. On the hike in the coulees, you can pick up and take home a few smaller rocks for souvenirs but pictures only for plants and flowers. 10. Rubber boots are recommended.


130A04 TWP RD 371A, County of Paintearth

Reviews (1)

  • CN

    If you are looking to know where your food comes from this is a great place to go. They are as friendly as they are knowledgeable. Highly recommended for all ages.

    Chris NMay 2021

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Eric N

Hello, I'm Eric N.

I grew up on a mixed farm (grain and beef cattle) in East-Central Alberta. In 1988 I graduated with a BSc. In Agriculture, animal science major, being especially…

I grew up on a mixed farm (grain and beef cattle) in East-Central Alberta. In 1988 I graduated with a BSc. In Agriculture, animal science major, being especially…

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