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Town of Stavely

Stavely — Western Lifestyle


In Stavely, the heartbeat of a growing town resonates with the warmth of its people and the promise of a vibrant future. With rolling prairies to the East and foothills to the West, the opportunity to immerse yourself in the western and outdoor lifestyle is immense.
Situated between Nanton and Claresholm on Highway 2, Stavely bursts into life when the livestock auction kicks off.

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An intricately detailed leather saddle glows in warm sunlight.

Did you Know?

Stavely hosted the world's first indoor rodeo in 1929. It has been an annual event since 1956.

About the Area

Stavely's downtown, anchored by a wooden grain elevator, looks much like it did when the town was incorporated in 1912. False-front facades and weathered advertisements painted on brick walls attest to the authenticity of this last true cow town in Alberta SouthWest.

The large green Stavely grain elevator towers over the town.

Town Gallery

A historic town centre, rodeo culture, warm locals — see the heartbeat of a growing Stavely.

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