Located north of Drumheller, Starland County spans over 2,500 km2 and encompasses some special attractions of its own. History buffs will enjoy seeing the sod house replica built in Morrin to honour area pioneers.
West of Morrin on Highway 27, the Starland Recreation Area is surrounded by badlands and is a popular camping spot from spring through fall.
The community of Delia has its historic side, with the only New Ideal of Branford Gould, Shapely and Company grist mill in western Canada. And right next door is a completely restored 1913 two-room school.
To see a real ghost town with an undying spirit, visit Rowley. Communities in Starland County: Delia, Morrin, Munson.
In additional to highlights like the general store, livery stable and a bank, there's Sam's Saloon, a popular watering hole well known for its Pizza Nights held on the last Saturday of every month.
Morrin Sod House; Yesteryear Artifacts Museum in Rowley; Rowley Pizza Night
This county is made up of the following Communities:
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