Bragg Creek is a small hamlet located 30 kilometers west of Calgary where the Elbow River meets Bragg Creek. It is nestled between the Bragg Creek Provincial Park, a very popular camping and outdoors destination, and Tsuu T’ina Nation No. 145 Reserve.
Bragg Creek is home to many species of wildlife & birds, and attracts artists from all over who wish to capture the sheer beauty and serenity of this natural habitat.
There are many quaint little shops and some great restaurants in Bragg Creek, where you can pick up some really unique treasures and chow down on some great food.
Just down the road a bit, you can enjoy the world famous Elbow Falls.
Bragg Creek was named after Albert & John Bragg of Collingwood Nova Scotia who homestead here in 1894.
Bragg Creek has been used a setting for the television series “North of 60” and Wild Roses in 1990. Several movies were also produced here, such as Storm (‘87), Killer Image (‘92) and Betrayed (‘88).
To the Northeast of Bragg Creek is the Redwood Meadows Subdivision and 18 hole Golf Course. Amenities in the popular community include a developed athletic field, baseball diamond, tennis courts, playgrounds, basketball court, outdoor skating rink, disc golf course, as well as a community hall – Redwood House.
There are many beautiful executive homes in the Bragg Creek area, which are situated on large lots. The area is desirable to the rich & famous since it offers such beauty and majesty not found elsewhere, and is relatively easy to access.
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