Whether you are a current resident or have just moved to our wonderful city, getting to know our amazing neighbourhoods is a must when looking at buying your next home. From where the best schools are located to where you and your family can enjoy a day at the park, my comprehensive neighbourhood guide will give you a headstart on determining what neighbourhood will be the best fit for you.
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COLD LAKE SOUTH
RED FOX ESTATES
Welcome to Red Fox Estates Situated just off the highway upon entering the City of Cold Lake! This community is home to beautiful large homes with the average home sitting on half acre lots. The benifits of country living with city water/sewer all the city amenities right next door!
Brady Heights is one of cold lakes larger, well established neighborhoods. Situated in close proximity to the city’s downtown core and CFB Cold Lake. This neighborhood gives you access to the African Bike trail that will lead you through beautiful trails all the way to Cold Lake north. It is also just minutes to the Crand Centre Golf and Country Club, and a short 10 minute drive to the Kinosoo Ridge ski hill! Brady Heights is known as a family friendly neighborhood offering 4 parks – Hilltop Park, Brady Heights Park, Kinder Park, and Meadowlark Park. There is a wide variety of homes and styles to choose from making this a great neighborhood to shop in.
Westlawn – just a hop skip and a jump from CFB and the downtown core has a mix of older and newer homes. Westlawn offers three parks – Lions Park, Palm Creek Park, Arrowhead park. Westlawn is also neighboring the CFB Palm Springs Golf Course. This diverse neighborhood has something for everyone.
Welcome to The Meadows, established in 2009. This community is central and close to shopping, and the Energy Centre. With a variety of single family homes and styles to choose from – bungalows, bi-levels/modified bi levels, two storys, and many of these homes having walk out basements. Plenty of green space near this neighborhood, walking trails and a brand new park!
TRI CITY ESTATES
This Diverse neighborhood is situated directly behind the Tri City Mall and really has something for everyone! This area includes single family home, duplexes, condominiums and apartments. This subdivision is still growing offering plenty of new construction. There are two parks in the community one of them having a great play structure!
COLD LAKE NORTH
Creekside is a beautiful neighborhood – architecturally controlled and having boulevards with trees. Established in 2009 and ever growing. This community has single family homes in it, and has big plans for future walking trails, green spaces and parks. Situated just off Highway 55 close to the Energy Centre and Tri City Mall.
This new and growing subdivision is an expansion of beautiful Forest Drive and Falcon Road. Comprised of single family homes with a variety of styles to choose from. This community offers one playground surrounded in mature trees at Forest Heights Park. Close to the north arena and just a short drive to the Provincial Park and Campground from this area.
A family friendly established neighborhood just off of 16th avenue. This subdivision hosts single family homes in various styles, 4 level splits, bi levels, and grade level entry homes! Close proximity to the north arena and just a short drive to the Provincial Park and Campground.
This lakeside area offers spectacular lake views. It is close to the main Public Beach, the marina, shopping, restaruants, and hosts various parks greenspace and a walking path.
Family Friendly describes this neighborhood. This is one of Cold Lakes larger most desirable neighborhoods. This area has a wide variety of different styles and ages of homes to choose from. Close to the main public beach, outdoor hockey rink, as well as multiple parks, and the Md Campground.
Welcome to Lakewood Estates! This executive neighborhood has a variety of homes to choose from – bi-levels, modified bi-levels, grade level entrys, and the odd two storey. Situated close to the lake and MD Campground.
HORSESHOE BAY ESTATES
Horseshoe Bay Estates – the feel of country living with the convienience of city services. The average home in this subdivision is sitting on half acre lots and offer a fantastic view of Cold Lake.
4 WING COLD LAKE
CFB Cold Lake, is a Canadian Forces Base located in the City of Cold Lake, Alberta. It is operated as an air force base by the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) and is one of two bases in the country housing the CF-18 Hornet fighter.Its primary RCAF lodger unit is 4 Wing, commonly referred to as 4 Wing Cold Lake.
Today, CFB Cold Lake has the following units stationed at the facility:
- 401 Tactical Fighter Squadron(CF-18 Hornet)
- 409 Tactical Fighter Squadron(CF-18 Hornet)
- 410 Tactical Fighter Operational Training Squadron(CF-18 Hornet)
- 417 Combat Support Squadron(CH-146 Griffon)
- 419 Tactical Fighter Training Squadron(CT-155 Hawk)
- 1 Air Maintenance Squadron
- 42 Radar Squadron
- 10 Field Technical Training Squadron
It also hosts a number of Lodger Units, including the Aerospace Engineering Testing Establishment, 4 Construction Engineering Squadron, 1 Military Police Squadron, Real Property Operations Detachment Cold Lake, and 22 Health Services Centre, JJPAR sports centre which includes swimming, gym, squash courts, skating rinks – indoor and outdoor, splash park, and Art Smith Aviation Academy School.
In addition to its use as a training base, CFB Cold Lake’s fighter/interceptor aircraft defend the western half of Canadian air space and together with aircraft from CFB Bagotville cover Canada’s Arctic territory. They are operationally controlled by NORAD from CFB North Bay and Cheyenne Mountain Operations Centre in Colorado Springs. Cold Lake aircraft forward deploy to airfields throughout western and Arctic Canada as operational requirements dictate.
Cold Lake also hosts NATO flight training operating from 15 Wing Moose Jaw, as well as 5 Wing Goose Bay. MAPLE FLAG is a major international air weapons training competition hosted annually by CFB Cold Lake in May–June, making use of CLAWR. The name is derived from the USAF’s famous Red Flag training exercises at the Nellis Air Force Range in Nevada. NASA and ESA astronauts use Cold Lake for winter survival training.