Wainwright and Provost regions are located in east central Alberta near the Saskatchewan border. This rural area of Alberta is the site of the former Buffalo National Park, one of Canada's earliest national parks, and Bodo, one of the richest archaeological sites in Western Canada.
As you travel through our region, enjoy our wide open spaces and unending horizons. Keep your eyes open for a bounty of wildlife including deer, moose, coyote and many species of fowl. Provost is home to Pronghorn Antelope, as well as unique flora and fauna. At night, the stars in the immense sky will amaze you, and you may even see the mystifying Northern Lights (aurora borealis).