About Bragg Creek
Located in southern Alberta, this little hamlet has a recorded population of 595. Named after Albert Bragg from Collingwood, Nova Scotia and his 14-year-old brother John Thomas who lived in the area in 1984. This community was established between a forestry reserve, the Sarcee Indian reserve and a Provincial Park.
This hamlet has also been featured in films Storm and Killer Image. During the 90's TV shows were aired like North of 60, Dinosapien, and Wild Roses.
Read more about Bragg Creek below.
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Bragg Creek Real Estate & Properties
There are numerous hiking/biking trails, equestrian trails, and picnic/camping areas. Access to summer camps such as OLQP, Easter Seals Camp Horizon, and Kamp Kiwanis. The powderface42, a marathon, and half-marathon take place every year on a marked course with water stations along it.
Bragg Creek At A Glance
- Fat Biking
- Winter Riding
- Winter Fun
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Listing information last updated on December 13th, 2018 at 11:30am MST.