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We stopped here while on a tour of the area with Wild West Badlands Tours. A great stop and since we were on the tour we we allowed to go in all the buildings. Very peaceful, quiet, rural, quaint , ghost town 😀 Definitely stop...More
We were in Drumheller and my wife happened to come across a post on Facebook talking about Rowley. We figured we'd stop on our way out of town and we were very glad we did. We got there at about 9:15 and walked around the...More
The day we were there it truly was a ghost town as this is not open every day because it really is not on the beaten track. The nearest paved highway is 5km away but don't let that be a deterrent. It is worth seeing....More
You can just wander around on your own to grain elevators, train station,church, undertakers,etc. You cant go into these buildings but so neat to walk around. No charge although donation box there to help with upkeep. Flush toilets and picnic area provided. About 25 mins....More
A step back in time to when small town community feel was the norm. We drove in on a Sunday morning and noticed how beautifully kept the entire village was. Noticed a lady walking down the street with her lawn mower lol. Not an unkept...More
Went with wife and three kids (9,6,3). They had a blast running around the little town playing at the park and climbing the trees. Most building were locked but a couple were open.
We just saw the sign on the hiway and decided to check...More
I decided to go to Rowley to explore the ghost towns in Alberta and this was my first stop. I went in April and what a great time to go. There was no one there but us and it was quiet, really really quiet. I...More
As an avid photographer, I love visiting Rowley. The town has many old abandoned buildings just begging to be shot. The town also holds a monthly pizza night on the last Saturday of every month that draws folks out from many parts of Alberta. "Sam's...More