Only 110 km SE of Calgary and 120 km NE of Lethbridge, Lake McGregor is a clean, clear 29 kilometer-long warm water lake fed by the Bow River at its northern end. This uncrowded lake is ideal for paddle boarding, swimming, fishing, cruising, wind surfing, water skiing and wake boarding in the summer & ice fishing, skating and snowmobiling in the winter. A relatively unknown gem, this lake is considered to be the most underdeveloped water body in the Province.
And when you consider there is a southern Alberta population of 1.5 million people within 90 minutes to draw from it is only a matter of time till Lake McGregor becomes Alberta's new hotspot.
There is ample opportunity to develop these properties to meet the needs of both the RV enthusiasts (seasonal) or the country cottage (year round) families. And having a getaway so close to home makes it more accessible and affordable.
A provincial campground and boat launch is situated on the NW side of the lake.
Realestate owners at McGregor Point will have access to a Wave Armour Dock system.
Milo is a clean, close-knit farming community easily accessed via Highway 542 from the West and Highway 1 via Highway 842 from the North. A progressive community known for it's innovative spirit and supportive atmosphere, the proud and friendly Village of Milo has something for everyone.
You'll be amazed at the amenities offered by such a small, unique Village. You won't find a better small-town grocery store and library anywhere in the province! Add to that we just opened a beautiful new restaurant serving Western, Chinese and Pizza. Other services include an ATB, hotel/pub, K-9 school and volunteer Fire & First Responder departments. Also completed in 2019 is a new 1/4 million dollar playground.
The Village and surrounding area prides itself on the many active service clubs and groups that help keep our small community active and engaged. The Milo Lions Club, Curling Club, Ag Society, Recreation Board and others work hard to ensure there are events for all ages throughout the year.
View south from lots 1-5