Village of Paradise Hill
The Village of Paradise Hill, a cozy and picturesque village nestled against beautifully treed and gently rolling hills, is situated a short drive east of the Hamlet of Frenchman Butte office on Highway #3. Located at the entrance to Paradise Hill and welcoming all is a twice life-sized ox and cart monument commemorating the famous Carlton Trail. Within the Village of Paradise Hill one will find Our Lady of Sorrows Roman Catholic Church, home to many original paintings by internationally renowned artist Count Berthold von Imhoff. For more information about the Village of Paradise Hill, visit their website at www.paradisehill.ca.
Town of St. Walburg
The Town of St. Walburg is approximately another 30 kilometres east of Paradise Hill on Hwy #3 and 3 kilometres north on Highway #26. St. Walburg stepped onto the world stage in 2007 and 2008, winning a number of LivCom awards and achieving international recognition as one of the world's most livable and sustainable communities. The Town also boasts a life-sized bronzed statue of Count Berthold von Imhoff, and his homestead and studio, which houses in excess of 200 of his paintings, are located just south of St. Walburg. The studio was declared a Provincial Heritage Site in 2005. For more information about the Town of St. Walburg, visit their website at www.stwalburg.com.