Bruderheim's many amenities include:
- Two full service gas stations
- Grocery store
- Liquor stores
- Pub / Lounges
- Post Office
- Authentic German meat shop
- And much more!
Open from spring thaw to freeze-up, Bruderheim's campground offers 22 serviced sites (16 with power, water and sewer, and 6 with water and power).
Fully Serviced Sites
Sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations are not accepted.
For more information on availability, please call 780-796-3731.
Bruderheim will now be utilizing the Ag Grounds for RV parking for the Bannister (Enbridge) Pipeline project. The stalls will be marked with “A1 – 20” to start. The lots will be serviced by generator power and on-site water and sewer services once a week. Please call the Town Office at 780-796-3731 for more information.
Built in 1906, the Bruderheim Hotel is a valuable historic landmark for the Town of Bruderheim, and still offers accommodation today. Monthly, weekly, and daily rates are available for the eight recently updated and self-contained rooms. Location: 4804 - 49th (Queen) Street. Contact: 780-796-3545.
The quaint Rail Motel offers four rooms that are available year-round, each equipped with queen bed, cable TV, fridge, microwave, slow-cooker, electric frying pan and patio with BBQ. Daily and weekly rates available for a competitive price. Location: 4703 - 48th Street. Contact: 780-796-2439.
Opened December of 2016, this innovative hotel offers kitchenettes, excercize room, continental breakfast and more. Location: 4820 - 48th Avenue. Contact: staystudio6.com or call 780-575-0030 for reservations.
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