Welcome to Kitscoty!

Initial settlement of the Kitscoty district began in 1905, with incorporation as a Village following in 1911.  The Village is named after an ancient cromlech or burial chamber (3 large stones in a tripod arrangement) known as Kits’Coty House in Kent, England.

Located at the junction of the Trans Canada Highway 16 and Secondary Highway 897, Kitscoty is situated midway between Edmonton and Saskatoon.  Highway 897 provides a paved route to Cold Lake and the Lakeland region.

Kitscoty is located in a prime agricultural area which has much heavy oil activity, both of which provide employment opportunities for the residents.

Kitscoty offers outstanding recreational opportunities including the Kitscoty & District Regional Park, with 19 powered sites and RV sewage dump (operated May to October).  The 9 hole golf course offers a convenient and relaxed round of golf, where you can try your hand at putting on sand greens!  The two shale ball diamonds often feature minor ball games or tournaments.  There are walking trails and parks to enjoy!  In the winter, our Arena and Curling Rink bustle with league and tournament activity.

Visitors to Kitscoty will enjoy a variety of commercial services including a fully modern hotel, family restaurants, groceries, gas, antiques, beauty salon, post office, banking agency, insurance, ATM, and more!

“Fun for the Family in your own HOME TOWN”