My family moved to Okotoks in 1988 when I was 8 years old. They decided to move for a slower pace, small town feel, safety, and close-knit community. I have lived in Okotoks now for 29 years and nothing has changes in that regard.
The business community is very collaborate and works together to make Okotoks a special place to live.
It has art galleries, a performing arts centre and a museum. The town has great restaurants, unique shopping, recreation and cultural experiences for everyone.
The biking/walking paths run along the beautiful Sheep River Valley and the Big Rock, which was featured in the 2007 Guinness Book of World Records as being the largest glacial erratic in the world, and is only 9 km outside of town.
Okotoks is surrounded by magnificent Rocky Mountain views and rolling hills.
Where I come from has so much to do with why I love being a Canadian.
Stephanie M – INLIV