Cardston is a community of 3600 residents that was founded in 1887 by Charles Ora Card who led a group of mormon pioneers from Utah in one of the century's last wagon migrations. Cardston is home to many thriving businesses as well as a beautiful 18 hole golf course, an outdoor swimming pool with water slides, several baseball diamonds and parks. We are also home to the Carriage house theatre that runs movies all year round and in the summer months features live theatre productions. We are only 55 km away from Waterton Lakes National park giving us prime views of the Rocky mountains with Chief Mountain being the most prominent.

Meals on Wheels

The meals are cooked at the Chinook Lodge and delivered Monday - Friday between 12-1 pm. This is a volunteer run service. The current cost for meals in $8/meal. For more information or to sign up for Meals on Wheels contact Sheila at 403-653-3453

Cardston Handi-bus association 403-635-1025

They makes it possible for you to get around town for business and pleasure.

The 2019 fees are as follows:

  • Life time membership fee $50 (tax deductible)

  • Yearly membership fee $15

  • Yearly pass $350 ($300 tax deductible) 5 days/wk - 10 one ways trips/week

  • book of member tickets available $50 up to 24 one ways rides

ONE-WAY FARES -$2.50 for members ($5 round trip) $5 for non-members ($10 round trip)

Town of Cardston

Cardston on Wikipedia

Remington Carriage Museum

Carriage House Theatre

Cardston Library

Cardston Tourism

Cardston Alberta Temple

Lee Creek Valley Golf Course