Ross Creek (F4-20)

Site Details

This 1,097-acre site is approximately 15 km E of Medicine Hat along the Trans-Canada Highway. There is a small subdivision in the NW corner of NW 09 that is not part of this site. This site conserves native prairie and enhances habitat for game species, such as pronghorn antelope, sharp-tailed grouse and ring-necked pheasant, and for species at risk, such as Sprague’s pipit and northern leopard frog. Over 600 acres consist of native grass communities, and nearly 300 acres comprises a mix of riparian vegetation along Ross Creek, tame grasses and ephemeral wetlands.


Day use only. No open fires. Foot access only.


Alberta Conservation Association, Alberta Fish & Game Association, Government of Canada – Habitat Stewardship Program for Species at Risk, La Terra Ventures Inc., Medicine Hat Fish & Game, Multiple Species at Risk, Pheasants Forever Canada – Calgary and Chinook Chapters

Quarter Sections

NW/NE/SW/SE-08-012-03-W4M, NW/SW-09-012-03-W4M, NE-09-012-03-W4M

Wildlife Management Units


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Do not target practice or sight in firearms on conservation sites. For the safety and enjoyment of all users and neighbouring residences, conduct these activities at a gun range. Baiting to attract wildlife for any purpose is prohibited unless with the expressed written permission by ACA or its partners.