A The lots are all approximately one acre in size.
Q Is the boat launch open to the public?
A No, the boat launch and dock are private to the Silver Springs subdivision.
Q What kind of fish is the pond stocked with?
A The pond is stocked with rainbow trout.
Q Does the Silver Springs subdivision have any nature trails?
A There are approximately 3 km of walking trails that wind through the subdivision.
Q What are the Covenants?
A The Covenants are a set of rules for the Silver Springs vacation properties subdivision that have been put in place to protect your property value and to ensure owners can relax and enjoy the privacy and peace of their individual lots. The Covenants can be viewed on this website. The Covenants do not require that lot owners build a house on their land.
Q Where is Silver Springs located?
A Silver Springs is located in Wetaskiwin County, Alberta, adjacent to Calhoun Bay Provincial Recreation Area with waterfront properties overlooking Buck Lake. It sits on the edge of the Rocky Mountain Foothills, about an hour and a half south west of Edmonton, three hours north west of Calgary or 75 km north of Rocky Mountain House.
Q Is there any place nearby where I can buy groceries and gas?
A The Town of Buck Lake is about 10 km away from Silver Springs lakefront properties and has everything you might need, including grocery store, gas station, and post office. Buck Lake also has a community centre with a rodeo grounds, golf courses, ball diamonds, farmers' market, provincial campgrounds and plenty of community activities all year long.
Q Is there any kind of lot owners association at Silver Springs?
A When you buy a lot, you become a member of the Silver Springs Lot Owners Association. It's similar to a condo association but much less expensive.
Q Are the lots serviced? If so, how will the utilities affect my lot?
A Power, gas and telephone lines are installed underground in a 5 metre easement along the property line of all lots.