Discover a Life Well Lived

The perfect backdrop for all of life’s milestones, D’ARCY is a multi-generational, master planned community at the doorstep of the Rockies. Residents young and old can enjoy enriching experiences right outside their back door.

The neighbourhood offers all the big things like schools, golf, shopping, dining, playgrounds, a skating rink, and a network of connected pathways. It also embraces the smaller details. The curve of D’ARCY’s streets reflects the view line to the mountains. The plentiful open spaces were designed to connect local residents and neighbouring communities. School sites are centrally located with safe routes to walk, and the location of retail is convenient for commuters and accessible for all.

An Abundance of Small Town Charm

Shop, stroll, and eat on Elizabeth Street in Okotoks and discover artisan shops, locally-owned restaurants, independent retailers, and all of the other gems you’d expect to find in a picturesque small town.

Outdoor Adventure Awaits

Life in Okotoks doesn’t stop at the town’s limits. Saddle up and make the pilgrimage along Cowboy Trail from Black Diamond to the Crowsnest Pass, exploring the art galleries and award winning cuisine along the way at Longview Steakhouse. Or for an adventure you can fit into an afternoon, enjoy a picnic at the iconic Big Rock.

Baseball & Hockey Fan Favourites

In summer, the town is united in its fandom for the Okotoks Dawgs, and it’s not hard to understand why when you find yourself enjoying the summer sun and the crack of the bat from the D’ARCY Dawg House patio at Seaman Stadium. In winter, it’s the Okotoks Oilers and the green and gold at Pason Centennial Arena that the town goes wild for.

A Recreational Haven

The name D’Arcy is synonymous with golf in Okotoks. The public 18-hole D’Arcy Ranch Golf Club has welcomed visitors for over 25 years and is situated in the river valley with grandiose views of the Rocky Mountains. If golf is not your game, grab your tackle box and head to the Sheep River for world-class fly fishing. Or pack a picnic and take the family for a bike ride on Okotoks’ 85 kilometres of paths and trails.


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