At the crossroads of Highway 3 and Highway 36, is a town that has gained national notoriety for a succulent treat that is only available for a few short weeks each year.
Taber is the Corn Capital of Canada. The town has earned a reputation for producing some of the most incredibly sweet and tender cobs of corn in the world - a renowned a coveted designation. If you want to be sure you're tasting the real deal, the thing to do is make a trip out to Taber during Cornfest, a town festival held each year in August. There's plenty of local colour to take in, corn growers compete for top prize, and everywhere you look there are delicious, buttery golden ears to eat.
Aside from the region's top crop, Taber is a beautiful community rich with amenities. Great camping, fishing, golf, an aquatic centre, and motocross racing are a few of the other reasons to make Taber a stop on your vacation agenda.