The scarsely populated municipalities in the historical province of Dalsland, with a total of 50,000 inhabitants, have a unified tourism information. Färgelanda with its low population is preferring to boast its nature. There are several opportunities for fishing, and Ellenösjön is a popular lake for pikeperch fishing. The nature revserve in Kroppefjäll offers walking lines and a mountaneuos nature. There are also good possibilities for canoeing and swimming in the many lakes and streams.
Färgelanda also has an old and well preserved ancient history. Rock carvings in Ödeborg are located by Brötegården Museum; furthermore there are some 140 grave fields from the Iron Age scattered in the municipality. Something in between a museum and a folk museum is Ödeborg's Fornsal, with more than 6,000 objects gathered from Dalsland in the last millennia.