The Forbes Homestead was officially registered as a Provincial Heritage Site in 1976 and it is one of the oldest log buildings still standing in Grande Prairie. Containing the original log hospital building built in 1911 and the Forbes’s Residence add on built in 1912. During July and August, it is open 7 days a week. There is free admission to the Forbes site, however, donations are gratefully accepted to help maintain the site. An onsite Heritage Interpreter that will give all visitors a guided tour of the site, or people can walk through at their own pace.
Spring Hill has been run by volunteers for over 20 years. We welcome downhill skiers and boarders and have a great beginner hill. For the cross-country skier we offer over 10 km of groomed trails. There are also plenty of other activities offered to the non-skier such as: ice fishing, snowshoeing and snow mobile trails. We have a small rental shop, offer ski lessons, chalet & concession. Open seasonally Saturday/Sundays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Nitehawk Recreation Area is a great place to spend your free time this winter skiing snowboarding tubing and even luging. Enjoy the fresh air and learn life long skills! We have diverse terrain suitable for beginners & experts and are proud of our fun safe and family friendly venue.
Take advantage of this fantastic offer. Lock in special savings just by booking early and purchasing your stay in advance. Reservation requires full prepayment for the entire stay at the time of booking, and is 100% non-refundable. Includes free WIFI, a hot breakfast buffet, airport transportation and parking.
Welcome to Grande Prairie ~ proud host of the upcoming 2018 Alberta Summer Games from July 19th-22nd. In support of the Games, Pomeroy is proud to sponsor the event with a donation of $10 per room night booked.
Lock in special savings just by booking early and purchasing your stay in advance. Includes free high speed WiFi, a hot hearty breakfast buffet and parking. Join us in the Prairie Cafe or Trumps Lounge and receive a 10% discount off menu food items.
Join us for the Bear Creek Folk Music Festival, held at the Borstad Hill in Muskoseepi Park, in the heart of Grande Prairie. This festival features over 30 provincial, national, and international touring artists in a wide range of genres, including country, Celtic, blues, gospel, Americana, bluegrass, world music, contemporary and traditional folk, rock and many things in between. With its diverse and high-calibre lineup, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
The third annual Bear Creek Folk Music Festival takes place August 17-19 on Borstad Hill in Muskoseepi Park, in the heart of Grande Prairie. The festival features 4 stages with over 30 provincial, national, and international touring artists performing from a wide range of genres, including country, Celtic, blues, gospel, Americana, bluegrass, world music, contemporary and traditional folk, rock and many things in between. With its diverse and high-caliber lineup, there is something for everyone to enjoy.Some of thegreatacts coming this year- Michael Franti and Spearhead, City and Color, Colin James, Emerson Drive, and Childrens entertainment- Sharon And Bram, just to name a few. This is a family-friendly event, with children under 12 entering free, and youth and senior discounts available. The vibe is relaxed and all about enjoying world-class music. Sit and listen for a bit then move to the next stage, or find some shade and spend the day in one place soaking up the tunes. Our kids area offers free face-painting and arts & crafts. Enjoy craft beer, ciders, and wines in our beer gardens. Artisan vendors, diverse food options, and a stocked merchandise tent round out the fest’s offerings.