Day use area, kitchen shelter, non-potable water privies, firewood, playground. The Old Bezanson Townsite is what remains of the dream of A.M. Bezanson. In the early 1900s, he started building a city here in anticipation of the rail link. When the line passed through Grande Prairie instead, the Old Bezanson Townsite building footprints is all that remained of his legacy. Open to the public from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily; summer only. Group overnight camping by reservation only.
The Heritage Discovery Centre (HDC), located on the lower level of Centre 2000, is an exciting interpretive museum that portrays the history of the Peace Country from the Ice Age until Present Day. Visitors can stroll interactive displays, survivor games, and aboriginal displays and culture descriptions. We also feature an onsite dynamic art gallery, the Kin Gallery, which regularly features alternating exhibits from local artists in and around the Peace Region area!
The McNaught Homestead is dedicated to one of Alberta's most famous artists, Euphemia McNaught. Original buildings are being restored and a new boardwalk overlooking the lake has been built. Annual events include a spring gala and late-July festival.
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Hunt Mania Gun & Sportsman Show is to buy, sell or trade anything to do with outdoor and hunting supplies.
The annual Northern Spirit light show is set for Nov. 24 to Dec. 31 at Evergreen Park, just outside of Grande Prairie. This is a light show that is added to each year. Spectacular light displays that you can drive through or ride through on the wagons pulled by mighty Draft horses. Warm up by the fire, have hot chocolate and fresh baked cookies, or put your skates on and shred the ice on the outdoor rink.