Largest indoor shopping centre northwest of Edmonton, home to over 80 merchants.
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.
The Grande Prairie Museum & Heritage Village, are set in the picturesque Muskoseepi Park in Grande Prairie, depicting the history of the region. The Museum is open year-round, its main focus has been the early pioneers, from the early 1900s, who homesteaded Grande Prairie. Since its initial opening, the Museum has now grown to a collection of over 55,000 artifacts under five main themes: Paleontology, Archaeology, Natural History, Human History and Curios and Collections.
Come explore Alberta's newest world-class dinosaur museum just 20 km east of Grande Prairie. Family admission includes 2 adults and up to 4 children.
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.
Friday, July 21st & Saturday, July 22nd @ South Bear Creek Park. Entertainment for everyone including live performances by the Voice Contestant, Casi Joy, Finger Eleven, Buck Cherry, Trooper & the Arkells and more, bouncy castles, midway rides, traditional East Coast food and beer gardens. Day passes and weekend passes available. Early bird prices are in effect until June 16th.
The second annual Bear Creek Folk Music Festival takes place August 18-20 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-calibre lineup, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
We all know that the best parties just happen. In Newfoundland, this usually happens in the kitchen and if too many friends show up, you get moved to outside, hence the Garden.