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Built through grants using the Alberta Heritage Fund in 1986, Muskoseepi Park gave Grande Prairie residents and visitors a maintained green space filled with amenities.
The Muskoseepi Park Pavilion is the central administration building for the park, and also provides meeting and event space, and a cafeteria.
Just outside the building, there is a pond used for winter skating and stocked for children's fishing in the summer. There is also a playground including a spray deck and a small climbing wall.
The pavilion has direct access to the Muskoseepi Park trail system, and nearby areas for lawn bowling, horseshoes, a skateboard park, the Bear Creek Swimming Pool and the GP Museum. For more information about Muskoseepi Park, please see the park's about page.
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