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Population from Census 2015 - 68,556
Learn more about how fast Grande Prairie is growing.
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Exciting things are happening downtown Grande Prairie.
Keep up to date with the Downtown Rehabilitation Project here!
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Muskoseepi Park is a must-see in Grande Prairie!
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The Sports Development, Wellness and Culture department operates a variety of City of Grande Prairie facilities. Click on the location name below or in the left navigation menu to find out more information.
Opened in 1971, the Grande Prairie Museum focuses on the people's history of the Grande Prairie region.
The City of Grande Prairie has 17 active Neighbourhood Associations and growing. Get involved in your neighbourhood, together we can make a difference!
Located in Centre 2000, the Heritage Discovery Centre takes visitors through the natural history of the Peace Region.
A historic Heritage Village that features buildings and equipment to provide visitors with a visual representation of what life was like for early settlers. The Village is only accessible through the Grande Prairie Museum during the summer season, May through September (weather permitting).
Muskoseepi Park is composed of many areas and runs through the heart of our City of Grande Prairie. Operations of Muskoseepi Park are run out of the Ernie Radbourne Pavilion.
Our department has a number of rental venues available to suit everything from wedding ceremonies, workshops, cultural celebrations and more. Click here to learn more.
The Reverend Forbes Homestead is Grande Prairie's oldest log structure and the adjoining Pioneer Hospital served as Grande Prairie's first hospital. This provincially recognized historic resource is open during the summer season.
South Bear Creek Park offers a wide variety of recreational activities including sporting facilities such as ball diamonds, beach volleyball courts, and a Par 3 Bear Paw golf course. The park also offers a pavilion and picnic area, walking trails, an off leash dog park, and overnight camping.
The Sports Development Wellness and Culture Department now handles the bookings for The Leisure Centre Soccer Pitch. The Leisure Centre Soccer Pitch can be booked year round.
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