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Muskoseepi... Muskoseepi Park

is a Cree word meaning Bear Creek. Muskoseepi Park reveals the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of our region. The park features over 1100 acres of parkland with six distinct areas offering their own special opportunities. Created by the Heritage Trust Fund, Muskoseepi Park opened to the public in 1986 in order to preserve the land and offer a variety of activities for the community members and tourists of Grande Prairie.  For more information on the development of the park, please see our History page.

Discover the opportunities awaiting you...

Walk through the wilderness setting of Bear Creek Valley, explore the past in the Grande Prairie Museum, enjoy a family picnic or just relax in this all-season park.

We Offer:

Summer Activities

  • Fishing in the Pond: The pond at Muskoseepi Park Pavilion is stocked with trout each May. Fishing is free. According to Alberta Fish & Wildlife regulations, anyone under the age of 16 or 65 years and older can fish without a license. You are required to have a fishing license if you are between these ages. Maximum catch is three fish per day – catch and release is encouraged. No live bait please.
  • Hiking Trails: In-line skating, biking and running on the Park trail system. Pick up a map at the Pavilion.
  • Picnic Areas: are available throughout the Park on a first come basis. Firepits are located at the picnic area just south of Centre 2000Fire By-laws apply – check before burning. Please keep gas or propane barbecues in picnic areas.

Winter Activities

  • Skating Pond: Muskoseepi Park Skating Pond is open to the public at no cost. It is a hockey-free rink to ensure a safe environment for all Park users. We do not rent skates.  NO HOCKEY or HOCKEY EQUIPMENT is permitted on the Pond at any time. Winter
  • Snowshoe Rentals: We have children and adult sized snowshoes for rent at Muskoseepi Park Pavilion. They can be used in the Park or taken off-site. $4/pair per day; or $30/group (7+people). Group bookings must be made in advance.  Contact us at the Ernie Radbourne Pavilion to make a booking.
  • Sliding Hills: Swanavon Thrill Hill (88 Avenue/102 Street) and west of the Pavilion at Borstad Hill. Please keep safety in mind!
  • Cross-Country Skiing: Trail maps are available at the Pavilion. Muskoseepi Park does not rent skiing equipment.

Last updated: 9/20/2017 11:52:07 AM