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Now more than ever is the time to get out and explore the great outdoors. The birds are singing, the skies are clear and the flowers are in full bloom. It’s time to head outside and safely enjoy all that summer has to offer. If you’re looking for a spectacular outdoor space to check out, there is no better place than Muskoseepi Park.
Muskoseepi offers more than 1,100 acres of park space and is broken into six specific areas. Celebrating the inherent beauty of Grande Prairie, Muskoseepi gets its distinctive name from a Cree word for Bear Creek. The park was established to protect the land and keep it as a destination for both locals and visitors.
The six areas of the park are Bear Creek Reservoir, Muskoseepi Park, Bear Creek Corridor, Trail System, South Bear Creek, and Crystal Lake. Each region of the park provides its own special set of offerings. There’s something in this park for everyone; you just need to seek out the area that best suits your interests.
Whether you like to hike, fish, bike or walk, the park offers something for everyone. The pond is fully stocked every May and the fishing here is free. For those under 16 or over 65 years of age can fish here without a licence. Bocce and lawn bowling enthusiasts can take in the fully fenced outdoor facility. An 18 hole disc golf course is another sporty option. Picnic goers also have ample opportunity to find an idyllic spot at Muskoseepi.
If you’re planning a trip to the area and are in need of a hotel in Grande Prairie, be sure to check out the Stanford Inn & Suites Grand Prairie. With exceptional customer service and hospitality, spacious rooms, and the best breakfast in town and much more, you’ll want to extend your stay. You can also take comfort in knowing we put our guests' health and safety first, adhering to the safety guidelines set out by Alberta Health Services. We look forward to welcoming you soon!