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Muskoseepi Park, Grande Prairie
(4.6/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The park runs thru the city south to north and has many accesses for residents and visitors alike. There is wildlife to be discovered of both human and animal varieties. Must be mindful of the dog dro...  more »
  • I decided to go on a mini adventure today and to start at the #1 tripadvisor "thing to do" in Grande Prairie! It was 3 degrees and a little chilly but I layered up and brought my camera. Didn't go pas...  more »
  • Take a lovely stroll along Muskoseepi trails. It will take you beside the lazily flowing stream of the creek and through treed area. Allowing you to enjoy the sweet smell of the outdoors. In fall take...  more »
Google
  • This park is near the 214 building which is Alberta Grande Prairie's tallest building and bu far the only building over twice the hight of any other building. This is the main park of city events with an outside theater, campground, musium, kids fishing pond, with water dam. Located behind the new Catholic church also making the walking trails important and reaching all sides of the city over the river access. Keeps vehicles out and going around yet is accessable by 4 or more schools that keep traffic speeds slow but last but not least faster traffic using the near traffic by bypass.
  • A nice place/area to enjoy nature, past, and present. The museum is big enough to have great artifacts and small enough not to bore children. The benches through out offers the noon visitors their lunch break in great surroundings.
  • Now: Love taking my son to the splash park and walking on the trails. But Growing up in Grande Prairie, I have frequented the trails regularly as they connect the city and have a great network of trails and parks. Bike riding from the south side to the downtown pavilion; terry fox run in my elementary days; play dates and family events galore! Now all the Pokemon masters make the park a happening place! ;)
  • Nice bike trails. Cool playgrounds. Not a safe place after dark
  • Love the park, always a great place to take the family. Very well maintained by the city. Lots to do tennis, mini golf, splash pad and lots of trails to walk or ride bike.