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Muskoseepi Park (Between Hwy 2 Bypass and 100 Ave)

This is one of the nicest walks in or around Grande Prairie.  The views across the Bear Creek Reservoir to various landmark buildings give the park a picturesque quality reminiscent  of great English parks or New York’s Central Park.

Start the walk at the Visitor Centre just off the Hwy 2 Bypass.  Follow the paved trails along the eastern side of the reservoir then cross Bear Creek at the bridge to the Museum and Heritage Village.  Walk between the Heritage Village and the creek until you regain the paved trail.  Follow the trail past the College and through the Rotary Campground to the bridge back to the Visitor  Centre and Sundail.

 

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Pipestone Creek: River of Death, Bed of Bones

Published on July 26, 2012 by in Alberta Walks

Near Wembley Alberta is the Pipestone Creek Park proposed home of the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum (River of Death Discovery Dinosaur Museum).  There are 2 short walks here: one near the day use area and campground and the other up the road to the dinosaur dig.  For more information visit the Pipestone Creek Park website.

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Muskoseepi Park (Between 100 and 86 Ave)

Published on July 25, 2012 by in Alberta Walks

Start this trail at the Muskoseepi Park Pavilion, take the pedestrian underpass under 100th Avenue then turn left and follow the trail to 102nd Street.  Turn right and follow 102nd Street ( the original Carriage Lane, an area of older historical buildings) to the park access near 86th Avenue.  After entering the park turn right and follow the trail back to the beginning.

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