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.
Start this section of the Muskoseepi Park trail from the parking area beside the Grande Prairie Model Racers by the off leash dog park. Proceed across the pedestrian bridge which carries the sanitary sewer line and turn right to pass under the 68th Avenue vehicular bridge. Follow the paved trail to the spur which leads up to 86th Avenue. Turn right on 86th, right on 100th Street and follow 100th Street past the Safeways and Starbucks to the trail opposite 75th Avenue. Turn right back into the park and follow the paved trail back across Bear Creek rejoin the main trail and return to the beginning. For more information visit the City of Grande Prairie website.
The majority of the trail south of 68th Avenue is unpaved and forested and mainly used by mountain bikers. Head south from the Wee Links Golf Course parking area following the paved trail past the ball diamonds. About 10 minutes after starting turn right on to a gravel path by a metal bear proof garbage container. After crossing the first bridge take the path straight ahead up the hill. Thereafter generally keep to the right at most intersections in order to proceed around the trail clockwise. There are too many trail intersections to give detailed directions but usually the main trail is fairly obvious. After half an hour keep straight ahead at the sewer treatment plant. After about an hour and 20 minutes you will come to the final bridge over Bear Creek. Cross the bridge and follow the paved trail back to the beginning. For more information visit the City of Grande Prairie website.
This walk is made up of waterfront and park trails and residential roads with viewpoint accesses to the lake. Start at the main pavilion off 94th Street then make your way around the lake on residential roads staying as close to the lake as possible without walking through someone’s backyard.