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Kleskun Hill Park

Grande Prairie
This park within the County of Grande Prairie is located about 20 minutes to the east of the city, off Highway 43 near Bezanson. There are three things of note here: a park, a museum and the Kleskun Hill Natural Area.
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The park has limited facilities. There are fire pits, picnic tables, a playground and some campground units. There is drinking water available, and visitors are welcome to hike within the closer countryside (no vehicle access is allowed).

The Kleskun Hill Natural Area is fenced in to protect a large area of native grassland, one of the last of its kind in the Peace Country. Kleskun Hill was the site of geological dinosaur find in the 1940s. The park is an historical site, where one of the last battles of the Beaver Indians took place. The museum contains several restored historical buildings and artifacts; a small fee is required to tour the museum.


Contact Information

Kleskun Hill Natural Area 55.26, -118.50 Grande Prairie Alberta
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