From unforgettable experiences in the city to the untapped grandeur of the wilderness, the Grande Prairie region has it all. With easy access to everything you need, the possibilities for locals and travellers are endless – ready to inspire brand-new, incredible stories and a sense of pure wonder for everyone. Welcome to a whole new way of life…untapped, unfiltered and unforgettable.
Whether you call it home or you’re here to visit, our corner of Alberta is full of wintertime fun. From the adrenaline rush of the day’s first run down a ski hill to the incredible natural beauty that lies in every direction, you can find it all – and so much more – right here in the Grande Prairie region.
Stompede is Grande Prairie’s biggest rodeo! From rodeo to arts and culture, the Stompede has something for everyone. Bring the family to enjoy the delights of the midway and experience our western heritage.
The Teepee Creek Stampede Association owns 80 acres in Teepee Creek where we house our community grounds. Here we have our rodeo arena and bucking chutes, covered grandstand, chuckwagon race track, corrals and handling system, The Teepee Creek Community Hall, and The Teepee Creek Skating Arena.
We are delighted to bring to Grande Prairie a world of jugglers, acrobats, musicians, installation artists, facepainters, and many other assorted entertainers from around the world.
The Grande Prairie International Street Performers Festival Association works in tandem with the Edmonton International Street Performers Festival to bring acts to our city each year.
Grande Prairie BuckWild PBR brings this world class event to Revolution Place indoors annually. Professional Bull Riding (PBR) is edge-of-the-seat action that resembles a country rock concert with special effects and pyrotechnics.
Keep an eye out for Tourism Trekker at our events and attractions throughout 2022, and special thanks to Minhas Group, Revolution Auto Group, and National Car & Truck Rental for sponsoring the Jeep!
The Grande Prairie Regional Tourism Association acknowledges the homeland of the many diverse First Nations and Métis people whose ancestors have walked this land since time immemorial. We are grateful to work, live and learn on the traditional territory of Treaty 8.