Montrose Cultural Centre (MCC) is a contemporary, 105,000 square foot, eco-friendly facility and serves as the anchor for cultural celebration in downtown Grande Prairie.
Built through grants using the Alberta Heritage Fund in 1986, Muskoseepi Park gave Grande Prairie residents and visitors a maintained green space filled with amenities.
The Ernie Radbourne Pavilion is the central administration building for the park, and also provides meeting and event space, and a cafeteria.
Just outside the building, there is a pond used for winter skating and stocked for children’s fishing in the summer. There is also a playground including a spray deck and a small climbing wall.