Explore Greenview

Greenview offers an array of rivers, lakes, mountain peaks of the majestic Rocky Mountains, and prairie meadows. Untamed wilderness promises an abundance of outdoor activities. Modern, indoor recreation facilities provide sport and recreation activities year-round. With Greenview’s vast potential, tourism can thrive throughout the municipality.

Experience Adventure

Start planning your visit to Greenview, where the landscape is as diverse as the adventure that awaits. Located just a few hours northwest of Edmonton and north of Jasper National Park, Greenview offers an array of rivers, lakes, mountain peaks, and prairie meadows that are waiting to be explored.

Untamed wilderness promises an abundance of outdoor activities that will satisfy the cravings of thrill-seekers and hardcore adventure-seekers. If you’re looking to relax, wide open skies, tranquil lakes, rich forests, and glimpses of wildlife promise to free the spirit and soothe the soul. Come have a look around. Stay awhile. We’ve got something to suit everyone.

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Start your Adventure

Untamed wilderness promises an abundance of outdoor activities that will satisfy the cravings of thrill-seekers and hardcore adventure-seekers. If you’re looking to relax, wide open skies, tranquil lakes, rich forests, and glimpses of wildlife promise to free the spirit and soothe the soul. Come have a look around. Stay awhile.

Embrace the Winter

When the air turns crisp and the snow blankets the landscape, strap on your snowshoes for a more traditional form of transportation or bring out your snowmobile to a vast number of trails. Skiing and snowboarders can enjoy their sport at Nitehawk’s year round adventure park. The park offers a downhill ski facility for skiers and boarders of all levels.

Enjoy Parks

Greenview’s provincial parks and recreation areas each offers unique experiences. From Musreau’s spring-fed lake (popular with boaters, swimmers, and campers), to sailing on Sturgeon Lake, to the breathtaking 30 metre Kakwa Falls (Alberta’s tallest waterfall in the more remote Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park), visitors and locals have a wide selection.