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In Alberta’s boreal forest-shrouded Peace Region, Valleyview’s a summertime vacation hub for recreation and exploring the great outdoors. Whether you prefer to fish, swim, or hike, there are trails, lakes, and woodlands surrounding Valleyview waiting for your adventures. And once you’ve had enough of the fresh air, the town’s hotels and restaurants will welcome you through their doors. If you’re around in winter, you can grab your skis and hit the cross-country trails or jump on a snowmobile to head into the wilderness.

Things to see

It may not be the biggest of Alberta’s northern lakes, but sparkly Sturgeon Lake offers up buckets of outdoorsy fun. If you fancy your chances at catching some walleye, northern perch or pike, take a boat out from the jetty at Williamson Provincial Park, just an 18-minute drive from town. Or you can spend your days frolicking around in the water at the shingle beach, and your evenings picnicking and camping under the stars. On the northern shores of the lake, larger Young’s Point Provincial Park’s a 40-minute drive from Valleyview. Watersports lovers find thrills in this park, and you can join them water skiing, windsurfing, kayaking and canoeing on the glistening rippled lake surface. There’s a beach here too, and if you fancy a hike, 20 kilometers of trails crisscross the park. In winter these become covered in powder snow and are ripe for skiing around the lake’s frozen shores.

Hotels in Valleyview

There’s just a handful of hotels and inns in compact Valleyview. If you’re on a budget, choose from the town’s motor inns and motels, where you’ll find functional rooms at discount rates. In summer they can get busy, so always try and book in advance or arrive early in the day to get last minute rooms. You don’t need to worry about missing out on amenities, as most have internet connection, on-site hot or continental breakfast, and a hot tub. For something more homely, Valleyview’s hotel offers up larger rooms and has extra facilities like meeting and conference rooms, a fitness center, and a swimming pool.

Where to stay

Valleyview’s small enough that you’re never a long drive from restaurants and stores no matter where you stay. Hwy 43 skirts town to the south and Hwy 49 heads north through town on its way to the Northwest Territories. You’ll find most cheap hotels and motels located on or near these 2 thoroughfares. As they’re major highways there’s generally constant road noise, so make sure to check reviews and rooms before settling, as some light sleepers may struggle with rooms overlooking the highways. If you really struggle with noise, head further in to town away from the main roads.

How to get to Valleyview

Edmonton International Airport’s the nearest major transit hub, with flights to and from most major Canadian and US cities, as well as some Central American – mostly Mexican – destinations, London, Reykjavik, and Amsterdam. Edmonton also has major rail and bus connections. It’s around a 3.5 hour drive to Valleyview from Edmonton and it’s possible to rent a car in town or from the airport. Grande Prairie’s a large town just over an hour’s drive from Valleyview to the west. To get around Valleyview itself, your best options are to drive or walk.