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The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic provides an exciting opportunity to stay in Alberta and explore the local sights. There are many outdoor activities happening to help you make the most your summer staycation, check them out below:
If you’re looking to get away for the weekend, consider checking out the local golf courses in and around Grande Prairie. There are three golf courses in Grande Prairie and six courses within 20 miles, so you always have options.
Chinook Valley Golf Course is the oldest in the area, having opened in 1960. Grande Prairie Golf and Country Club is one of the top-rated, and a favourite for many in the Alberta and B.C. area. Whether you and your clubs are going to, be sure to check out each course’s site and plan ahead to follow COVID-19 protocols.
After a day of golfing - or if golf isn’t your sport - pack your car and head over to Grande Sunset Theatre at Evergreen Park for a drive-in movie! Bring friends, snacks, and enjoy movies on the big (40-foot-wide) screen. On July 31, catch Wayne’s World and on August 1, catch War of the Worlds. Whether you’re in the mood for a comedy or science fiction, you can buy tickets in advance online.
For Stonebridge Hotel, as hospitality professionals, we always take the cleanliness of our properties to heart and are prepared with detailed protocols in order to increase the sanitation of common areas in times like these.
We are a family-owned business that values honesty, industry and family. We treat our guests as an extension of that family and always strive to provide you with a safe and healthy environment. You can read our full COVID-19 commitment here or reach out directly to Stonebridge Hotel so we can help answer any questions you have.
For whatever reason you find yourself in Grande Prairie, Stonebridge Hotel is dedicated to ensuring a safe and comfortable stay.