Northern Sunrise County invites you to come experience the natural beauty of the Peace region. Visitors will enjoy the rich culture and variety of natural amenities that Northern Sunrise County has to offer. Young or old, Northern Sunrise County has sights, sounds, and activities for you to discover. Whether you are staying for just one night or for an extended period, the area has activities taking place year round that are sure to have you coming back for more!
Places To Stay
Cecil Thompson Park
Community Park and Campground, the bouncy pillow at Cecil Thompson Park has fast become a landmark in our community. In addition to the bouncy pillow the park features; challenging outdoor exercise equipment, a wonderful fishing pond, a beautiful gazebo and a walking bridge. A perfect location to spend the day or spend the night at one of the 5 unserviced lots, available first come first serve at no charge.
Phone: (780) 322-3831
Mill Brown Memorial Park
6 paved stalls, power hookups, water supply, playground, tennis court, ball diamonds, hiking trails to Heart River, RV Dump.
Located in Nampa.
Phone: (780) 322-3852
Recreation & Leisure
Twelve Foot Davis Gravesite
A breathtaking lookout over the Town of Peace River in honor of Henry Fuller Davis, a trader on the Peace River who literally struck gold on a 12 foot claim in the 1860s. The park features include pathways, landscaping, interpretive panels, picnic benches and parking.
Located south of the Town of Peace River on Hwy 744 at the top of Judah Hill, overlooking the confluence of the Heart, Peace and Smoky Rivers.
Peace Valley Snow Riders Snowmobile Club
The Wesley Creek Trail is a recently developed 30 km trail in the County. The staging area to access the trail is on Township Road 842. The Leddy Lake Trail and the Smith Mills Trail have also been developed by the Club and are located in the region.
Nampa & District Museum
The Nampa and District Museum features an Oil & Gas visual interactive display, an old school room, taxidermy collection, a historic boardwalk featuring the 4 different industries of that era, a gift shop and fossil collection.
St. Isidore Museum and Cultural Centre
The St. Isidore Museum showcases the artefacts of the founders of St. Isidore as well as the history of the youngest FrenchCanadian community in Western Canada. The St.Isidore Cultural Centre is home to the weavers a group of ladies that produce beautiful traditional woven goods. The Cultural Centre is the site of the Carnaval de St.Isidore a family friendly winter event which showcases Francophone art, food and activities.