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    5 Star Golf Club

    5 Star Golf Course is a par 32, 9 hole gem, all on its own, that can be found in the Little Smoky River Region in the northern part of Alberta. It is a unique and inviting golf experience, surrounded by forest, that displays itself before you with it’s beautifully landscaped fairways, read more

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    Nova Inn Manning

    Conveniently located on the Mackenzie Highway, the Nova Inn Manning is a great place to eat, sleep and rest while travelling for business or pleasure. Whether you are traveling to or from the North, are here for hunting season or are enjoying the robust Alberta resources, the Nova Inn has read more

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    Chateau Nova Peace River

    While staying at the Chateau Nova in Peace River, you will have a memorable experience in any one of our well-appointed, brand new rooms. Whether you are staying with us for business or pleasure, our hotel has everything that you will need to make your stay in Peace River comfortable read more

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    Mr Mikes SteakhouseCasual

    Mr Mikes SteakhouseCasual is about feeling like you belong, where everyone feels comfortable in his or her own way. It’s humble and modest and it’s your place – a place where you don’t have to be something you’re not, you can just be yourself. It means tasty and affordable creations read more

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    Fairplex Arena

    Minor hockey, junior hockey, public skating, even an indoor walking path. The Fairview Curling Club (www.fairviewcurling.com) operates in the same location.

  • Fairview Ski Hill

    15 runs serviced by 4 ski lifts, 20,000 feet of groomed runs on 100% natural snow. Lessons for beginners, a terrain park for snowboarders and a rental shop. Located 20 km southwest of Fairview.

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    Fairview Pioneer Museum

    This 10-acre parcel of land features pioneer-era buildings and equipment. Open: May-September Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Located 1km north of Fairview on Highway 732 at the Cummings Lake turn-off.

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    Fairview RCMP Museum

    Built in the late 1920’s, this three-floor building was the first barracks and residence of the town’s RCMP. Open: May-September Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm