Hines Creek

60 minutes west of Peace River, 90 minutes north of Grande Prairie. 

Hines Creek is a small community with a huge heart. Named for a respected fur buyer, Jack Hines, by the local First Nations, the village does its namesake proud with its friendly, welcoming, and supportive culture.

“First time camping at the Golf Course in the none serviced site and it was very nice got to park beside the creek. The new club house is very beautiful inside and all the staff are every friendly I would come back here in a heartbeat.”

Frank Doll, Facebook Review

It’s also known as “the End of Steel,” because it was historically the most northwestern point that the Canadian National Railway reached. View the world’s largest spike (13 feet high!) at Spike Park. Or enjoy homemade cinnamon buns every Saturday all summer long at the End of Steel Museum Market Garden. There’s also an arena, a fitness centre, and delicious homemade food and live entertainment offered by the historic Hines Creek Hotel. This little community has a whole lot to offer!

The Best Of Hines Creek

Haunted Places in the Peace

With Halloween around the corner, it won’t be long before the streets are filled with adorable spooks and haints on a sugar high that will last for weeks.

Cool Fun in the Winter Sun

Chill out on a winter getaway in the great outdoors of Clear Hills County

5 Must – See Musical Events in the Mighty Peace Region

Does the idea of a weekend of music and dancing give you festival fever? Here are four amazing summer music festivals, and one guitar camp, that you’ll want to be sure not to miss.

Relax Where Nature and Nurture Coexist

Hines Creek is a small community with a big heart. Discover the stunning scenery, friendly locals, and vibrant music scene around Hines Creek.

Directory Listings

IN Hines Creek

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    End of Steel Museum

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    Hines Creek Hotel

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    Peace Valley Snow Riders

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    World’s Largest Railroad Spike