Grande Prairie Real Estate

  • 457 homes for sale in Grande Prairie, AB.

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Home Prices in Grande Prairie

The asking price of homes for sale in Grande Prairie has decreased -6.88% since December last year, while the number of homes for sale has increased 7.01%. See more Grande Prairie Home Prices & Values.

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337 Houses
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29 Townhouses
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29 Condos

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Grande Prairie City Guide

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Grande Prairie was once the seventh largest city in Alberta with a population of 63,166 in 2016, as well as one of the fastest growing cities between the 2001-2006. Nicknamed “Swan City”, Grande Prairie adopted this nickname due to its symbol, the trumpeter swan. This resulted because of the proximity of the city to the migration route and summer nesting grounds of the trumpeter swan. But, in recent years, another symbol by which Grande Prairie is recognized has emerged, and that is the dinosaur. Many paleontological discoveries were made in the northwestern area of the city, which is why they began unofficially adopting the dinosaur symbol. 

The name itself originates because of the large prairie surrounding the outskirts of the city.  The growth and development of the city itself can be attributed to these prairies. During the 18th and early 19th century, the prairies attracted traders and farmers from all around. To make everything more accessible for these traders, a railway was built and new houses arose.  By 1912, Grande Prairie had a bank, a hotel, a post office, and a land office. In 1916, it became the terminus of the Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia Railway and because it became such an important part of Alberta, it was established as a city in 1919. 

Today, Grande Prairie still remains a mainly agricultural city, with oil and gas, agriculture, forestry, and food services as the prime economic drivers. These industries also make up the largest percentage of the employment force.

People that are looking for a home in Grande Prairie can expect fairly cold weather. Similar to the rest of Alberta, Grande Prairie has a northern continental climate, with very cold winters and chilly summers with winds throughout the whole year and occasional thunderstorms. However, the seasons are not as cold as they are in some areas of southern Alberta. 


Grande Prairie is home to residents from different groups throughout the globe. The number one spoken language is English (around 90% of the population) and around 70% of the citizens identify themselves as Christians. There are several minority groups living in Grand Prairie, including Filipinos, French, Polish and other smaller minorities. 

Before buying a house in Grande Prairie, a good first step would be to look at the city’s demographics. Data is collected and compiled by Census Canada. You will get a better idea of how the city is, as well as its residents before you decide if Grande Prairie is the right city for you and your family. 

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Elementary Schools

6.8 St. Gerard
6.4 Kateri Mission
6.3 I.V. Macklin
6.1 Derek Taylor
5.8 Holy Cross

Secondary Schools

5.2 St. Joseph
4.1 Peace Wapiti Academy
4.0 Grande Prairie



Local Scoop

Grande Prairie has quite a lively musical and artistic scene, with many festivals and concerts being held during summer. There is also a film festival happening in early May every year, with 5 days of the best films being broadcast and awards given. 

If you would rather spend your days in the outdoors, there are many parks on every side of the city. One of those is Muskoseepi Park that extends throughout the whole length of Bear Creek. There is a great bike trail throughout the park and almost the whole length of it is beside the creek. If you’re in the area, you can stop by for a swim at Ernie Radbourne Pavilion, a nearby outdoor swimming pool during the summer, and an ice rink in the winter. 

Heading to the northeastern part of the city, you will come across Crystal Lake, where there are preserved wetlands where many birds nest. You can stop by here for some birdwatching, or walking and biking tours around the lake. On the east side of town, there is Evergreen Park, home to the annual Grande Prairie Stampede event. Here, you can sit down for a meal at the restaurant, or visit the many events like agricultural shows, rodeos, horse racing, chuckwagon races sportsman and RV shows.

As a winter land, snow sports are practiced regularly here, especially downhill skiing and cross-country skiing. In fact, Grande Prairie’s Nitehawk is the only North American natural luge track certified for international events. During wintertime, you can head down to Wapiti Nordic Ski Club south of the city and enjoy more than 22 miles (35 km) of classical and skate skiing tracks, as well as 2.8 miles (4.5km) of nightly lit tracks. These tracks are also suitable for hiking, running and mountain biking during summer and most of them are dog-friendly, so you can take your pet for a walk outdoors. 

One of the largest facilities in Grande Prairie is the Eastlink Centre, a 450,000 sq ft (42,000 m2) health and fitness centre that is home to two indoor pools, a splash park, a lazy river, waterslides, and a surf simulator. Additionally, the centre includes a weight room, squash and racquetball courts, holds fitness classes, a daycare service, a multi-use basketball court, a summer outdoor 5,000 sq. ft. concrete skateboard park, and has other amenities to offer to its visitors.

Four school districts operate schools within Grande Prairie, with 18 public schools throughout the city. Besides the high schools with alternative curriculums, Grande Prairie has 5 other high schools: Grande Prairie Composite High School, St. Joseph's Catholic High School, Ecole Nouvelle Frontiere, Charles Spencer High School and Peace Wapiti Academy. Post-secondary education is provided by Grande Prairie Regional College.

To move around the city, locals mostly rely on a car, but there is also a public transit system, and a rail service connecting a few neighbouring cities to Grande Prairie. There is also an intercity bus line.

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