As the time is ticking toward 10pm on December 31, the streets around the city’s central park suddenly becomes vibrant and full of life and energy. Crowds are walking in every direction to join the New Years Party in the park. Car are buzzing through the downtown core to find the best parking spot for the highlight of the night—the New Years Eve Fireworks—since quite a few people like to stay inside their cozy vehicles away from the freezing cold temperature outside. The city is beautiful in both day and night. There is no end to photographing the charms it offers. As for me, I decide to head to the city’s landmark that is decorated with Christmas lights and Santa’s sleigh for the season. Surprising, I’m the only one there. Embrace the whole scenery by myself. Take it all in. What a splendid sight. A great firework viewing spot.
Map and Direction
GP New Year’s Fireworks starts at 10pm (not 12 midnight!) on December 31 in Muskoseepi Park over Bear Creek Reservoir. Exact location of Grande Prairie Fireworks Barrage is indicated by Green Arrow on the following map (click EXTERNAL LINK below to view map).