Fun & Adventure For All Seasons!

Services for our Guests

Valleyview offers a full range of services and recreational activities.

Services include but are not limited to hotels and motels, restaurants and coffee shops, gas stations, automotive service stations, grocery stores, liquor stores, banking facilities, municipal library, hardware & sporting goods store and clothing stores.

Recreational facilities include Polar Palace skating arena, many community playgrounds, a trout pond with camping amenities, ball diamonds, outdoor volleyball play area and skate park, and the Municipal District’s Greenview Regional Multiplex. Within the immediate surrounding area it is easy to find excellent camping, fishing, horseback riding, golfing, boating and for the naturalists, an abundance of birds, flowers and wildlife.

Be sure to consult our directory located on this website for more information.

Spring & Summer

June to August are generally warm and sunny months, but be prepared for rainy days and the mosquitoes that tend to accompany wet weather! Long pants and sleeves during the evening will help keep these pesky insects at bay. Daylight hours can last up to 17 hours at the peak of summer, so come prepared with sunglasses and sunscreen!

Our two provincial parks, Williamson and Young’s Point, are a major attraction to the region. Sturgeon Lake and the parks are used in summer and winter for fishing. Perch, walleye and whitefish are plentiful. Well-treed campsites ensure privacy while contributing to the natural experience.

Fall & Winter

The region is a sportsman’s paradise. Hunters from throughout the world come to seek moose, elk, white tail deer, mule deer, and bear. They are all here!

Each fall hundreds of thousands of ducks and geese stop near Valleyview. The Peace River Country is one of the world’s largest staging areas for migratory waterfowl. It is a remarkable event that attracts sportsmen and birdwatchers from all over North America.

Winter recreation includes cross country and downhill skiing and some great snowmobile trails.

Are We There Yet?

How far from Valleyview to:

  • Edmonton, AB: 345 km
  • Waterton Lakes National Park, AB: 864 km
  • Dawson Creek, BC: 245 km
  • Yellowknife, N.W.T.: 1243 km
  • Beaver Creek, YT: 2131 km
  • Fairbanks, ALASKA: 2622 km
  • Haines Junction, ALASKA: 1880 km


  • Population: 1972
  • Elevation: 685 meters (2,246.8ft)
  • Latitude: N55
  • Longitude: 117
  • Climate:
    Average Rainfall: 383.7mm (15.11″)
    Average Snowfall: 169cm (66.3″)
    Average Precipitation: 518.8mm (20.43″)
    Max. Temp High: 34C (93.2F)
    Max. Temp Low: -46.1C (-50.98F)


  • 1st Settlement: Hudson’s Bay Trading Post (late 1800’s)
  • 1st Surveyors about 1900s
  • Originally named Red Willow Creek in 1916
  • Officially named Valleyview in 1929
  • Incorporated as a town on February 5th, 1954
  • Highway 43 officially opened in 1955