Spruce Meadows Golf Course
Spruce Meadows, near Grande Prairie, is a par 71 championship course with forgiving fairways and a creative layout. It provides opportunities for everyone, whether you’re a novice golfer looking for a relaxed, stress-free game, or a seasoned pro really into the swing of things. The course was designed with tree-lined fairways and massive multi-level greens to ensure a challenge and enjoyment for players of all skill-types.
Sexsmith Golf Course
A favorite of golfers in the Peace Country area for over 30 years, Spruce Meadows has been continuously ranked as one of the most enjoyable golfing experiences. The course is landscaped for optimum play offering distinct contrasts, diversity and beauty of the natural terrain with contoured, tree-lined fairways, vast natural areas, and massive, multi-level greens. The accommodating slope of the fairways, the ease of huge grass greens, and of course the hazards offer the challenge to golfers of every level of play. At Par 71, with various tee markers ranging the yardage from 5742 to 6550, Spruce Meadows offers you a choice. Take on the challenge of your skills or sit back, relax, and soak in the quiet seclusion that makes it hard to believe you can be back in Grande Prairie in just 20 minutes.
Our RV campground is equipped with power, water, and sewer utilities. Lots are still available on a first-come, first-served basis. Choose your spacious lot today. Group area also available for the one-nighters and weekend campers.
Our members receive unlimited booking privileges with no restrictions to day of the week or time of day. Spruce Meadows welcomes all experience levels and encourages golfers of all ages. Take lessons and learn a game of a life time.
Our goal is to provide a reasonable rate to members and green-fee players alike, while maintaining a beautiful and friendly course for everyone to enjoy. Add a few rounds of golf with a weekend at our campground to enjoy the full measure of what Spruce Meadows has to offer! The only thing we overlook is the great view of the Saddle Hills.