Fifteen minutes southwest of Fairview, the Peace River intersects rather spectacularly with Highway 2 at the gorgeous Dunvegan crossing. Take a tour of the buildings at Historic Dunvegan and learn about the history of the Beaver (Dunne-Za) people. Spend the day at the Maples Day Use Area or camp overnight at Dunvegan Provincial Park. Relax on the riverside beach, hike the valley hills, or launch your boat for a day on the river. Visit the Dunvegan Market Gardens for U-pick produce, local bison, ice cream, mini golf, and gift shop souvenirs of a trip you’ll remember forever.
Hosted by the Fairview Fine Arts Society, the gallery at the Fine Arts Centre is an ideal place to partake in the creative works of Peace Country artists. From quilts to watercolour paintings to pottery and more, come see how our talented local artists see the world. For more information, visit www.fairviewfinearts.ca.
Stroll through local history at the Fairview Pioneer Museum. The museum includes several historical homes, businesses, and antique farm equipment, and hosts an impressive range of displays and artifacts. Get a glimpse into the daily lives of local pioneers in the early twentieth century at this historical museum located off Highway 723 at the Cummings Lake turnoff. Find more information at (780) 835-8049 or on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/fairviewpioneermuseum.