6 Hamlets of Greenview
Greenview is made up of six hamlets, proudly servicing the residents of Greenview who enjoy all the range of amenities our vibrant communities offer. All Hamlets have access to health centers and hospitals, as well as various schools, and each include unique amenities that tie the communities together.
In the heart of Greenview sits Grande Cache. With amenities like schools covering JK to Gr 12, a local hospital with 24/7 assistance, and easy access to nearby cities such as Hinton and Grande Prairie, it makes it a Grande place to live.
Grovedale, just north of Grande Cache, is home to local attractions like the Nitehawk year-round adventure park, museums, an arena, a community hall, rodeo grounds, and golf courses. The new Grande Prairie Regional Hospital, second in the region, will also be opening soon. Nearby schools are run under the Peace Wapiti Public School District that supports Grovedale Elementary and the Peace Wapiti High School.
A 5-minute drive from Grovedale is Landry Heights. (Need more accurate info on this)
Debolt, with a population of (###)has all the amenities Greenview residents have come to expect such as an active fire station, access to health centres, the Grande Prairie Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, a range of hotels for explorers, and various locations to enjoy time with friends and family perfecting swings at the golf course, batting at the Ball-diamonds, enjoying a good read at the public library, or learning more about the history of Greenview at the local museum.
Approximately 57 kilometres east of Grande Prairie sits Ridgevalley, where students study at the Ridgevalley School that covers K to 12. Senior residents enjoy the various restaurants, bed and breakfasts, and the local arena.
Further south sits the hamlet of Little Smoky with a population of (###). The Northern Gateway School Division oversees Oscar Adolphson Primary School, Harry Gray Elementary, Hillside Jr/Sr High School, Twilight Colony School, and Valleyview Ranch Colony School that provide education to over (###) students in the area from K to 12.