Kid with baseball bat

An incredible year-round recreation facility. Ice, turf, track, weights, food, camps, diamonds, fields, retail…..all this and more. Find the recreation opportunity you've been looking for.

Crosslink County Sportsplex
7407 108 St Clairmont
780 830 7407

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The Crosslink County Sportsplex is owned by the County of Grande Prairie and operated by Nustadia Recreation Inc.

County Sportsplex Pond

The Pond is located east of the playground at the Crosslink County Sportsplex, 7407 108 St in Clairmont.

The new landscaping project “International Paper & Arbor Day Foundation Grove” is a 2,900 square foot Orchard containing edible Apples, Cherries, Saskatoons and Haskap Berries as well, two Shoreline Planting beds along 300 feet of the southwestern shoreline.

Photo Gallery: 2023 Arbor Day will appear here on the public site.

The County of Grande Prairie No. 1 is a proud partner of the Arbor Day Foundation and funding for this project was made possible through the Arbor Day Foundation and International Paper.


Dock at sportsplex pond


  • License not required for those under 16 years of age. Adults may assist without obtaining a license, provided the youth is the one primarily fishing.
  • License not required for those over 65 years of age
  • Catch and release only
  • Open during daylight hours
  • No ice fishing
  • Stocked with 2,000 rainbow trout and 50 tiger trout from Alberta Conservation Association on May 8, 2024
  • We follow the Alberta Sportfishing Regulations 
  • Do not release aquarium water, plants or dead or live animals into the pond
Sportsplex Field Map
County Sportsplex Field Map

Important Information

The pond is part of a stormwater management system. Water levels can change suddenly without notice. Avoid using the pond during and immediately after rainfall.

Conservation sites are available for recreational access at your own risk. By accessing these properties, you agree that ACA and the County of Grande Prairie are not liable for any injury or damage incurred.

For more information call Recreation and Culture at 780-532-9727.