Prince George holidays enjoy the town’s central position and quiet location that makes it ideal for touring through the province, offering some bustling city attractions against the parks of Tweedsmuir North, Kakwa, Bowrton Lake and numerous smaller parks.
Prince George is a regional centre for shopping, the arts, sports and restaurants, making it a great destination in itself for anyone looking for a balance of the northern wilderness and modern comforts.
Things to do in Prince George
Holidays to Prince George offer a blend of modern shopping malls and specialty stores that offer local arts and crafts. The Ancient Forest Trail is an individual eco-system of boreal forests and is an amazing hiking trail deep in the forests. Prince George has a number of city parks including Fort George Park, one of the best known in Prince George and has a host of family attractions throughout the year. Connaught Hill is a landscaped park offering views over the whole town and local area and Blackburn Park is geared-up for picnics and sports with its own sand volleyball court, baseball diamond and tennis courts. Indoor attractions include the Prince George Playhouse, Theatre North West, the Aquatic Centre, numerous bowling alleys and more.
When to go to Prince George
Prince George enjoys summer high temperatures of an average of 22.1°C with winter average lows of -13.6°C in January.
Touring in Prince George
A fabulous tour taking in Prince Rupert is Canadian Sky's Winding Rails and Mountains of the West.
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Ancient Forest Trail
Fort George Park
Fort St. James National Historical Site