Prince George Vacations & Travel Packages!
The largest city in northern British Columbia, Prince Columbia is situated at the confluence of the Nechako and Fraser Rivers. Prince George is the supply and service hub for one of the fastest-growing regions in Canada. The city plays an important role in the economy and culture of the province. Variety is the spice of the life in Prince George. In the city, tourists can find an instant access to scenic wilderness and outdoor activities including fishing, hiking, camping, and golf. One can also learn about city's history through visiting the museums or heritage sites.
Places of Interest in Prince George
Fort George Canyon Provincial Park
A provincial park located south of Prince George, Fort George Canyon Provincial Park is spread in an extensive area of around 440 acres. The park includes part of the Fraser River. Visitors can enjoy hunting, fishing, and skiing in the park.
Eskers Provincial Park
A day-use park located around 40 kilometers northwest of Prince George. The park includes around 3,979 hectares of gently rolling topography and a number of lakes. Eskers Provincial Park conserves a portion of 40 kilometers long Stuart River Eskers Complex, for which the park is named. Visitors can enjoy nature study, walking, hiking, fishing, canoeing, and wildlife viewing.
Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum
Opened in 1986, Prince George Railway and Forestry Museum is located in the heart of Prince George. The collection in the museum includes more than sixty pieces of rolling stock, nine historical buildings, and a number of smaller artifacts on an 8-acre site. A 1906 steam locomotive is the major attraction of the museum.