Although Prince George has many beautiful parks, its destination parks showcase the natural beauty available within the city. These parks are special in their own ways, each with its own unique features. Visit a destination park today!
- Fort George Park
Fort George Park is the perfect place to spend the day with the family.
- Forests for the World
Forests for the World is located minutes from downtown and has over 15km of trails that are perfect for hiking, biking, andcross country skiing.
- Cottonwood Island Nature Park
Cottonwood Island Nature Park is situated along the Nechako River.
- Rainbow Park
Rainbow Park showcases many of the City's popular floral displays and is the home of the Rotary Disc Golf Course.
- Connaught Hill
Connaught Hill Park will give you an impressive panoramic view of the city.
- Moore's Meadow Park
Moore's Meadow Park will provide a unique opportunity to walk through a large glacial kettle.
- Cranbrook Hill Greenway
The citizens of Prince George, BC decided to create a greenway for the community. After many years of organizing and planning, they succeeded with the creation of the Cranbrook Hill Greenway. It protects and preserves a natural corridor that provides opportunities for recreation. This corridor contains 25 kilometres of multi-use trail for runners, walkers, cyclists, skiers and horseback riders.
Visit the Greenway's website: www.cranbrookhillgreenway.bc.ca