Outdoor Living in Prince George
Eighty-nine per cent of Prince George residents live within 400 metres of a park or open green space. The City of Prince George is continuously working to create even more public green spaces, improve existing parks and trails, and increase access to the Fraser and Nechako Rivers.
The city is also home numerous sports fields, ball courts and diamonds, and specialty venues like a BMX dirt track (located within Carrie Jane Gray Park) and skate parks.
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Parks, Trails, and Sports Fields
CITY PARKS AND TRAILS
Prince George features more than 120 parks and green spaces located throughout the city. Visit nature parks, playgrounds, and trails, including many that are pet-friendly with waste stations and on and off-leash areas.
Book an Event in a Park
Most of the City's parks may be booked for special events and can host major gatherings like weddings or tournaments.
CITY SPORTS FIELDS
Drop in on close to 100 sports fields and ball courts and diamonds found across the city, some of which are available for tournament bookings.
Or visit Carrie Jane Gray Park, Prince George's multi-purpose athletic space that's also home to a number of sports fields - including a BMX track - and Masich Place Stadium, the city's premier sporting facility.
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