• @outdoorsinsider glad you enjoyed it! #mtbbc #cityofPG #takeonpg
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  • Stoked to take @Miss604, @SeattleTallPopp, & @outdoorsinsider to @northlightswine on #WineWednesday! #takeonpg https://t.co/qcMUqSqq0m

Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park

Home of the Rotary playground and waterpark, this is one of the most well-known parks in Prince George. Picnic sites, floral gardens, tennis courts, ball diamonds, a bandshell, mini train, the Exploration Place museum, and sand volleyball can all be found in this park, where many major events also take place in the summer. This park was formerly known as Fort George Park, but was renamed in 2015 to recongnize the traditional home of the local First Nations.

Please see the Parks Map for location details.


Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park
17th Ave
Prince George,
Fort George Park Bandshell