Know Before You Go
The Makerie is a hands-on maker space in downtown Prince George where you can flex your creative muscles with friends over an outstanding artisan brew. Craftenders will be on hand to assemble all the materials, provide instruction and give a helping hand!
Originally constructed in 1958, Black Diamond has been offering exciting and affordable entertainment for over half a century. Their centrally located facility includes 21 billiard tables, darts, a ProShop and 18 lanes of 5-pin bowling (including cosmic) over three floors.
OVERhang is an indoor climbing gym that offers outdoor recreation and survival training. Whether it's water safety courses, avalanche awareness courses or outdoor rock climbing adventures.
Downtown is home to hundreds of local businesses and features unique shops, boutiques, speciality stores, two farmers' markets and a thriving restaurant scene.
Solve riddles, find clues and accomplish tasks in a multi-room escape game at Exit Prince George. Room themes rotate frequently, and range in difficulty. Located in downtown Prince George.
Home to two professionally curated gallery spaces, Two Rivers Gallery offers a wide range of classes , tours and creative activities both for locals and visitors.
Kick your feet up and binge your favourite videogames, or try some new ones. With quality equipment, gamers will love burning a few hours in a relaxed and chill atmosphere.
With a rich curling history dating back to 1920, the PGCC is Prince George's premium curling facility with 8 sheets of ready-to-go ice. Travellers can partake in a drop-in friendly league or look into ice rentals.
See the planets, the moon, comets, galaxies and globar cluster up close at the Prince George Astronomical Observatory.
A fully licensed centre, The Strike Zone features 16 ten-pin bowling lanes with cosmic bowling hours, and a recently added 18-hole glow-in-the-dark mini golf course.
The keeper of Prince George's history, visitors can explore the many hands-on exhibits and learn about the region's rich history, culture and local wildlife - including a live sturgeon.
A mix of swimming lanes, dive boards and a large leisure pool, the Aquatic Centre is equipped for both fitness and fun. Featuring a wave pool, with 3-foot tall waves, overhead sprayers, bubbles, lazy river channel, fitness centre and more.
The next big thing in indoor fitness and entertainment, Prince George's only parkour gym is setup for drop-in gym passes and classes for ages 8+.
A six screen cinema, Famous Players offers a selction of movies for all ages, and comes equipped with a concession and gaming area.
The museum recognizes forestry and rail, two major industries that played a crucial role in shaping Prince George. Climb aboard the many trains, explore the classic buildings and take a step back in time. Kids will love riding on the mini-rail around the train yard and tunnel through a real beehive burner.
The largest shopping centre in Northern BC, Pine Centre is centrally located off Highway 97 and includes a wide variety of stores that are both chain and local.
Once dusk hits, pull the car up to the 3200 square foot sceen and take in an outdoor cinema from Friday-Sunday. The Drive-In operates in the summer months, from April to September and is located just 20 minutes north of downtown. Come early, and try the mini-golf course and go-kart track.
Raceway Go Karts features a paved 1200' track with an overpass/underpass, banked corners, continuous guardrails and modern indy-style karts.
Located in Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park, this water park provides an easy kid-friendly activity that has interactive components to control the flow, and direction of the water. Picnic tables and a newly built pavillion overlook the waterpark.
For Game Changerz, anything is possible! Plug-in and expereince the magic of top of the line virtual reality in their state of the art entertainment centre located in central Prince George.
Take a swing at the 9-hole disc golf course located in beautiful Rainbow Park. Featuring a variety of short and long holes in a beautiful park setting, players will enjoy the elevation changes and long drives.
Built in 1912, The Little Prince runs the railway track at the Fort George Railway Station beside The Exploration Place. Operating for almost 40 years, the train is a classic family past time in the summer months.
A combination of dodgeball and archery - players are given a bow and set to task taking down the opposing team in cooperative and competitive games like capture the flag, last man standing and more. By appointment.
Parkwood Mall sits on the edge of downtown and is home to name a number of brand stores, a movie theatre, outdoor supply store and Canada's iconic Hudson's Bay Company.
Make some noise in the CN Centre for the Prince George Cougars as they go head-to-head with other teams in the league. Watch out for fan-favourite mascot Rowdy Cat, or try for a ride on the Fanboni.
Cheer on the Prince George Kodiaks at Masich Place Stadium. From the first snap to the final count down on the clock, the Kodiaks are to show that the North brings the noise.
The University Of Northern British Columbia's varsity teams include both men's and women's basketball and soccer. Make some noise for the Twolves as they dribble up the court at the Northern Sports Centre or run their way across Masich Place Stadium.
The Prince George Spruce Kings are a Junior "A" hockey team. True and Blue since '72, come out and cheer on the former Fred Page and Doyle Cup Champions.
Treasure Cove Casino and Bingo is situated at the intersection of Highway 97 and 16 and is in close proximity to many amenities.