Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park (Fort George Park), Prince George

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Spend some time at Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park (Fort George Park), a vibrant public green space with something for people of all ages. The park's floral gardens and picnic benches offer an ideal opportunity for some downtime alone or with the family. Those looking to stay active can make use of the tennis and volleyball courts here, as well as the water park within the facility. A children's playground as well as a mini train will keep younger visitors engaged. Check the park's schedule of events, as the bandshell here hosts a number of events throughout the year. Put Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park (Fort George Park) on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Prince George travel route site .
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  • This park has a little of everything with beautiful mature trees, flower beds, sand volleyball pit, kids plash-water park, historical area, paths and more. This is often the location for special event...  more »
  • Our daughter had told us of FGP in the past and as we had a free afternoon and two grandsons we went to the water spray park. What a hoot, the boys had fun and we had fun watching, when they tired of ...  more »
  • A large park with play water park for the kids and picnic tables for families. Both sunny and shaded areas to suit all visitors. The train ride is a nice addition and the Exploration Place Museum is o...  more »
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  • Peaceful and beautiful setting. Love the trees and trails and that it is part of a larger trail network. Very historical and sacred place with the graveyard​ of the first nation children. I am always amazed that more people do not use the park. If it was Europe it would be absolutely packed. There is something for every age group.
  • One of the beauties of living in Prince George, is that there is so much green space in the city. This park was formerly known as Fort George Park, but it rightfully has been changed back to reflect it's rightful owners, the Dakelh people of Lheidli T'enneh. This is a great park! You can walk around the park and see wonderful views of the Fraser River, trees everywhere and plenty of green. There is a great water park here for kids of all ages, and a great playground. Great park!
  • One of my favourite places to go for a walk. I really love the wide pathways that accommodate multiple people. They have lots to offer for kids, including a splash park, playground, and the Little Prince Train.
  • Big park, lots of trails, pet area, playground, Miniature train with historical info, small science museum. Wheelchair accessible. Restrooms. Paved paths, picnic tables and of mature trees for summer shade. Great for everyone.
  • Nice park with walking path along the outskirts and throughout. For children there is a large area with swings, jungle gyms and benches for the parents. There's a water playground during the summer as well to cool down at. Exploration Place and the Little Prince mini train round out the activities to be found here.

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