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. To visit Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park (Fort George Park) on your holiday in Prince George, and find out what else Prince George has to offer, use our Prince George holiday planner.
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  • Awesome park for adults and kids ther is a small wood burning train here thats a great attraction for any age  more »
  • The park is beautiful and very well maintained. Quiet and relaxing and very serene. Lots of parking available  more »
  • nice lace by the fraser river , wonderful museum to visit ( Exploration Place ) lot's of summer events  more »
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  • 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!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Great walking paths. Small gauge train ride. Water park. Nice paths along the Fraser. Good playground for kids. Exploration Place Museum.
  • love the park and walk area happy there is water park and i really do hate that it is not peat friendly we walk the dog then lock him up in little car and then play at park