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Activities - Aquatics

 


Prince George has two pools, The Prince George Aquatic Centre, and the Four Seasons Leisure Pool.
Lots of information on facilities, programs and special events is available below.

 

 

Prince George Aquatic Centre
1770 George Paul Lane.
250-561-7787
Four Seasons Leisure Pool
700 Dominion Street
250-561-7636

Aquatic Fitness

  • Water Workz
  • Deep and Shallow
  • Range of Motion
  • Aqua Power
  • Cardio Pump
  • Aqualite

Length Swimming

  • Long Course 50m

Leisure Enjoyment

  • Wave pool
  • Lazy river channel
  • Spectator area
  • Diving boards and towers
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Hot tub
  • Steam room and dry sauna

Aquatic Programs

  • Swimming lessons
  • Advanced aquatic training

Fitness Studio

  • Treadmills, bikes, stair climbers, and ellipticals
  • Free weights and dumbbells
  • Apex machines

Aquatic Fitness

  • Deep Water
  • Shallow Water
  • Range of Motion

Length Swimming

  • Short Course 25m

Leisure Enjoyment

  • Leisure and tot pool
  • Water slide
  • Spray fountain
  • Diving boards
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Hot tub
  • Dry sauna

Aquatic Programs

  • Swimming lessons
  • Advanced aquatic training

Fitness Room

  • Treadmill, bikes
  • Dumb-bells
  • Universal machines

 

 

Activities - Destination Parks

 

Although Prince George has many beautiful parks, its destination parks showcase the natural beauty available within the city. These parks are special in their own ways, each with its own unique features. Visit a destination park today!
Fort George Park is the perfect place to spend the day with the family. The new Rotary Playground and Spray Park will be a sure hit with the entire family. Ride the train, visit the Fraser Fort George Regional Museum, or check out one of the many cultural events at the bandshell occurring through out the summer months. A detailed map of the park is available in PDF format.

 

Fort George Park

is the perfect place to spend the day with the family.

Location: 17th Avenue & Taylor Drive

Forests for the World

is located minutes from downtown and has over 15km of trails that are perfect for hiking, biking, andcross country skiing.

Cottonwood Island Nature Park

is situated along the Nechako River.

Rainbow Park

showcases many of the City's popular floral displays

Connaught Hill Park

will give you an impressive panoramic view of the city.

Moore's Meadow Park

will provide a unique opportunity to walk through a large glacial kettle.

Cranbrook Hill Greenway

The citizens of Prince George, BC decided to create a greenway for the community. After many years of organizing and planning, they succeeded with the creation of the Cranbrook Hill Greenway. It protects and preserves a natural corridor that provides opportunities for recreation. This corridor contains 25 kilometres of multi-use trail for runners, walkers, cyclists, skiers and horseback riders.

Visit their website for more information.

 

 

Activities - Pine Valley Golf Course

Pine Valley Golf Course is a Par 3 - 18 Hole golf course located on Highway 16 West next to Costco.

Pine Valley also offers a fully stocked pro shop, two tiered driving range, licensed concession, outdoor BBQ area, tournaments and many services ranging from golf lessons and clinics to full catering.

Check out their website for fees, rentals, hours, and other general information.