Look Who We Found in Prince George, BC

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Traveling with an RV is one of the best ways of exploring new places that you might not normally get to. It offers the freedom of the open road and the comfort of home. Recently, my partner and I had the opportunity to visit friends in Prince George, BC. It was our first time in the area and we were excited to explore.

As soon as we arrived, we noticed the beautiful blue skies. Our friends, Chris and Dyah, told us that the weather in this area is much better than the coast. While it may not have the same stunning landscapes as the coast, Prince George has a charm of its own. We quickly learned that there are many things to see and do in this area.

We also had the opportunity to cook with Dyah. She taught us how to make two Indonesian recipes, a beef one called Sambal goreng kentang and a chicken one called Opor ayam. It was delicious and wonderful to be able to learn something new. We enjoyed the food while the boys played chess.

On the way home we visited Chubb Lake Recreation Site, where we met up with more friends for breakfast. It was a great spot with some free RV parking. Maybe a place to come back to on another trip?

Another stop we made was at the Williams Lake Visitor Center, which is a new and modern center with a gift shop and ice cream. It was a nice place to stretch our legs and take a break.

Unfortunately, we also saw the aftermath of the wildfires that ravaged the area last year. It was sad to see the damage caused by the fires, but it was also a reminder of the resilience and strength of the community.

Overall, our trip to Prince George was excellent. We had a great time exploring the area and spending time with our friends. It was an easy and comfortable trip with our RV, and we would definitely recommend it to other travelers.


Traveling with an RV is one of the most enjoyable and cost-effective ways to explore the country. There's something about being on the road with your family or friends, stopping at different pit stops, and taking in the scenery. And, if you're planning to visit Prince George, BC, with your RV, then you're in for a treat.

Prince George is the largest city in northern British Columbia, located at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako rivers. It's a popular destination for RV enthusiasts, and for a good reason. With its incredible scenery, outdoor activities, and friendly locals, Prince George is a must-visit for anyone traveling through BC in an RV. In this article, we'll cover everything you need to know about traveling with an RV to Prince George, including where to go, what to do, and where to stay.

Getting to Prince George:

Before you start your journey, the first thing you need to know is how to get to Prince George. There are several routes you can take, depending on your starting point. If you're coming from Vancouver or the Lower Mainland, you can take the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) and follow it eastward until you reach Kamloops. From there, take the Yellowhead Highway (Highway 5) to Prince George. Alternatively, you can take Highway 97 from Kamloops to Prince George.

If you're coming from the north, take the Alaska Highway (Highway 97) and follow it south until you reach Prince George. If you're coming from the east, take Highway 16 from Edmonton to Prince George. Regardless of the route you take, driving an RV to Prince George is an adventure in itself, with stunning views of mountains, forests, and rivers.

Where to Stay in Prince George:

Prince George offers a variety of RV parks and campgrounds for visitors to choose from. We chose to stay at MamaYeh RV Park. This RV park can accommodate really big rigs, has full hookups, and is a part of the Passport America network that saves us 50% off at member campgrounds. MamaYeh RV Park is just a 20 minute drive out of Prince George.

Things to Do in Prince George:

Prince George is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, with plenty of hiking, fishing, canoeing, and camping opportunities. Here are some things to do while in Prince George, and there are more ideas in this post as well:

1. Visit the Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park: Located in the heart of the city, this park is one of the most popular family attractions in Prince George. It boasts a playground, a water park, and plenty of green space.

2. Explore Cottonwood Island Nature Park: Situated on the banks of Nechako River, this park offers a tranquil setting, with trails for walking, cycling, and birdwatching. If you look carefully, you will see that some of the trees have bark carvings on them.

3. Go fishing: Prince George is home to several lakes and rivers, offering plenty of fishing opportunities. You can catch different species such as rainbow trout, chinook salmon, and lingcod.

4. Take a scenic drive: Prince George is surrounded by stunning scenery, with mountains, forests, and rivers to explore. Take a scenic drive on the surrounding highways, and you'll discover hidden gems along the way.

5. Visit the Exploration Place Museum and Science Centre: This museum is a great place for families to learn about the history and culture of Prince George and its surrounding areas. It features interactive exhibits, a planetarium, and a gift shop.


Traveling with an RV to Prince George, BC, is an adventure worth embarking on. From the stunning scenery to the endless outdoor activities, there's something for everyone in this beautiful city. When planning your trip, consider staying at one of the many RV parks and campgrounds available, and make sure to visit some of the must-see attractions while you're there. We hope this article has given you some inspiration for your next RV trip to Prince George, BC. Happy travels!

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