Prince George RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Prince George, British Columbia

From exciting recreation to fabulous festivals, Prince George has something for every RVer. The camping potential is amazing, and you will find yourself enthralled with the wildlife and scenery all around you. Scroll down on our Prince George landing page for extensive information on tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV dealers, campsites and more.

Two Rivers Gallery has the appearance of steep sand banks that climb up to a higher bank.
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Two Rivers Gallery makes for one dynamic outing in Prince George, B.C.

Carolyn Holmes, executive director at Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, B.C., highlights the imaginative, interactive art

The Alberta Aviation Museum in Edmonton, Alberta, is full of Canadian aircraft.
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5 things to do along Highway 16

The Yellowhead Highway spans four provinces and includes over a dozen places worthy of exploration

This iconic Prince George figure greets people at the junction of Highways 16 and 97.
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Is Prince George of B.C. greater than Prince George of Cambridge?

Come to Prince George to witness the 1,000-year-old cedars, 100-year-old homestead and eight-day music festival

The Whistle Stop Gallery features art from over 90 local artists. Photo courtesy of Golden Raven.
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Top 5 attractions in Northern B.C.

You can't go wrong if you include these highlights in your Northern B.C. holiday.

A view of Lake Koocanusa on a serene morning.
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The Gillard family guide to trouble-free RVing

This family of four shares a few practical pointers they learned the hard way when they upgraded from a tent to a fifth wheel.

by Kimberly Shellborn
Two children playing on a dinosaur display at the Exploration Place in Prince George, B.C.
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Experience the history of north-central BC at two Prince George museums

Visit Prince George this summer to experience local First Nations culture, enjoy 100 years of local railway and forestry history or go back to paleolithic times

by Trina Ayling
Borno Farms market garden near Vanderhoof, B.C.

Edible abundance in Vanderhoof

Farmers around Vanderhoof, B.C., share their products at the weekly summertime farmers markets in the town.

Cranbrook Hill is a beautiful, picturesque landscape of rolling meadows.
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Prince George combines natural beauty and city charm

Gorgeous views, endless natural wonders, and hand-made chocolate—Prince George has it all, and more.

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Immerse yourself in history in north central BC

Family-friendly historic sites in the Prince George area offer displays, demonstrations and good old-fashioned fun for all ages.

two kids with an adult showing them a tarantula spider at the Exploration Place
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Top things to see and do in Prince George

With natural bounty and urban highlights, Prince George is always a joy to visit.

A train conductor stands posed on the front of an antique engine.
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Learning comes alive in Prince George

Why not take advantage of your visit to Prince George, B.C.? Come explore what this city has to offer.

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To Loos and beyond

Ray Olson, a retired pulp mill worker, and his wife, Gail, have been RVing most of their married lives. They have travelled extensively throughout B.C. and Alberta and to Mexico since converting an old Bluebird school bus to a camper years ago.


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Discovering the region’s wonders

The members of the Prince George Naturalists Club share a love of wildlife and geology and have planned field trips throughout the year to fully enjoy the areas surrounding Prince George.
by Kali Love
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Woodland neighbours

In the quest for classic British Columbia wildlife vewing, Prince George has to be one of the top destinations to visit.

RV-friendly businesses near Prince George