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  1. Nature and Riverfront Parks | City of Prince George

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    1100 Patricia Blvd. Prince George, British Columbia. V2L 3V9. Page Image. Page Content. Cottonwood Island Nature Park is one of Prince George's most scenic locations and features an extensive trail system that takes visitors through picturesque wooded areas and along the Nechako River's shoreline.

  2. Adventure | Tourism Prince George

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    Located west of Prince George via Otway Road, this 57 ha park is located on the Nechako River. Trail s through the park are well-suited for walking, hiking, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. After your excursion you can warm up in the picnic shelter beside the wood stove or cook over the fire pits.

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  4. THE 10 BEST Parks & Nature Attractions in Prince George ...

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    These are the best places for groups seeking nature & parks in Prince George: Lheidli T'enneh Memorial Park. Cottonwood Island Nature Park. Purden Lake Provincial Park. Connaught Hill Park. Purden Ski Village. See more nature & parks for groups in Prince George on Tripadvisor.

  5. Carp Lake Provincial Park - BC Parks

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    In Prince George and Mackenzie, organized clubs have groomed a network of trails. Snowmobiling is allowed in the park and most visitors come to ice fish or sight see; remain on roads that are not plowed and snowmobile on the lakes. There are organized snowmobile clubs in Prince George and Mackenzie.

  6. Berman Lake Regional Park - Access BC

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    Berman Lake Regional Park is located 45km west of Prince George via Highway 16 and Norman Lake Road. The 38 hectare park has 3 km of trails. Many of the trails follow the shoreline and naturally formed eskers, which enable access to view a variety of wildlife and the habitat in which they live.

  7. Park Bookings and Events | City of Prince George

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    The City of Prince George supports close to 300 different park bookings, tournaments, and special events in City parks, sport fields, and outdoor recreation facilities each year. The City's Parks Division developed a resource to help guide groups through each step of the tournament and event booking process.

  8. THE 10 BEST Maryland Hiking Trails (with Photos) - Tripadvisor

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    Cross Island Trail. 6. ... Frigid temps keep crowds away, as do inclement mornings, ... Paint Branch Trail (Prince George's County) 5. Hiking Trails. 23.

  9. Residents wishing to keep cool... - City of Prince George ...

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    Residents wishing to keep cool despite the summer heat have some options courtesy of local community groups and organizations, including cooling centres, hydration stations, and more. Find a list of resources on the City website. And stay cool through Canada Day, Prince George!

  10. GET OUT THERE: A guide to Gwinnett County's best hiking trails

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    • Yellow River Park. Jun 19, 2019.
    • Little Mulberry Park. Jun 19, 2019.
    • Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center. Jun 26, 2019.
    • Harbins Park. Jun 19, 2019.
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