Best parks in Prince George in fall

Cottonwood Island Park
Cottonwood Island Park in Prince George.

When October arrives in the north, I’ve said my goodbyes to summer and am ready and waiting for fall to arrive with its usual burst of colour and crisp, clean air. Prince George is a city that celebrates four distinct seasons and this year has been no exception with fall’s flourish of red, yellow and orange foliage and deep blue skies on most days.

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Writer. Hiker. Word nerd. Outdoor explorer. Yogi. At home chef. Social media & marketing communicator. Recent RRU communications MA grad. Writing about social media, cooking and the outdoors in northern BC, Canada.

3 thoughts on “Best parks in Prince George in fall

  1. Thanks for following June July Fogust! Really cool to see what that part of BC is like. I love rollerblading, and wish I could boot up there and connect the Cottonwood trails with the Fort George ones . . . fun!

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