Located on the popular Cranbrook Hill Greenway, Blue Cedars RV Park & Campground is a favourite with RVers and campers who come to explore the area around Prince George. The 100-site RV Park offers fully- and partially-serviced sites as well as tent sites and is set among a tall canopy of trees. Hiking trails, golfing and a swimming pool are on the doorstep.
The Cranbrook Hill Greenway was created in 1994 by the citizens of Prince George, British Columbia. The corridor encompasses over 300 hectares of natural environment and contain 25 kms (20 mi) of multi-use trails used by runners, walkers, cyclists, skiers, horseback riders and other non-motorized users.
BC's northern capital, Prince George, is a culturally diverse city with a cosmopolitan flair and an abundance of year-round recreational and cultural activities. Hiking, biking and fishing plus skiing, snowshoeing and skating are just some of the many activities enjoyed throughout the year.
As well as outdoor adventures, Prince George offers an array of cultural experiences with theatre, dance, art, music and history all close at hand along with some exceptional dining opportunities.
Prince George is 786 km (472 mi) northeast of Vancouver, British Columbia, 789 km (474 mi) northwest of Calgary, Alberta. The north-south Highway 97 and the east-west Highway 16 intersect at Prince George. Prince George is easily accessible by car, train and air with daily non-stop flights from Vancouver, BC.
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