Tired of indoor play spaces? Prince George is home to many beautiful parks and trail networks to get you outside.
Not everybody loves to pack around a baby when hitting the trail or getting outside. While this may limit some of the amazing trails in Prince George, it doesn’t confine you to the city streets and sidewalks. The Prince George trail network is vast and there are some stroller worthy adventures worth taking.
Not all trails are suitable for all types of strollers. We’ve indicated which trails are accessible for all wheels and which are more suitable to all-terrain strollers.
If you’re looking for other people to join you on an adventure, check out Hike it Baby. The Hike it Baby Prince George calendar can be found online with additional support, resources and links in their Facebook Group.
8 Stroller Friendly Trails in Prince George, BC
- Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park features 3.0 kilometres of stroller friendly trails both in and around the park. This park also has a sizeable Playground for kids of all ages and a water park during the summer months.
- Cottonwood Island Nature Park also offers 3 kilometres of stroller friendly trails. This well groomed trail network provides a variety of different walking loops and options. Be warned this is Bear country.
- Ginters Meadow – connecting in with the Centennial Connector Loop, the trail running thru Ginters Field (an off leash Dog Park) is well suited to wheels. This paved path connects from 17th and Foothills to Ferry Avenue.
- Rainbow Park is a small city park with 2.5 kilometres of paved stroller friendly trails. This park is a no dog park but beautifully maintained by the city in the summer with an abundance of flowers. A small outdated playground is slated for an upgrade soon.
- Hudson’s Bay Wetland offers just over 3.2 kilometres of stroller friendly trails including a mix of pavement and packed earth. These trails can take you through some interesting parts of the city.
- Moore’s Meadow Park is a vast trail network. Many of the trails are limited to all-terrain strollers or carry only. Please be advised its a significant hill into the kettle and out which may present a challenge for some walkers.
- Cranbrook Hill Greenways offers a good portion of stroller accessible trails. Trails closer to the UNBC entrance are easier to manage with the trails become rougher and more all terrain.
- Forests for the World trails are easily accessible with an all-terrain stroller and provide users with over 18km in trail choices.
Ferguson Lake is a beautiful recreational space but it is no longer stroller friendly. Water erosion over the past few years make this trail very rough and much of the boardwalk is beginning to fall apart and become difficult to navigate.
Do you have a favourite stroller friendly trail not listed in the suggestions above, leave us a comment with the specifics below!