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  • Airlines
    Prince George Airport is serviced by Air Canada, West Jet, Northern Thunderbird Air and Central Mountain Air which all have flights into Prince George.

    Bus Services
    Greyhound offers bus service to Prince George. Please check online for current fares and detailed schedules.

    Public Transit
    There is a local bus service throughout Prince George provided by BC Transit. Please check online for current fares and detailed schedules.

    Car Rentals
    Hertz, Practicar, National and Enterprise are all located within Prince George and at the airport.

    Taxi Services
    Prince George Taxi
    331 – 1st Avenue
    Prince George, BC, V2L 2Y1
    P: 250 564-4444

    Emerald Taxi
    966 – 5th Avenue
    Prince George, BC, V2L 3K8
    P: 250 562-1111

    Cool Cabs
    2284 Ball Place
    Prince George, BC, V2K 3C6
    P: 250 961-2722

  • The Prince George Chamber of Commerce provides valuable information about the community, relocation and local businesses.

    Prince George currently has a Canadian Western Bank, Scotiabank, Royal Bank, Bank of Montreal, TD Canada Trust and HSBC.

    Prince George is in Prince George School District #57 and has schools too numerous to list but include aboriginal, private and StrongStart Centres.

    It is also the home to the main campus of the University of Northern British Columbia and a College of New Caledonia campus.

    Visitor Center
    Prince George Visitor Centre
    Suite 101, 1300 – 1st Avenue
    Prince George, BC, V2L 2Y3
    P: 250 562-3700 | TFP: 1 800 668-7646 | F: 250 564-9807

  • Prince George is the official host of the 2015 Canada Winter Games. It has two aquatic centres, the Prince George Aquatic Centre and the Four Seasons Leisure Pool. Other popular activities in Prince George include rock climbing, hiking, swimming, rollerblading, fishing, bowling, laser tag and biking. Prince George has many different types of parks including a BMX Track, Skate Board Park, Predator Paintball Park and North Central Motorsport Park. For more of a thrill, try Mount Robson White Water Rafting. For winter activities, Powder King Mountain and a number of other local mountains, have tons of skiing, snowboarding, skating and snowshoeing fun.

    Prince George is home to one of the three remaining Drive In Theatres in British Columbia. Not only do you get to watch a movie on a 3200 square foot screen, there is a Go Kart track and Mini Golf course.

    If you want to discover the history and culture of Prince George, you can visit the Railway and Forestry Museum, Huble Homestead, The Exploration Place, Log House Guest Ranch, the Prince George Observatory, Black Spruce Farm Tours, Noah’s Ark Adventure Land, CN Centre or go for a horse back ride at Triple J Ranch.