On the outskirts of Prince George, Goodsir State Park is a family-friendly destination that connects visitors to the wonders of the diverse desert of British Columbia. A visit to the park is a fantastic way to spend a Saturday, with something fun for every member of the family. So what exactly can be done in the park? Let’s see!
You can find more places to visit in Canada on the Prince George (BC) hiking trails.
When visiting the park during August, visitors and their families can spend time picking berries. There are many wild berries that can be picked and brought home for use in pies, jams and desserts, or for snacks.
Making a tour
The nature park offers its guests free tours guided by the park staff, who have become experts in everything the park has to offer during the hunt. Founder Jim Good is in some cases even a travel guide!
Due to the dense forest location of the park, it is a common place for elk, deer and other wildlife.
Beavers, muskrats and waterfowl live in the beaver hall, as well as various local birds and small creatures. If they are lucky, guests can simply take a look at a beaver who builds its own dam or an elk who enjoys an afternoon meal.
Visiting the museum
Jim Good is a fan of education and that is why he created a great indoor museum for visitors.
Inside the museum there are a large number of sights to see and objects to interact with. There are displays, posters and practical experiences that are sure to grab everyone’s attention.