July 06, 2012 | Tips from Travellers >
Prince George, Golf
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The Aberdeen Glen golf course in Prince George is perfect for any golfer who is looking for a solid day of golf! Whether you are just looking to practice your skills or test the course it is sure to exceed expectations. From the criving range to the chipping range or the putting green, Aberdeen allows you to practice all aspects of your game at your own pace and for a very reasonable price! (2$ for a small bucket of balls at the driving range)
The course itself is a par 73 that weaves through the hills and valleys, providing a beautiful, scenic day of golf that is challenging for golfers of all skill levels. The different tee boxes allow all golfers to enjoy and challenge themselves on the wonderful course. The hills and valleys provide a very fun and unique game of golf. A cart is recommended!! After the game it's always nice to enjoy the clubhouse atmosphere, and the wonderful clubhouse at Aberdeen has a patio that overlooks a few holes on the scenic course. This golf course is very well designed and provides a complete golf experience! Providing I don't lose too many golf balls I always enjoy my time there.
May 27, 2012 | Tips from Travellers >
Prince George, Accommodation
I was fortunate enough to be taken on a tour of the wonderful Coast Inn of the North Hotel on Thursday and having lived in Prince George my whole life I have very rarely seen any of the hotel's numerous features. I was very surprised with what the hotel had to offer. From Luxury jacuzzi rooms to more economical minded comfort rooms, the Coast Inn offers 155 rooms that suit every guests needs. Within the hotel there are also several conveniences that provide a unique experience for each visitor as well as three dining options. I've only been able to have dinner at one of these options and have to say that the Shogun is an amazing place to enjoy Japanese cuisine.
May 23, 2012 | Tips from Travellers >
Prince George, Arts, Culture & History Tours
The tourism PG staff and I enjoyed our time out at Huble Homestead, Monday May 21st, while the weather was permitted. It was a busy day at the homestead as it was Seebach days! In celebration of this event there were numerous activities and sights to see such as the new exhibit, Edward Seebach's cabin. We were also able to enjoy blackpowder gun firing, sheep shearing and even pancakes and burgers for lunch. You can catch us out there again Sunday May 27th at the Sheep and Wool fair!