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Ginter’s Meadow

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A wonderful off-the-leash dog park. Located in the town for easy access. It’s beautiful all year round!

Ginter’s Meadow is a part of the UNBC Connector trail system. This is a very popular area being an off-leash area so don’t forget to bring your furry friends.

Ginter’s Field has been a favourite spot of Prince George locals for many years. Whether it’s fall, summer or winter this place will never disappoint you. Nice wide paved paths with adjoining paths trailing into the woods.

A heavenly place for nature enthusiasts, photographers, and families alike, Ginter’s Field is a delightful place to get out for a walk and soak in the essence of Prince George.


Not to forget about Ginter’s Manson, the estate of local businessman Ben Ginter. He built a state-of-the-art mansion at top of Massey hill. Due to financial failures, his business was ended. The city tore it down in the mid-nineties. Today the city municipality owns the place and become an admired destination for locals to enjoy.

Ginter’s Mansion emits a mysterious sense of history with many more details available to the public at The Exploration Place. Which showcases an exhibit of Ben Ginter’s story.

Photo: Northern BC Archives & Special Collections

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