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Good Sir Nature Park

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Experience a natural environment setting. First of its kind in Canada.

An absolute gem of a place in the city of Prince George. The plant/music collections on display here are one of a kind. This place is a must-see here in Prince George. It’s a wonderful way to spend a day.

Jim Good owns this beautiful property that has been turned into a combination botanical museum/nature park/music museum. Enjoy the wide variety of flowers, trees and various other plants that are marked along the trail. Highly recommended place and experience the beautiful scenery and meticulous efforts put into all the exhibits here.

This is one of the most beautiful, educational and tranquil nature parks. There is also an array of beautiful birds, a beaver and other wildlife viewed in the park. Camping spaces are available in an RV or tent and there is a beautiful remote cabin for rent by donation. Jim has also astounding two botanical gardens, a botanical museum and an amazing music archive and a radio station archive. The botanical gardens have native trees from other areas of BC as well as different provinces and territories.

This whole place is so breathtaking, and Jim Good is the hero for his altruistic work and his indomitable spiritual dedication to promoting nature, conservation and the community of Prince George.


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