Fort George River Journey – In your backyard!

With Prince George being at the confluence of two rivers it is not surprising that many of the most interesting historical sites and features are located near one of the rivers.  Many people who have lived in the region for many years have still not experienced this rich history.  Our “Fort George River Journey” is the perfect one day adventure to see what lies in you back yard.  The view from the river is spectacular and provides a unique perspective of our region.  We jet boat up the Nechako River and down the Fraser River, stopping at unique sites along the way! These include the old 1940 reaction ferry site and hulls, Goat Island, Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, Sternwheeler Bollard, historic Fort George Canyon and much more!

Guests looking at the Ferry Pontoons
Learning about the history of Goat Island while on Goat Island
An old Sternwheeler Bollard for tying up
Checking out Ft George Canyon
The old pontoons on the Nechako River
The span of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
Jet Boating through Ft George Canyon