Huble Homestead Opens for Spring
Prince George, B.C. – The historic Huble Homestead north of Prince George opens for a new season this long weekend with a theme of Spring on the Homestead.
Visitors will get a feel for the planning and work undertaken by pioneer settlers to make sure their land was productive and provided for their families throughout the year. Staff members provide tours of the homestead and visitors can help planting the garden and making ice cream.
There are lots of heritage activities including a Maypole dance, old fashioned games and a treasure hunt and you can also sit around listening to local music.
You can either take a lunch along with you or buy lunch at the barbecue. Of course, there’s also the General Store (right) with a great selection of items including locally-made goods.
Admission is by donation and you can take your dog out to the site.
Huble Homestead is 40 km north of Prince George, off Highway 97 on Mitchell Road. It will be open today and Monday from 10 am to 4 pm.