Prince Rupert has a large variety of parks and green space, perfect for a relaxing afternoon walk or an exciting day trip.
Right near the shops and restaurants of Cow Boy, the Pacific Mariners Park has beautiful views of the water. Visit the memorial paying tribute to the many mariners lost at sea, and the Shinto Shrine, a tribute to Kazu Maru.
The Rotary Waterfront Park delivers spanning views of the ocean and mountains—a great opportunity to be close to marine boats, yachts, and barges. It is also a great location for bird watching and photography. Check out the statue of a Grey Whale carved by Hans Siniarrski in celebration of Prince Rupert’s 7th anniversary.
Sunken Gardens Park and Trail is a two level park surrounded by brick walls fronting floral gardens. There are plenty of benches and picnic tables to sit and take in the beautiful colours.
A playground and park with swings, slides, benches, and picnic tables.
Overlooking the downtown area is Roosevelt Park in honor of the City’s participation in wartime.
Diana Lake is the perfect place to have some fun on the water—go for a swim, take a canoe out on the lake, or just sit on the beach and soak up the sun. There’s also a great trail that winds through the rainforest if you’re in the mood for a hike.
A small, forested campground and park close to Diana Lake.
This park area adjacent to a dense residential neighbourhood offers a large dog park, playground, small community garden maintained by the local Kaien Anti Poverty Society, as well as a basketball hoop frequented by local youth