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Huble Homestead is a heritage site located at the base of the historic Giscome Portage. Originally a homestead and fur trading post, the site has been restored to its 1915 condition & is open to the public from May to October for guided tours, lunch...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
15 000 Mitchell Road, Prince George, British Columbia V0J 2S0, Canada
My niece got married here in August and it was lovely. I enjoyed the history and charm of this old historic site. The staff were wonderful and informative. I would recommend taking a trip out here if you are in Prince George.
This is a very interesting glimpse into time a hundred years ago. There was only one other couple there when we visited. Basically it was just a self-exploration of the property. The only staff we encountered were in the general store. They, however were extremely...More
Visited Huble Homestead with family recently. It was very peaceful out there, and not that busy for a weekend. They have a general store that sells food and other items, but if you want the homemade pancakes, make sure to get there before noon! The...More
I loved visiting this historic site. Not only are the Homestead buildings in great shape, the general store has breakfast/lunch. I had the pancakes with strawberries, and the price includes a cup of joe. Just north (40km) of Prince George, BC.
What an absolutely fantastic place this is. We visited to get away from the recent smoke in nearby Prince George, and we were not at all disappointed.
Greeted by a very cheery Hayley, who gave us a personal tour of the property, we enjoyed every...More
My friends and I visited the Huble Homestead Historical site during the Potato Festival. My friend won a prize in the potato peeling contest for longest peel! The .6 km river walk took us to the working blacksmith's shop, fish smoking house, canoe carving exhibit...More
Wow there is so much to see here that you best plan for 1\2 a day. there were on-site staff dressed in character doing duties as they would during the historic days. It truly was a blast from the past! I would strongly recommend a...More
It was quiet at the time we stopped in, so we were able to chat with the staff, and get a pleasant unrushed guided tour. The suggested donation was very reasonable, and we found the site very interesting, both for the kids and grown ups....More