Wedding RentalThe Huble Homestead offers custom wedding planning to suit your needs! Plan to hold your special day against the backdrop of this wonderfully unique piece of heritage, hidden within the beautiful countryside on the banks of the majestic Fraser River. This picturesque historic site is ideal for wedding ceremonies, photos, and afternoon receptions. If you are planning to have a traditional evening reception, please keep in mind that Huble Homestead operates without electricity or running water.
Most of our wedding couples choose to hold their ceremony outside on the banks of the Fraser River, though other areas of our site are suitable for outdoor ceremonies. In case of rain, couples often choose to use the Welcome Barn or Animal Barn Loft as their back up space. Maximum capacity in the barn is approximately 80 people.
Please note that wedding availability is dependent on our summer event schedule. For this reason, we cannot accept wedding bookings on long weekends.
We offer custom wedding planning that suits your needs; most aspects of the rental are negotiable. All wedding rentals begin with the Basic Rental. To book your rental online today, please fill out the wedding rental form.
Basic Rental - $400.00
Hot Meal - $7.00 per person
Customization: Remember your event is customizable! Other ideas or additional service requests are always welcome.
Capacity: The maximum comfortable seating capacity in the Welcome Barn is 80 people (chairs only, not table seating).
Dinnerware: All plates and cups provided for meals and snacks are disposable. The provision of real dinnerware, if required, is the responsibility of the renter.
Tables: Our tables are 6 foot plastic tables, and white table cloths are provided. Special coloured table covers or linens are the responsibility of the renter.
Chairs: Our chairs are metal legged wooden chairs. Chair decorations or rentals from a third party are the responsibility of the renter.
Parking: Guests must adhere to parking guidelines. Only vehicles with designated handicap passes, and two vehicles from the wedding party, are allowed in the lower lot. Vehicles are permitted to drive down to the lower parking lot to drop off or pick up individuals who may have trouble walking, but must return to park at the upper lot.
Private Functions: Huble Homestead Historic Site is a public park. Signs and staff will direct the general public around “Private Function” areas, however, the outside common area cannot be reserved.
Hours: Bookings are welcome between Victoria Day and Thanksgiving. Staff members are on site every day from Victoria Day to Labour Day from 9:30 to 5:30 and weekends from Labour Day to Thanksgiving. Time spent on site beyond 5:30 will result in a charge of $20 per quarter hour.
Water: Huble Homestead Historic Site has no running water. Outhouses are located in the upper parking lot, behind the Trapper’s Cabin, and a wheelchair accessible outhouse is located near the Blacksmith Shop. Hand washing stations are set up at the outhouses behind the Trapper’s Cabin and at the BBQ. Drinking water is available for purchase at the General Store.
Electricty: The site does not have any electricity. Generators are available for music and microphone needs.
Location: Huble Homestead Historic Site is located 40km north of Prince George, 6km off Highway 97 on Mitchell Road. Mitchell Road is a well maintained gravel road. Rental agreements and deposits are conducted through our in town office, above Books & Company at #202-1685 3rd Avenue, Prince George, BC.
Directions: From Prince George, head north on Highway 97, towards the Hart. Continue north past Salmon Valley. Once you cross the Salmon Valley Bridge, the turn off to Mitchell Road is approximately 14 km north. Watch for our signs and turn right on Mitchell Road. If you reach the turn off to Summit Lake, you’ve gone too far; turn around and turn left when you reach Mitchell Road. Once on Mitchell Road, continue 6 km until you reach the upper parking lot.
To book your rental online today, please fill out the wedding rental form.
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