Huble Homestead Historic Site is a turn of the century heritage attraction located just 40 kilometres north of Prince George, BC.


This living history museum, located alongside the Fraser River, will reopen to the public in Spring 2021. 


Huble Homestead is now closed, and will reopen in Spring 2021.


Opening Spring 2021

Huble Homestead Historic Site is now closed for the 2020 season. We are so grateful to the visitors we had visit the homestead this year, and look forward to opening our doors to visitors again in 2021. The park is still available for your favourite non-motorized activities, such as hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, and photography. If choosing to visit the historic site we ask that visitors please stay home if they are feeling ill and that they maintain a distance of at least two metres between themselves and any other visitors they may encounter. Visitors looking to explore their local area are invited to try their luck at our geocaches

History at Home

Enjoy a slice of Huble in your own HOMEstead by downloading some of our resources

"The Worst Plague Since the Black Death"

We have created a new online exhibit about the 1918 Influenza Pandemic which examines the impact it had on the city of Prince George and the First Nations population. Be sure to explore the links at the bottom if you're interested in learning more about the pandemic in Northern British Columbia. Explore the exhibit here!

Huble's Children Book Series

Looking for something new to read with the family? Enjoy all three titles of the Huble Homestead children's book series online! Start the series with Mr. Huble Builds a House, a title currently out of print, and continue your journey with Mrs. Huble Grows a Garden and Mr. Seebach and the New Store! All three titles feature beautiful watercolour illustrations by Prince George artist June Swanky Parker, and puts local history in the hands of kids. If you're interested in purchasing a copy of the second and third title, they are just $10.00 each! Get your own copy today.

Volunteer Opportunities

If you have ever wanted to work behind the scenes at a historic site we are always looking for assistance. We have some virtual volunteering opportunities available: find out out more here.

Learning the Dakelh Language

The Yinka Déné Language Institute has created an extensive online resource for those wanting to learn more about the Dakelh language, which includes an electronic dictionary of Lheidli dialect. We have found it be an invaluable resource, especially as we work on developing our education programs!