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About Us

Huble Homestead Historic Site is located on Lheidli T'enneh keyoh; the house and buildings are situated in the Giscome Portage Regional Park, and the site is operated by the Huble Homestead / Giscome Portage Heritage Society. The Society’s mission is to preserve and promote the history of the Huble Homestead, Giscome Portage, and surrounding area through responsible stewardship and educational programming. During the summer months the historic site is open daily for guided tours, school and daycare programs, and self led activities. The Society also hosts a number of special events during the operating season.

The Huble Homestead / Giscome Portage Heritage Society was created in 1984 to preserve the Huble House on its original site. As a result the Giscome Portage Regional Park was established in 1986 and the Huble house was declared a designated heritage building by the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George.

After countless hours of work by dedicated volunteers, the site was officially opened as a living heritage site in 1989.

The white Huble house surrounded by fall leaves and colours

Since that time the Society has successfully restored and reconstructed several heritage buildings significant to the area. The Society has realized many successes over the years. These include:

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