Plan Your Visit
Our goal this summer is to provide outdoor green spaces and physical educational activities that will allow visitors to safely explore the rich history of our region.
Please Note: Guests are asked to comply with public health orders and travel restrictions to ensure the health and safety of our visitors and staff. We ask that you not visit Huble Homestead if you, or anyone in your household, is displaying symptoms of COVID-19, you have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days, or you have travelled outside of Canada within the past 14 days. For our detailed safety plan, please click here.
COVID-19 RULES & RESTRICTIONS
Face masks, or coverings, must be worn when inside a building, when receiving a guided tour, and when taking part in a heritage demonstration or activity. If you require a face mask, please ask a staff member, and one will be provided to you.
Please maintain a distance of at least 6 feet from visitors who are not in your immediate party, and please respect the occupancy restrictions that have been placed on the buildings on site.
Huble Homestead is open from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM every day until Monday, September 6.
Admission to the Huble Homestead is by donation. Your donations will be put towards programming, collections, and site maintenance. The suggested donation is:
Adults - $5.00
Children and Seniors - $3.00
Family - $10.00
Admission donations can be made in the Welcome Barn upon your arrival on site, or in the General Store.
Huble Homestead is located 40km north of Prince George. Travel north on Highway 97, then turn right on Mitchell Road to continue another 6 kilometres down a well-maintained gravel road. Dogs are allowed on site, but please remember to bring a leash and to pick up after your pet.
Though you may drive down to the lower parking lot to drop off guests who may have trouble walking, we ask that all visitors park in the upper parking lot and walk down to the site. The lower parking lot is reserved for vehicles with wheelchair permits only. Please speak with our staff if you require a special allowance.
Cellular phone service is generally available, but sometimes patchy. Please ask staff for guidance if you require a consistent signal.
There is no running water at Huble Homestead; the bathrooms available on site are outhouses. There are currently three located on the property: one is located beside the lower parking lot and the other two are in the site, beside the Animal Barn. There is also an outhouse in the top parking lot. Hand sanitizer is provided in all four bathrooms. During the season, the bottom three outhouses are frequently checked and sanitized throughout the day.
Handwash and hand sanitizer stations are available to visitors in various points throughout the site. Handwash stations can be found between the two outhouses located on the site and beside the General Store. Hand sanitizer can be found in the three outhouses, the Welcome Barn, and the General Store. The hand sanitizer has been generously donated by Pacific Western Brewing.
PLANNING YOUR VISIT
The weather can sometimes change quickly - we recommend bringing a jacket, sunscreen, insect repellent, and good shoes for walking. Visitors are welcome to bring picnic lunches to enjoy at the park or to purchase lunch at the General Store. The park is also a great place to fly a kite, and play lawn games such as croquet, badminton, horseshoes, and bocce. These games can be signed out at the General Store, and must be returned to ensure they can be cleaned and sanitized by staff for the next group. You are also free to play your own games in our open green spaces.
We normally host a number of events throughout the season - due to the current circumstances, we have made some adjustments and plan to offer a modified schedule of programs for 2021. We plan to continue offering self-led activities for groups and families to partake in while visiting - please stay tuned for our programming plans for the upcoming summer.
The Huble Homestead Historic Site is situated in the beautiful BC wilderness. This means that we share the area with bears, so during your visit we recommend that you keep an eye on your children and other members of your group at all times. If you see a bear while at the historic site, please notify an employee and move quietly indoors. Following safety guidelines, such as keeping your distance and not screaming or running if a bear is near, will help keep you, other visitors, and the bears safe. If you see bears on Mitchell Road on your way to Huble Homestead, remember to NEVER get out of your car to get closer to bear cubs.
We hope to be able to have food service available at the park everyday during our normal operating season. All food purchases take place in the General Store, and are served from the BBQ area. Our current menu, which may be subject to change, includes:
Hot Dog Lunch with potato chips or carrots
Hamburger Lunch with potato chips or carrots
Cheeseburger Lunch with potato chips or carrots
Veggie Dog Lunch with potato chips or carrots
Veggie Burger Lunch with potato chips or carrots
Pancakes with drink
Pancakes and Strawberries with drink
We also offer a wide selection of old-fashioned candy, as well as our own Huble Blend coffee from North Roast, tea, cold beverages, ice cream treats, cookies, and famously delicious pie.
Huble Homestead is an invaluable heritage site, and smoking is permitted ONLY in the designated area, located outside of the gates in the lower parking lot.
As a public place and regional park, alcohol is strictly prohibited.
The Huble Homestead does not have electricity or running water.
Water and other beverages are sold in the General Store.