Plan Your Visit

Huble Homestead before a storm.


Huble Homestead is now closed for the winter months, and will reopen to the public on Saturday, May 16, 2020. 

When open, we offer: 

  • Guided tours

  • Lunch

  • Shopping in the General Store


Admission to the Huble Homestead is by donation. Your donations are put towards programming, collections, and site maintenance. The suggested donation is:

  • Adults - $5.00

  • Children and Seniors - $3.00

  • Family - $10.00


Please note: The animal program at Huble Homestead has wrapped up for the 2019 season; all of the animals have returned home for the fall and winter months. 

The Huble Homestead is located 40km north of Prince George, 6 km off Highway 97 on Mitchell Road. Weather here can sometimes change quickly, so when you visit, it’s a good idea to bring a jacket, sunscreen, insect repellant and good shoes for walking.


Our site is great place to bring the whole family, including your dog, but please remember to bring a leash and to pick up after your pet!


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, and bocce ball. If these games are not out, please let our staff know that you wish to play, or feel free to play your own games in our open green spaces.


We host numerous events throughout the season. Most event days include activities such as: 

  • Entertainment

  • Crafts and games

  • Pioneer demonstrations

  • Blacksmithing demonstrations

  • Contests

Picnic shelter at Huble Homestead.

Wildlife: 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.

Food Service: 
Barbeque lunch is available at the park everyday during our normal operating season. All food purchases take place in the General Store. Our menu items include:

  • 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 coffee, tea, and cold beverages, ice cream treats, and famously delicous pie.

The BBQ area at Huble Homestead.

Though you may drive down to the lower parking lot to drop off guests who may have trouble walking, we please 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.

Phone Service: 
Cellular phone service is generally available, but sometimes patchy. 


  • The Huble Homestead is an invaluable heritage site, and smoking is permitted ONLY in designated areas.

  • 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.

  • Outhouses and hand washing stations are available.

Landscape shot of Huble Homestead.
Looking towads the General Store at Huble Homestead.