Prince George's reputation as a "City in Nature" is clear not only in the sheer number and variety of parks scattered throughout the city, but also in the excellence of its green spaces. The City's community parks are examples of the types of quality outdoor amenities residents have available at their doorsteps.
Corporal Darren Fitzpatrick Bravery Park
Corporal Darren Fitzpatrick Bravery Park received recent upgrades to give residents more ways to enjoy the park.
The improvements came from recommendations in the 2017 City Parks Strategy and through feedback from the Fitzpatrick family and the Hart Community Association. Prince George residents were also invited to provide input into strategic park priorities and indicated investment into Community Parks as an important goal to achieve. Read more from the 2017 City Parks Strategy and Action Plan.
Bravery Park Features
The newly installed improvements include:
- A brand new fenced, off-leash dog park with pet waste stations.
- A "Thank You" sign acknowledging sponsors and supporters of the state-of-the-art skate park.
The park will also include the following upgrades in the coming weeks:
- New paved trails with lighting.
- The addition of newly planted trees as part of National Tree Day.
Some of the Corporal Darren Fitzpatrick Bravery Park existing amenities:
- Newer, state-of-the-art skate park
- Multi-Use trails
- Picnic tables and benches
Download a map of Bravery Park features
Corporal Darren Fitzpatrick Bravery Park is located 6877 Glenview Drive in the Hart Highlands neighbourhood, just off Dagg Road, near Highway 97 North and Austin Road East.
Duchess Park, Prince George's premier community park, is located near the downtown and Duchess Park Secondary School. Accessible amenities in the park include a washroom facility, multi-use trails, and one of the City's largest playgrounds. Duchess Park also boasts a fenced dog park and mini bike park, all within a combined park and school outdoor recreation area.
Some of the Duchess Park features and amenities:
- Fully accessible playground.
- Mini bike track
- Fenced dog park with separated small dog park.
- Tennis courts (which revert to an ice rink in the winter).
- Lit, multi-use trail system.
- Picnic tables and benches.
- Accessible washrooms.
Learn more about Pets and Off-Leash Areas
Duchess Park is located near downtown, along Ross Crescent and near 9th Avenue and Winnipeg Street, and is adjacent to Duchess Park Secondary School,
Other Community Parks Locations
Blackburn Park - 2451 Blackburn Road South
- Heather Road Park - 4833 Heather Road
- Strathcona Park - 1991 Strathcona Avenue
Book an Event at a Park
Call 250-561-7600 or submit an application online on the Parks Bookings and Events page.
Learn more about Park Bookings and Events