Regional Parks / McMillan Creek Regional Park

McMillan Creek Regional Park is situated within the City of Prince George . The Park is accessed via the Hart Highway 97 North off Hoferkamp Road. The Park includes the Nechako River cutbanks, and provides a scenic view of Prince George and surrounding landscapes.

McMillan Creek passes through a deep ravine surrounded by towering Douglas fir trees. The creek is an important habitat for rainbow trout and provides valuable spawning beds. To aid in the protection of fish species in McMillan Creek, British Columbia has put an age restriction for sport fishing on the creek. ( ie. only people under 16 and over 65 years of age. Please see Provincial sport fishing regulations.)

A scenic 2.5 km trail system, starting at the main parking lot, winds through several ecosystems allowing an opportunity to view various different plant species. A shorter, and much easier, 1 km trail brings you directly to the lookout on the cutbanks. Enjoy the view!

Facilities include a picnic table, toilets, interpretative signs regarding the geographic history of Prince George and a safe and scenic view of the city from the cutbanks.

Camping is not permitted.

McMillan Creek Regional Park Site Map McMillanCreekSiteMap.pdf (171 Kb)