Top 8 Things to do in Princeton, British Columbia
Discover the best top things to do in Princeton, Canada including Bromley Rock Provincial Park, Princeton Museum, China Ridge Trails, Allison Lake Provincial Park, Swan Lake Bird Sanctuary, Princeton Visitor Centre, Outpost camping, Princeton Golf Club.
1. Bromley Rock Provincial Park
4.5 based on 43 reviews
Reviewed By 87wendys - New Westminster, CanadaNew Westminster, Canada
Fill your water bottles in the hand crank water pump
We been stopping here since I was a kid and my father liked to dive off of the rocks. Late spring early summer the water is very fast however August is safer. Beautiful sandy beach with a hill access.The beach is downhill by the parking lot. If you turn r
2. Princeton Museum
4.5 based on 46 reviews
Currently open only by appointment Dec 1, 2016 - March 1, 2016, please call or email to arrange a visit. Newly renovated to include a First Nations display, pioneer items including an 1880's cabin, mining, logging & ranching.With a brand new look and double the square footage, this small town museum is now a small world class facility that is not to be missed.
Reviewed By 3AmigosloveOsoyoos - Surrey, CanadaSurrey, Canada
Interesting Princeton History
My daughter in law and I visited the museum and came away with amazing history of Princeton. We really enjoyed the dark room with glowing rocks and the beautiful leather and beaded dress which was hand done by an aboriginal woman. The Allison Family tree
3. China Ridge Trails
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By xj6response - Vancouver, CanadaVancouver, Canada
Wonderful walking/easy hiking in the summer
Easy to get to, with miles of great walking/easy hiking trails. Great views of the valleys below and very lightly used in summer
4. Allison Lake Provincial Park
5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By T E - Abbotsford, CanadaAbbotsford, Canada
Beautiful Campsite. A hidden treasure that not many have found.
We really enjoyed our stay at Allison Lake in August of 2015. The park hosts are very friendly and maintain the facilities to the highest standard. They were so friendly. They came by offering paddle boards and a boat to rent. The lake is beautiful. We wi
5. Swan Lake Bird Sanctuary
5 based on 6 reviews
Reviewed By David T - Langley, BcLangley, Bc
One of the best birding locations in BC. Grassland species on the way to the lake, huge variety of birds on and near the lake. Well away from traffic. Stay on the trails, lots of cactus hidden in the grass. Bad for dogs... they will get cactus in their pa
6. Princeton Visitor Centre
5 based on 3 reviews
The Princeton Visitor Centre is located right in downtown Princeton and is an easy walk to restaurants and stores. We have a large parking lot with easy access for RVs, a wide variety of brochures that cover most places in BC, picnic tables, and a filtered water station. We sell local merchandise and nature books. We have maps to show where you can pan for gold in the Rivers and keep the gold!
Reviewed By bkirk4747 - Abbotsford, CanadaAbbotsford, Canada
Great visitor center
Lots of information, great location and a pleasure to visit. You can find lots of brochures for local attractions.
7. Outpost camping
5 based on 1 reviews
Reviewed By MitchC256
Our saving grace for a couple of road trippers!
We stumbled upon this place as the sun was setting. What a treat. Beautiful location, far enough away from the highway and it's ramblings on. With the sounds of a river sweeping by to lull us to sleep. The price was right for a private spot. Room for our
8. Princeton Golf Club
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Reviewed By Nana G - British Columbia, CanadaBritish Columbia, Canada
TLC required. course requires more attention, RV sites are more like a parking space
This course can be broken down to 3 facilities, golf course, Divots restaurant and RV park.Golf Course....Not the best course when compared to ones only and hours drive away. found many areas that require attention from the torn tee mats at the driving ra