6 Things to Do in Princeton That You Shouldn't Miss

August 10, 2017 Harland Bartelt

Discover the best top things to do in Princeton, Canada including Princeton Museum, Bromley Rock Provincial Park, Princeton Golf Club, Allison Lake Provincial Park, Stemwinder Provincial Park, Swan Lake Bird Sanctuary.
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1. Princeton Museum

167 Vermilion Avenue, Princeton, British Columbia V0X 1W0, Canada +1 250-295-7588
Excellent
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4.5 based on 42 reviews

Princeton Museum

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 candy L

I visited the museum with a group of friends after finishing our lunch next door. We were so impressed with the exhibits. There are so much to see and materials are very interesting to view. Got a very good understanding of the people and history of the little town. The staff are very nice and made us very welcome. There is a volunteer gentleman inside the museum to interpret the exhibit to us.

2. Bromley Rock Provincial Park

Princeton, British Columbia V0X 1C2, Canada
Excellent
68%
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4.5 based on 38 reviews

Bromley Rock Provincial Park

Reviewed By Gerri L - Princeton, Canada

Crystal clear Similkameen River, great sandy beach, lots of picnic tables, camping nearby.This reminds me of the swimming hole from the old days

3. Princeton Golf Club

365 Darcy Mountain Road, Princeton, British Columbia V0X 1W0, Canada +1 250-295-6123
Excellent
63%
Good
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4.5 based on 16 reviews

Princeton Golf Club

Reviewed By lspeirs - Langley City, Canada

Tuesday is all day twilight rate. So you can get green fee and a cart for what you would pay regularly. It was $49, 30 for green fee, 16 for the cart and the rest is taxes. Dam those taxes!!! The front nine is pretty flat and the back nine is up and down.
The course is well maintained. green and lush considering how hot the weather can be in Princeton. Loved it even though the back nine ate me up!

4. Allison Lake Provincial Park

Highway 5A, Princeton, British Columbia, Canada +1 604-668-5953
Excellent
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5 based on 6 reviews

Allison Lake Provincial Park

Reviewed By T E - Abbotsford, Canada

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 will definitely visit again.

5. Stemwinder Provincial Park

Crowsnest Highway 3, Hedley, British Columbia V0X 1K0, Canada +1 604-668-5953
Excellent
46%
Good
27%
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Poor
9%
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9%
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4 based on 11 reviews

Stemwinder Provincial Park

Reviewed By Marie J - Rock Creek, Canada

Here you can camp on edge so to speak. This is a provincial park so Reservations are a must. From tenting to trailers it should fun. Watch out for rattlesnakes which can be there.

6. Swan Lake Bird Sanctuary

Princeton -Summerland Rd. & Rainbow Rd., Princeton, British Columbia, Canada
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5 based on 5 reviews

Swan Lake Bird Sanctuary

Reviewed By David T - Langley, 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 paws. Check eBird.ca hotspots to learn what others have been seeing here.

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