Within our coastal city you will find numerous parks providing recreation for citizens and visitors alike. There are places to sit and enjoy or stroll, walk, run or ride. Overlooking the downtown area is Roosevelt Park in honour of the City’s participation in wartime and Totem Park that honours our First Nations heritage. Walk from Cow Bay to Kwinitsa Station along the waterfront pathway. Grab a light lunch or snack at one of the cafes or return to dine in the evening. 

Pacific Mariners Park
The Mariner's Memorial Park located at the foot of McBride Street overlooks the harbour and is dedicated to those who lost their lives at sea.
Provincial Parks
Along with Prince Rupert's city parks, there are also two Provincial Parks located within a 20 minute drive along the Yellowhead Highway. These are Diana and Prudhomme Lake.
Rotary Waterfront Park
Prince Rupert's Rotary Waterfront Park was first envisioned in the early l990s to give residents and visitors access to the city's waterfront.