PARK AMENITIES & ACCESSIBILITY
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About This Park
The accessible trail through Ginter’s Meadow is a part of the UNBC Connector trail system. This is an off-leash area just off Ospika Boulevard. This is a very popular area being an off-leash area so if you are a dog lover this is the place to go.
This portion of trail through Ginter’s Meadow is very accessible.
Park Facilities & Accessibility Features
The best place to access Ginters Park and the accessible portion of the UNBC Connector trail is at the Massey Place parking lot. There is designated accessible parking at this location. The parking lot is gravel with a surface that is compact and flat. The accessible parking is adjacent to the trail head. This secton of the connector trail is very accessible, comprised of asphalt and has a gentle running slope of 1 to 2 degrees. The connector trail is more that 1525 mm in width and has plenty of space for pedestrians to pass each other with ease. This section runs from Ospika Blvd to Ferry Ave. There is also an asphalt trail up to the Ginter homestead (at Massey access point) however this route is steep with running slopes that exceed 7 degrees in places. People using powered scooters or wheelchairs would be able to access the homestead. If using a manual wheelchair, be aware that the trail to the Ginter homestead is steep and you will get a good workout. Download Full Accessibility Audit
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There are no washrooms at this site. Download Full Accessibility Audit
This is a pleasant walking trail winding through Ginter's Meadow, a quick get away in the natural surrounding in downtown Prince George. Download Full Accessibility Audit
The accessible trail through Ginter's Meadow is an excellent experience for people using mobility devices. Download Full Accessibility Audit