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Beach Volleyball

Head down to our beach volleyball court at West Fraser Timber Park this summer!


Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game that can be played using any GPS enabled device. It's suitable for all ages and abilities, geocaches are placed in many different areas ranging in difficulty and length to ensure the whole family can participate! Quesnel has caches located on the banks of the Fraser and Quesnel river all the way out to the mountain ranges in Barkerville and Wells.

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Discover the exciting history of Quesnel's Gold Rush era! Head over to the Quesnel Visitor Centre to borrow a goldpan free of charge, or go to Eldorado Goldpanning for a lesson in the historical town of Barkerville located just 86 kilometres east of Quesnel. If you have your own goldpan, please stick to designated areas. Information regarding legal panning can be found at the Quesnel Visitor Centre.


Northern Strike Paintball provides the chance to get out in nature and explore your adventurous side. All gear can be rented on site, and the field is open to anyone over the age of 14. Please note that private games must be booked one week in advance.

Contact Peter Bond for more information. Call: 250-983-9523 Email:



Quesnel is home to two outdoor skating rinks, one in the West Village and one in Bouchie Lake. Both are maintained and open for public use 24/7. There are also opportunities to skate on many of our lakes and ponds, locals often clear patches of snow for use. If venturing onto open ice, please take notice of weather patterns and take safety precautions as ice thickness can change quickly.

Skate Park

Improve your skills and hang with friends at Quesnel Skate Park located in Baker Creek Park in the West Village. The park features a variety of rails and ramps for every skill level and type of sport.


Quesnel has four tennis courts located in West Fraser Timber Park. The courts were completely resurfaced in 2015 and now feature lines for pickleball.