Penny Historical Society

Willow River, British Columbia

Penny Red Mountain Cabin summer (room for 8)

About Penny Historical Society

There are two ways to access Penny by road. One is to take the turnoff from highway 16 about 21km east of Prince Geroge at the Giscome, Upper Fraser turnoff. This road winds through Ferdale, Willow River, Giscome, Eaglet Lake, Newlands, Aleza Lake, Upper Fraser across the new Hansard bridge on the Fraser river then on to Sinclair Mills, Longworth, then arrives at Penny (this route is kept open all year but check you weather report and go prepared. The second route is to take highway 16 East from Prince George to the Penny Access Road (about 100km), which leads you to the Fraser River landing at Penny, which is crossed by boat in the summer and is crossed over the ice in the winter

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Penny Red Mountain Cabin summer (room for 8)

Penny Red Mountain Cabin summer (room for 8)

Penny Red Mountain Cabin winter (room for 8)

Penny Red Mountain Cabin winter (room for 8)

Prices

Penny Cabin -Beds

View from Red Mountian and Green peak in the Rockie Mountian Penny,BC
There are room for up to 6 people a night, so are counted as bed spaces.
10$ per person per night.


Penny Historical Society Features

The cabin was extensively renovated by the PGBRS in 2005 under the approval of government and with the consent of PHCA as long as it remains under the responsibility of the PHCA for maintenance. Since 2005, both PHCA and PGBRS have been maintaining the cabin.

The cabin has beds, foamies, and bedding for 6 persons, the maximum.


Penny Historical Society Attractions

View from Red Mountian and Green peak in the Rockie Mountian Penny,BC