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Where Should We Stay in Prince Rupert?
If you've been thinking about a vacation with your kids, Prince Rupert is a good choice. The whale watching, museums, and parks are just a few things that make this an attractive vacation destination for families. Arrange a flight into Prince Rupert, BC (YPR), which is located 5.9 mi (9.5 km) from the city center. Prince Rupert has 10 kid-friendly hotels and other accommodations so you'll have a variety of options when you're deciding where to stay.
Vacationing families have good things to say about these accommodations:
Huckleberry Cottage - Offers in-room kitchens, free parking, and free cooked-to-order breakfast. Guests like the central location and breakfast options at this 3.5-star vacation home.
Enchanted Rainforest B&B - Features free parking, free breakfast, and babysitting services. This bed & breakfast is rated 3 stars.
Moby Dick Inn - Offers a restaurant, free parking, and laundry facilities. Guests like the clean rooms and central location at this 2-star hotel.
Black Rooster Guesthouse - Features free parking, free breakfast, and laundry facilities. The overall comfort and clean rooms make this 3-star bed & breakfast popular with guests.
When Should We Visit Prince Rupert?
You're probably hoping for good weather for your family vacation. You can use these tips to plan when to grab the kids and head to Prince Rupert.
- Hottest months: August, July, September, and June, with an average temperature of 61°F
- Coldest months: January, February, December, and March, with an average temperature of 30°F
- Driest months: June, July, May, and April, with an average rainfall of 0.19 inches
- Rainiest months: November, October, December, and January, with an average rainfall of 0.41 inches
What Should We See and Do in Prince Rupert?
While you and your family are staying in Prince Rupert, you might want to visit some family-friendly attractions such as Lester Centre of the Arts, Digby Island Ferry Terminal, and Totem Park. Make sure you have lots of time for activities like Alaska Ferry Terminal and Kwinitsa Station Railway Museum.Prince Rupert is also known for its:
- Whale watching
Getting Around Prince Rupert
If you want to venture outside of the area, hop on a train at Prince Rupert Station. Prince Rupert may not have many public transit options to choose from so consider a car rental to maximize your time.