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Quesnel is a small city of about 10481 people in British Columbia on the bank of the Fraser River. The town got its start via its location on the Cariboo Wagon Road which transported thousands of prospectors seeking their fortunes during the Cariboo Gold Rush. Today the city is supported by the forestry industry.
•Quesnel Museum The Quesnel Museum is situated on the Cariboo Gold Rush Trail (Highway 97) in LeBourdais Park at the south entrance to Quesnel's city center, across from the BC Rail Station.
•Arts & Recreation Centre Address: 500 North Star Road Quesnel B.C., V2J 5P6 Phone: (250) 992-8200 Aquatic Centre: The Quesnel and District Arts and Recreation Centre features a family friendly aquatic facility. Whether you are using the facility for fitness, family fun or just to relax and unwind, the facility offers something for everyone. Arts Centre The Arts Centre is active year round with performing and visual arts programs and exhibits. The Quesnel Art Gallery exhibits the work of regional artists. The Centre is also home to a Pottery Room and Dance Studios.