LeBourdais Park is Quesnel's main city park, located in North Quesnel. Its facilities include picnic tables, a childrens' playground, water spray park, a band stand and a little league baseball diamond. LeBourdais Park is also home to the Quesnel Museum, heritage rose garden, the Visitor Information Centre and the Billy Barker Days Society building. Bordering the park is the Pioneer Cemetery, the Twin Arenas and the Quesnel Curling Rink. LeBourdais Park was named after Louis LeBourdais, who represented this area in B.C.'s Legislative Assembly in Victoria. His gravestone is found in Pioneer Cemetery.