Dawson Creek RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Dawson Creek, British Columbia

Dawson Creek is a prime location—you can venture out in any direction and find something of interest close by. The lush camping areas and wildlife viewing opportunities are two of many reasons to set up your RV here, but don't forget to peruse the local parks and stop by the farmers market and art gallery while you're there. 

Dawson Creek, BC

Trip planner: Everything you need to know before RVing or camping in Dawson Creek, BC

Information on camping in Dawson Creek, BC, including tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV campgrounds and more.
The old trestle at Pouce Coupe
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An ancient bridge, a queen’s slough and a railway await in Dawson’s Creek

Dawson Creek, B.C., has a diverse assortment of things to do within and just outside the city

An antique car is shown at the Fort Nelson Historical Museum
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Top 10 reasons to drive the Alaska Highway this summer during its 75th anniversary

10 exciting things to see and do when embarking on your summer adventure on the Alaska Highway

Mile 0 signpost
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The Alaska Highway turns 75 and Canada is doubly as old at 150. Dawson Creek, B.C. will celebrate with a wide array of activities

Dawson Creek is a northern destination perfect for RV camping.
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Dawson Creek is yours to explore

Tour the trails around Dawson Creek and get a firsthand look at the wildlife living there.

Tree swallow at McQueen's Slough
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Birds, beaver, and beauty at McQueen’s Slough

Located  just outside of Dawson Creek, B.C., McQueen’s Slough offers an amazing variety of birding opportunities and features easy to access boardwalks along its perimeter.

Photo courtesy of Dawson Creek Art Gallery
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Top things to see and do in Dawson Creek

Be ready to embrace an RV holiday in this northern destination.

Mile 0 Alaska Highway
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Eat well at Mile O of the Alaska Highway

Dawson Creek was built on agriculture and locally owned restaurants are known for cooking up the best ingredients into tasty treats.

by DaleAnn Shellborn
A view of Lake Koocanusa on a serene morning.
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The Gillard family guide to trouble-free RVing

This family of four shares a few practical pointers they learned the hard way when they upgraded from a tent to a fifth wheel.

by Kimberly Shellborn
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Educational and enticing in Dawson Creek

Learn something new in this northern B.C. travel destination.

U.S. troops arrive in Dawson Creek, B.C., in March 1942
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The Alaska Highway: why and how

The Alaska Highway is a monument to intelligent, mutually beneficial collaboration between the United States and Canada.

Nimitz cattle grazing on tender green grass.
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From farm to farmers market

When you purchase Nimitz meat, you are getting beef holistically raised under the best conditions along the Kiskatinaw River

by Barb Rees
The pioneer village in Dawson Creek, BC
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An intriguing look at local history

Plan a day trip to the Walter Wright Pioneer Village in Dawson Creek, B.C.

A converted grain elelvator at NAR Park in Dawson Creek holds the Dawson Creek Art Gallery.
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Something for everyone at Dawson Creek

Whether you want to explore or relax, Dawson Creek is the perfect stop with an art gallery, historic tours, or lakes and paths to discover.

A couple look at the Mile 0 cairn for the Alaska Highway, found in Dawson Creek.
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Don’t miss Dawson Creek

Local Samantha Gibeault has lots of suggestions for those who are set to discover the northern city that holds Alaska Highway’s Mile 0, among other attractions.

2014 Alaska Caravan map
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2014 Alaska Caravan

The great thing about a caravan is having guides who know the area and can showcase the best there is to see in each community: entertainment, attractions, campgrounds and restaurants.

by Duane Pilson
The breathtaking view of the magnificent Peace River Valley at the south end of 100th St. in Fort St. John, BC.
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Amateur and professional photographers alike find peace in the Peace Region

Photograph the Peace River Valley, Dawson Creek, Bullmoose Marshes, Quality Falls and all that’s in between.


RV-friendly businesses near Dawson Creek