Chetwynd RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Chetwynd, British Columbia

This Northern B.C. community has a unique character. You will love the local nature trails and camping spots, and you can even tour the WAC Bennett Dam. Chetwynd also hosts the International Chainsaw Carving Championships, and you can see examples of these intricate pieces of art throughout the town. Scroll down on our Chetwynd landing page for extensive information on tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV dealers, campsites and more.

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
View of bridge and rail crossing in autumn colours at Pine River near Chetwynd, B.C.

Lakes, trails and chainsaw carvings

Despite being less than 100 years old, the District of Chetwynd highlights the timeless beauty of ancient floodplains, virgin mountains and clear lakes while also attracting a bevy of local and international visitors wishing to admire the modern art of chainsaw sculpture.

by Trina Ayling
View of lake with misty clouds in the background.

It’s summer playtime in Chetwynd

Visitors to Chetwynd, B.C., can explore the great outdoors or take in the annual Chainsaw Carving Championship or the Let ‘Er Rip! country music festival. 

wooden carvings of bears under a welcome to Chetwynd sign

Top things to see and do in Chetwynd

Chetwynd, known for its friendly residents, rolling hills and crystal-clear lakes and rivers, is located on the eastern slope of the beautiful Rocky Mountains.

by Karen Kornelsen

Chetwynd - A long life in the Rocky Mountains

Today, visitors to Chetwynd, B.C., can expect to find an established community nestled in the foothills of the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains; it is a place rich in both recreational activities and art.


Hike to your heart’s content

Chetwynd is known as the gateway to Peace River Country and the community provides access to a plethora of hiking trails, wildflowers and wildlife.
by Kali Love

RV-friendly businesses near Chetwynd