Fort St. John, B.C., is well-known as an oil-patch town, or as a rest stop along the Alaska Highway. It should also be known, however, as a great destination for all things water. Here are some of the great water-based things to do in Fort St. John.
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The largest city in Northeast BC, Fort St. John is just a short drive away from a plethora of fishing, hiking and other outdoor activities. There are provincial parks to explore, vast walking trails through BC wilderness, and golfers will be thrilled with the three courses nearby. Scroll down on our Fort St. John landing page for extensive information on tourist attractions, visitor information, sani-dumps, RV dealers, campsites and more.
The Pioneer Pathway Walking Tour and Fish Creek Community Forest Trails will keep the whole family entertained all within Fort St. John.
The North Peace Cultural Centre is the perfect launching point for artistic pursuits.
RVers may find themselves in perfect harmony with Fort St. John.
Two local writers share the best of Fort St. John.