Untouched wilderness, fascinating history and a lively culture make northern B.C. a must-see for RVers.
Northern British Columbia RVing stories
Check out the RVing opportunities in Northern British Columbia
Visit Northern B.C. for an RVing adventure like no other. From its spectacular provincial parks with an abundance of wildlife to fascinating museums and heritage sites, Northern B.C. is the perfect place to adventure, entertain and generally have a good time.
Carolyn Holmes, executive director at Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, B.C., highlights the imaginative, interactive art
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.
Dawson Creek, B.C., has a diverse assortment of things to do within and just outside the city
Come to Prince George to witness the 1,000-year-old cedars, 100-year-old homestead and eight-day music festival
10 exciting things to see and do when embarking on your summer adventure on the Alaska Highway
Tumbler Ridge: come for the waterfalls, stay for the theropods