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.

Two Rivers Gallery has the appearance of steep sand banks that climb up to a higher bank.
Prince George

Two Rivers Gallery makes for one dynamic outing in Prince George, B.C.

Carolyn Holmes, executive director at Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, B.C., highlights the imaginative, interactive art

Peace River from above.
Fort St. John

Head up Peace River—All the way to Fort St. John

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.

The Alberta Aviation Museum in Edmonton, Alberta, is full of Canadian aircraft.
The Battlefords

5 things to do along Highway 16

The Yellowhead Highway spans four provinces and includes over a dozen places worthy of exploration

This hole on the Poplar Hills Golf & Country Club in Fort Nelson is lined with trees and has a water hazard.
Fort Nelson

Hit the greens in Fort Nelson

Poplar Hills Golf & Country Club attracts golfers to Fort Nelson.

people dressed up standing in an art gallery
Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek will charm you

You've been invited on a northern excursion you won't soon forget.

A caribou standing beside a lake with snowy mountains all around.
Fort Nelson

Activities and artifacts in beautiful Fort Nelson

This hospitable northern destination has so much to offer RVers.

The old trestle at Pouce Coupe
Dawson Creek

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

This iconic Prince George figure greets people at the junction of Highways 16 and 97.
Prince George

Is Prince George of B.C. greater than Prince George of Cambridge?

Come to Prince George to witness the 1,000-year-old cedars, 100-year-old homestead and eight-day music festival

Antique cars and trucks are parked at the Fort Nelson Heritage Museum, which offers visitors a chance to learn about the building of the Alaska highway.
Fort Nelson

Fort Nelson’s museum is a must-see

The Fort Nelson Heritage Museum includes an antique car and truck collection as well as displays on the building of the Alaska Highway.

This mountain goat on a pedestal keeps watch over downtown Smithers, B.C.
Smithers

Smithers in summer

Smithers, B.C., has a growing reputation for friendliness and abundant cultural and recreational options.

An antique car is shown at the Fort Nelson Historical Museum
Dawson Creek

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
Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek dossier

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

The B.C. Provincial Police Barracks is part of the historic buildings at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum.
Fort St. John

Where’s the queen’s beef? Fort St. John

The makeup of Fort St. John has shapeshifted over the years—learn all about this historic city while celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary

Vanderhoof offers its share of hiking trails and other outdoor attractions.
Vanderhoof

Wild and wonderful Vanderhoof

Hiking in Vanderhoof is bound to bring out your inner adventurer.

Kinuseo Falls is the main highlight of a trip to Tumbler Ridge
Tumbler Ridge

Dinosaurs chasing waterfalls—yep, you’re in Tumbler Ridge

Tumbler Ridge: come for the waterfalls, stay for the theropods 

Dawson Creek is a northern destination perfect for RV camping.
Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek is yours to explore

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


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