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Smithers RVing stories
Check out the RVing opportunities in Smithers, British Columbia
The regional service area for the Bulkley Valley, Smithers is a diverse community with a lot going on. The town has a ton of character, an alpine theme and creative residents—as evidenced by its thriving arts scene.
If you want friendly faces and a peaceful place to stay at the end of a long day’s travel, welcome to Smithers, B.C.
Seasons in the Valley is a restaurant operated by a mother-and-son team with a menu dictated by available produce and great taste.
Learning about the rich past of Smithers in northern B.C. is easy to do, thanks to its Culture Crawl. This self-paced tour will take you around the alpine-themed downtown, a stunning garden, interesting buildings and a selection of pleasantly surprising displays.
People who visit Smithers for the outdoor recreation are generally pleased to find that the town fits right in with its spectacular surroundings. Alpine Al, a statue of a man blowing an alpine horn, welcomes visitors to come discover this town's vibrant spirit.
Driftwood Canyon Provincial Park near Smithers is not only an amazing destination with samples of ancient fossils for visitors to enjoy. It has also been a source of inspiration to local author Sheila Peters.