Quesnel BC, Canada is located on the shores of the Quesnel and Fraser Rivers. This is Ranchland Country - part grasslands, forests, wetlands and lakes. There is a history here too. A history of the First Nations people and the "Gold Rush" era. Welcome to "Gold Pan City".
Activities most enjoyed in Quesnel and the surrounding areas include fishing, hiking, mountain biking, cycling, canoeing, atving, golfing, backpacking, horseback riding, camping, wildlife watching, river kayaking and history touring.
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing park, lake and trail destinations located in and around Quesnel, British Columbia include the Bowron Lake Paddle Route, McLeese Lake, Forestry Lookout Tower, Jubilee Trail, Hangman Springs Trail, River Trail, Deserters Creek Trail, Yellowhawk Trail, Dragon Mountain Trail and the 400+ kilometre long Alexander MacKenzie Heritage Trail.
The most visited sightseeing attractions, art galleries, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Quesnel, British Columbia include the Highway 26 - The Heritage Highway, Barkerville Historic Homestead, Cottonwood Heritage Site, Quesnel & District Museum & Archives, Quesnel Art Gallery, Shiraoi House and the Community of Wells, BC.
Travel services important to travelers in and around the community of Quesnel, BC includes accommodations (hotels, motels, inns, vacation homes, cottages, resorts, lodges, bed and breakfast, rental suites, hostels), tours, guides, campgrounds, pubs, restaurants, gas stations, gift stores, liquor stores, grocery stores, coffee shops, cell service, internet, banks and transportation services including taxi, bus and the Quesnel Regional Airport.