Dawson Creek, BC Parks, Trails & Places 
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Alaska Highway is a historic, scenic and globally recognized driving route when traveling through British Columbia, Canada and the Yukon Territories. The highway follows a scenic 2,451 kilometre (1523 mi.) paved road from Mile "0" in Dawson Creek, BC and ends in Delta Junction, Alaska, U.S.A.
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Alaska Highway from Dawson Creek to Fort Nelson in British Columbia, Canada. It is a total distance of 482 kilometres (300 miles). It is a forested route with rolling hills, mountain views and possible wildlife sightings.
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Dawson Trail is a year-round community walking path connecting various parks and areas of the community together. The pathway is a 4.5 kilometre route used by walkers, joggers, bikers, roller bladders and, even, golf carts in the summer and cross country skiers and snowshoers in the winter months.
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Kiskatinaw Provincial Park is a small remote provincial park and campground resting on the banks of the Kiskatinaw River in a deep forested valley just north of Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada.
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The park is a network of easy-grade trails looping together exploring eco systems in a forest arboretum. The trail system is lined with some sitting benches and interpretive signs describing the various sections of the forest's eco systems.
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The park is home to many attractions and exhibits too. There is plenty to see outside and inside. Outside there is a monument, a statue, a railway car and some real unique structures like the Dawson Creek Station Museum and Art Gallery buildings.
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Built in 1942-43 the high banked, curved bridge is an engineering wonder extending 162 metres (534 feet) across. The structure is a called a three span, timber truss bridge and extends about 30 metres (100 feet) above the Kiskatinaw River.
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Peace Park is a place of reflection for some as it is a memorial park. For others, the flutter of the three flags and the rumblings of the creek is what draws them to the sitting benches in the park. For some, the picnic tables and rainbow colors of the flower gardens draws them to the area.
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The village is a collection of buildings, artifacts and stories dating back to the early 1900's providing a quick glimpse into the lives and hardships of the early pioneers, miners and trappers.
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Mile "0" Rotary Lake Park is a recreation and historical destination park situated on the Alaska Highway located in the community of Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada. The park is home to a small man-made swimming lake, playground, campground and a historical pioneer village.
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Established in 1918, the park is British Columbia's third oldest park attracting people to the region who enjoy swimming, canoeing, camping, boating, fishing and birdwatching.
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