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. The treed park covers over 54 hectares and is best known for its fantastic views of the Kiskatinaw curved bridge on the Old Alaska Hwy and camping.
The remote park destination is heavily forested with the bulk of the forest being balsam, white spruce and aspen trees. The small campground rests on the banks of the river. The day use area is found on the high banks of the river just before driving into the campsite area.
The day use area includes a small playground, sandbox, horseshoe pits and pit toilets. Near the day use area is a grass section with a few picnic tables and an interpretive sign about the bridge. From the campsites or from the day use area there is plenty of opportunity to access the river. This is good because from the river, travelers can see the famous Kiskatinaw Curved Wooden Bridge.
The park is a destination also for fishing. A short hiking trail leads from the campsites to the base of the famous curved bridge. In the fishing season it is not uncommon to see people casting a line out onto the river from the trail fishing for trout. Be aware that the trail and park is also a path for wildlife like elk, bear and moose.