Mile "0" Rotary Lake Park

Dawson CReek

Park Amenities:
Outdoor Pool

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.

Rotary Lake Park, sometimes called Kinsmen Park, is a popular swimming destination in the region while the Walter Wright Pioneer Village attracts those who would like to take a step back in time touring historical buildings. Both parks share the same entrance off of the Alaska Highway.

Rotary Lake Park provides a full day of activities. Families, couples and children arrive to swim in the man-made lake, lounge in the shade under the looming trees, enjoy a picnic and to watch their children laugh while playing in the playground.

Please check operating hours of the park for access times. Onsite in the park is a changing room and washrooms. But there is no lifeguard. Inside the fenced swimming park is a series of picnic tables and some sitting benches. The park is easily accessible, close to downtown Dawson Creek.

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Mile "0" Rotary Lake Park
Highway 97
Dawson CReek

How To Get ToMile "0" Rotary Lake Park

Travel west on Highway 97, the Alaska Highway, from the community of Dawson Creek towards Fort St. John. Look for a large sign on the outskirts of town marking the park entrance to Mile "0" Rotary Lake Park.
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