Fort Nelson, BC Parks, Trails & Places 
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The river park is situated under the peaks of Steamboat Mountain. It is a campground, day use area and recreation destination for activities like fishing, hiking, camping, picnicking, horseback riding and sightseeing.
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Highway 97
Fort Nelson
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The Andy Bailey Regional Park is a campground, day use area and recreation destination for activities like fishing, canoeing, camping, picnicking and birdwatching.
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Highway 97
Fort Nelson
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The second section to this historic driving route travels 539 kilometres (335 miles) from Fort Nelson, BC to Watson Lake in the Yukon Territories.
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Alaska Highway 97
Fort Nelson
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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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Alaska Highway
Dawson Creek
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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
Dawson Creek
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The most visited destination in the park is Summit Lake. The lake is a popular stop for travelers who are exploring the Alaska Highway as there is a campground, boat launch, pit toilets, picnic tables and many hiking trails.
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Fort Nelson
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The milky green color of Muncho Lake attracts allot of attention. The green hue is due to the millions of tiny rock fragments deposited by glaciers. Many activities are enjoyed in the Muncho Lake Provincial Park. Some of the activities include canoeing, fishing, sightseeing, rving, boating, ...
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Alaska Highway
Fort Nelson
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Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park is located east of the community of Watson Lake, Yukon Territory on the British Columbia side of the Alaska Highway. The park features a campground, wildlife sightings and two natural hot springs. Together they are the largest hot springs in Canada!
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Liard River

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