Fort St. John adventures, attractions, accommodations and sigtseeing opportunities in BC Canada. Fort Saint John is located on the banks of North America's longest river system (the Mackenzie-Peace Rivers), as well as, it is one of the communities on the historical roadtripping route known as the Alaska Highway. To some of us it is referred to as the "Highway of Motorhomes"., but that is another story. However, it still tells you a lot about the scenery. This is good news for travelers as the community of Fort St. John is a commercial and industrial centre for the northern region.
Things to do in Fort St. John and some of the outdoor adventures, activities and natural attractions are steller. Bring your outdoor toys and get ready to enjoy some Fort St. John BC adventures while enjoying some golfing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, off roading, cycling, day trips, canoeing, wildlife watching, birding (birdwatching), swimming during the summer months. Consequently, in the winter, one can enjoy snowmobiling, ice fishing, and snowshoeing.
There are Fort St. John BC parks and trails and... then there are Fort St. John wilderness and backcountry areas. Very different park and trail experiences. Some of the outlying wilderness areas and local Fort St. John activity and sightseeing destinations includes Fish Creek Park, Centennial Park, Charlie Lake and Beatton Park. Off grid adventure destinations, please do your research and have the right gear.
The best place to get a taste of Fort St. John BC Canada history is at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum. If art and culture are more your thing when visiting Fort Saint John BC then make your way to the North Peace Cultural Centre. When going for a casual stroll or stretching your legs take a gander down the Heritage Kiosk Walking Tour. In conclusion, for those of you road tripping and taking in the Alaska Highway, stay on it and keep going after a stay in Fort St. John.
The Fort St. John places to stay in and around the area includes accommodations like fly in fishing lodges, outfitter camps, motels, bed and breakfasts, vacation homes, resorts, cottages, cabins, campgrounds. Fly fishing is big in these woods so ther are some fishing tours and guides servicing Northern BC. Then in the community of Fort St. John there are services including , restaurants, laundromat, coffee shops, grocery stores, pubs, liquor stores, gas stations, gift stores, big box stores, and transportation services including taxi, bus, marina, floatplanes and the Fort St. John Regional Airport.