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Northern British Columbia stretches from towering Mount Robson in the east to Haida Gwaii (formerly the Queen Charlotte Islands) in the west and is a vast wilderness of grizzly bears, pristine glaciers, ancient totems and raw rugged beauty. Tis is a land where outdoor recreation is a certainty and where alpine mountains and crystal clear lakes offer everything from helicopter skiing to salmon fishing. Visitors come here to golf, go horseback riding, hike the many trails, experience alpine and cross-country skiing and more. Northern British Columbia has an abundance of wildlife – some very rare including the Kermode or spirit bear and Stone’s sheep. To experience true wilderness like no other destination, plan a trip to Northern British Columbia.


The Great Northern Circle Tour This spectacular road odyssey in Northern British Columbia takes you through untamed wilderness and stunning mountain ranges unique to this immense region. Plan for eight to fourteen days of adventure on this 2,632 km (1,635 mi) trip, as you drive on the Yellowhead (Highway 16) Northern British Columbia’s east-west corridor, north on the Stewart Cassiar (Highway 37) which cuts through the stunning Coast Mountains, and finally southeast on the legendary Alaska Highway (Highway 97) – with its historic towns surrounded by dramatic landscape. Pristine fishing lakes and rivers, relaxing campsites and resorts, and spontaneous wildlife encounters are highlights, with natural and historical attractions along the route.


More Information: www.travel-british-columbia.com


Cameron Lake Campground


Tel: (250) 783-9154 Web: www.hudsonshope.ca


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Fort Fraser Piper’s Glen Resort Tel: (250) 690-7565 E-Mail: pipersglen@uniserve.com Web: www.pipersglenresort.com


14108 Hwy 16 E., Fort Fraser BC V0J 1N0 It’s just viewtiful! Overlooking Fraser Lake with lakeview sites and cabins. Tent sites, full and partial hookups, long pull-thrus, firepits, carved bear, free showers. Lake access, with pedal boat and kayak rentals. Good fishing! Rainbow trout and char. Close to Fraser Mountain hiking trail. Located between Fraser Lake and Fort Fraser on Hwy 16. Weekly and monthly rates available. CP 7 days. Open: May - Sep. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 2 Persons Unserviced $22 Serviced $26-$30 Tenting $22 Add’l Adult $3 Child 13 years. ** See lodging listing page 57.


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Hudson’s Hope


Alwin Holland Campground Tel: (250) 783-9154 Web: www.hudsonshope.ca


3 kms south of Hudson’s Hope off Hwy 29,


Hudson’s Hope BC V0C 1V0 With walking access to the Peace River you can spend the day fishing, painting, picnicking or taking photos of the unique Teapot Islands. Search for that perfect river rock or simply enjoy the scenery. Open: May - Sep. ** Rates: Per Unit Unserviced $20 Tenting $20 Add’l Unit $15.


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24 kms south of Hudson’s Hope off Hwy 29, Hudson’s Hope BC V0C 1V0 Cameron Lake is one of the few lakes in the area that offers good swimming during the summer months. As it does not allow motorized vessels, it provides a more relaxed and tranquil atmosphere to enjoy. Open: May - Sep. ** Rates: Per Unit Unserviced $20 Tenting $20 Add’l Unit $15.


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Dinosaur Lake Campground Tel: (250) 783-9154 Web: www.hudsonshope.ca


7 kms south of Hudson’s Hope off Hwy 29,


Hudson’s Hope BC V0C 1V0 Bring your boat and head upstream to the foot of the WAC Bennett Dam to look for eagles. Keep your eyes open for the abundant wildlife on the hills, beaver and fish in the lake. Open: May - Sep. ** Rates: Per Unit Unserviced $20 Tenting $20 Add’l Unit $15.


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King Gething Campground Tel: (250) 783-9154 Web: www.hudsonshope.ca


Located at the south entrance to Hudson’s Hope,


Hudson’s Hope BC V0C 1V0 Located in “downtown” Hudson’s Hope. Walk to the outdoor pool, enjoy a picnic, check out our Museum or Visitor Info Centre or play at Beattie Park. Discover what Hudson’s Hope has to offer. Open: May - Sep. ** Rates: Per Unit Unserviced $20 Tenting $20 Add’l Unit $15.


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McBride


Beaverview RV Park & Campground


Tel: (250) 569-2513 Web: www.beaverviewpark.com


2435 Hwy 16 E., McBride BC V0J 2E0 2 km east of McBride on Hwy 16 between Prince George and Jasper. Beautiful, quiet, all grass RV Park with majestic mountain views. Long pull-thrus with 30 amp power & water. Back-ins with 20 amp & firepit. Tent sites, sani-dump. Spotless washrooms with free hot showers, laundry, free WiFi. Easy access from the Hwy. Reservations accepted. Open: May 1 - Sep 30. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 2 Persons Serviced $35 (power/water) Tenting $20-$24 Add’l Adult $3 Child 12 & Over $3. Pets on leash.


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Prince George & Area


Blue Cedars RV Park & Campground


Tel: (250) 964-7272 Toll: 1-888-964-7271 E-Mail: parkhost@bluecedarsRVpark.com Web: http://bluecedarsrvpark.com


4433 Kimball Rd., Prince George BC V2N 5N7 Country camping in the city. Close to


shopping and wilderness. Best hiking trails start at entrance. Coin laundry. Showers included in rates. Large pull-thru sites. Limited winter camping. Open All Year. ** Rates: Check website.


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Super Camping - Northern British Columbia


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