Fort St. John
Packages in Fort St. John
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Fort St. John Vacation Packages
Fort St. John Vacation Packages
Guests in this Northern British Columbia destination share space with the approximately 17,000 residents who live here.
Fort St. John is located about 2100 miles west of the capital city of Ottawa and 7 miles southeast of Charlie Lake.
Among the most family-friendly attractions around Fort St. John are Tumbler Ridge Community Centre and Rotary Lake.
For fresh air and relaxation, visit one or two of the leafy parklands here. Dinosaur Lake Park and the Tumbler Ridge Dinosaur Footprints are two of the best choices for locals and visitors. Tumbler Point Trail and Chetwynd Chainsaw Carvings are the other popular outdoor options in the area.
Fort St. John Visitor Information Centre is just one example of the good visitor centers in the Fort St. John area. Another couple of good sites are W.A.C. Bennett Dam Visitor Centre and Peace Canyon Dam Visitor Centre.
Grab a friend and explore some of the varied cultural institutions in the area. Savor the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at the North Peace Museum and the Hudson's Hope Museum. The Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation and the Mackenzie & District Museum are a couple more that are worth considering.
Artistic expression is a compelling part of human beings. Take a trip to the Dawson Creek Art Gallery and explore this world of creation.
See the Little Prairie Heritage Museum and learn about the history of Fort St. John. Walk through the collection's relaxed corridors and get a glimpse of the artifacts waiting for you to discover.
This destination celebrates its past by preserving a selection of its historic places, such as Walter Wright Pioneer Village and the North Peace Cultural Centre.
Every educational institution has its own character and history, and the Northern Lights College-Fort St. John is certainly no exception. An influential part of the Fort St. John landscape, it makes an interesting excursion for anyone who ever has been, or will be, a student.
Wander through Totem Mall if you love shopping and watching the locals go by. Check out what the locals shop for and purchase some unique souvenirs for friends and family.
A great way to experience the natural areas around this area is to grab your golf bag and head to the region's top golf courses. Plan a visit to the Tumbler Ridge Golf and Country Club or the Dawson Creek Golf & Country Club. If one day just isn't enough, it's also worth taking the time to enjoy the Fort St. John Links Golf Course.
The region offers a few ski resorts where you can partake in a wide range of outdoor winter activities. Whether you select Powder King Mountain Resort or Bear Mountain Ski Hill, you will definitely have an enjoyable day.
Accommodation in Fort St. John
You can find 28 Fort St. John hotels by checking out Expedia's up-to-date Fort St. John hotels page.
Kick-off your search for the dream Fort St. John stay by looking into the latest offers at the lovely Holiday Inn Express & Suites Dawson Creek, at 12217 4Th St, and the Northern Grand Hotel, at 9830 100 Ave. If those don't fit the bill, make sure you check out the Comfort Inn, at 1200 Alaska Ave, and the Stonebridge Hotel Fort St. John, at 9223 100 Street, two of the cheaper options in town.