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Northen Woods and Water Highway

Northern Woods & Water


Highway




Western Canada’s Holiday Highway




Winnipeg, Manitoba to Dawson Creek, BC

Manitoba Winnipeg

Winnipeg is the eastern star ng point of the Northern
Woods & Water Highway. Start northwest out of the city
Flin on Highway 6.
Flon

Point of Interest
The
Pas
4 km from the start
of Hwy 6 is a Cairn
Canada’s Holiday Highway commemora ng
the establishment
Swan of the Northern
River Woods & Water
xperience a holiday with a difference, travel the Highway.
Northern Woods and Water Highway. Any type
Eof outdoor adventure you desire can be found Dauphin Grosse isle
along this route. Leisurely travel between the many
campsites which range from primi ve to fully serviced, 13 km north of junc on Highways
#6 & 101. Popula on 500. The
close to the highway or far back in the bush. It will be just The beauty you will encounter, in the ever changing
the medicine you need to "get away from it all". panorama of farm fields with their varied crops, the Winnipeg Prairie Dog Express Train, runs
While most of the route is paved, some gravel s ll exists parkland region with poplar brush and meadow through between Winnipeg and Grosse Isle
on the Saskatchewan por on; from the Manitoba border to the heavier forested areas with abundant wildlife, large on Sundays. There is a Market
Garden set up at the train sta on.
west to near Carrot River. This por on is a prime area for or small, will be remembered for a long me.
encountering some of the wildlife of the region. Take your camera and capture memories of birds and Warren
You will be able to partake in water sports on beaches
animals you seldom see in more crowded areas. Popula on 750. Home of one of the last wooden grain elevators.
that are spacious and unclu ered. You can fish for the All this and more is
elusive "big ones" in any number of the lakes and rivers awai ng you on your Woodlands
along the way. trip along the
When you require something to make your trip more Northern Woods Popula on of 250. It has a Pioneer Museum.
enjoyable, the businesses in the small communi es along and Water
the way will be happy to serve you and can provide Highway. Relax St. Laurent
almost any necessity. The friendliness of the people you
and enjoy your Popula on 1450, has public beaches, seasonal campsites,
meet and deal with cannot be envisioned unless you are me on the several stores, restaurants, and gas sta ons. There is a 9
used to traveling the rural areas. They will endear Holiday Highway. hole golf course located just south and west of the
themselves to you along with their unhurried lifestyle. community. A great place for kids to learn the game. Gros
Arbre (big tree) Park and Meindl Park provide access to
Lake Manitoba for boa ng, swimming, wind surfing,
Woodlands Museum
fishing. There is a boat launch at Meindl Park. St Laurent is
one of Manitoba’s largest Me s communi es. Come enjoy
Content Me s Days at the end of July/August long weekend. There
is a market on weekends.
M.T.T.
Manitoba ...................................................................... 3
Saskatchewan ............................................................... 8 Service
Alberta .......................................................................... 11 GAS -
BC ................................................................................. 20 RESTAURANT
Schedule of Events & Historical Sites............................. 25 12 ROOM MOTEL
Fishing & Boa ng .......................................................... 26 LIQUOR VENDOR - LOUNGE
Camping ........................................................................ 28
Golfing .......................................................................... 30 24 Hour Service
The Northern Woods & Water Highway Guide is published and copyrighted by Hwy #6 & Twin Beach Road
Victory Business & Municipal Consul ng Inc Box 1012, Black Diamond, Alberta
T0L 0H0, working in conjunc on with the Northern Woods & Water Highway Gros Arbre (big tree) Park, St Laurent St. Laurent Lake Manitoba near St. Laurent
Associa on.
2 3

Manitoba Winnipeg

Winnipeg is the eastern star ng point of the Northern
Woods & Water Highway. Start northwest out of the city
Flin on Highway 6.
Flon

Point of Interest
The
Pas
4 km from the start
of Hwy 6 is a Cairn
Canada’s Holiday Highway commemora ng
the establishment
Swan of the Northern
River Woods & Water
xperience a holiday with a difference, travel the Highway.
Northern Woods and Water Highway. Any type
Eof outdoor adventure you desire can be found Dauphin Grosse isle
along this route. Leisurely travel between the many
campsites which range from primi ve to fully serviced, 13 km north of junc on Highways
#6 & 101. Popula on 500. The
close to the highway or far back in the bush. It will be just The beauty you will encounter, in the ever changing
the medicine you need to "get away from it all". panorama of farm fields with their varied crops, the Winnipeg Prairie Dog Express Train, runs
While most of the route is paved, some gravel s ll exists parkland region with poplar brush and meadow through between Winnipeg and Grosse Isle
on the Saskatchewan por on; from the Manitoba border to the heavier forested areas with abundant wildlife, large on Sundays. There is a Market
Garden set up at the train sta on.
west to near Carrot River. This por on is a prime area for or small, will be remembered for a long me.
encountering some of the wildlife of the region. Take your camera and capture memories of birds and Warren
You will be able to partake in water sports on beaches
animals you seldom see in more crowded areas. Popula on 750. Home of one of the last wooden grain elevators.
that are spacious and unclu ered. You can fish for the All this and more is
elusive "big ones" in any number of the lakes and rivers awai ng you on your Woodlands
along the way. trip along the
When you require something to make your trip more Northern Woods Popula on of 250. It has a Pioneer Museum.
enjoyable, the businesses in the small communi es along and Water
the way will be happy to serve you and can provide Highway. Relax St. Laurent
almost any necessity. The friendliness of the people you
and enjoy your Popula on 1450, has public beaches, seasonal campsites,
meet and deal with cannot be envisioned unless you are me on the several stores, restaurants, and gas sta ons. There is a 9
used to traveling the rural areas. They will endear Holiday Highway. hole golf course located just south and west of the
themselves to you along with their unhurried lifestyle. community. A great place for kids to learn the game. Gros
Arbre (big tree) Park and Meindl Park provide access to
Lake Manitoba for boa ng, swimming, wind surfing,
Woodlands Museum
fishing. There is a boat launch at Meindl Park. St Laurent is
one of Manitoba’s largest Me s communi es. Come enjoy
Content Me s Days at the end of July/August long weekend. There
is a market on weekends.
M.T.T.
Manitoba ...................................................................... 3
Saskatchewan ............................................................... 8 Service
Alberta .......................................................................... 11 GAS -
BC ................................................................................. 20 RESTAURANT
Schedule of Events & Historical Sites............................. 25 12 ROOM MOTEL
Fishing & Boa ng .......................................................... 26 LIQUOR VENDOR - LOUNGE
Camping ........................................................................ 28
Golfing .......................................................................... 30 24 Hour Service
The Northern Woods & Water Highway Guide is published and copyrighted by Hwy #6 & Twin Beach Road
Victory Business & Municipal Consul ng Inc Box 1012, Black Diamond, Alberta
T0L 0H0, working in conjunc on with the Northern Woods & Water Highway Gros Arbre (big tree) Park, St Laurent St. Laurent Lake Manitoba near St. Laurent
Associa on.
2 3

Lundar Eriksdale Duck Mountain Provincial Park

Popula on 1351. World's One of the Inter-Lakes regions unique a rac ons are the Duck Mountain Provincial Park is one Mountain is the highest point in muskellunge, brook, speckled,
Largest Canada Goose! Twice numerous murals decora ng the community. The of the most scenic spots in Manitoba. Manitoba and yet from the west they rainbow, brown and lake trout,
weekly Farmers Market at the museum has the only creamery remaining in Manitoba. Approached from the east they are a gentle rise in the landscape. kokanee salmon, splake, arc c char,
goose. There is a museum. The appear to be high eleva on, Baldy The park has a wilderness flavor with whitefish and smallmouth bass
Agricultural Fair is the 2nd lots of lakes and few roads. The thick forest provides a good
weekend in June. Check out There are four campgrounds and habitat for all types of wildlife,
the 3 km Beach Marsh Trail. several picnic areas which provide including elk, moose, white-tailed
Great for bird watching with the opportunity for a true wilderness deer, black bear, fox, lynx, coyote and
over 100 different species in get-away. mber wolf as well as the smaller
the area. It starts at the campgrounds at Lundar Prov. Park. The 73 glacial lakes provide excellent animals like: woodchuck, porcupine,
The Narrows Ste Rose du Lac canoeing, swimming as well as rabbits and squirrels.
fishing for a large variety of natural
Remember to bring your camera to
A change in direc on, turning westward through the Popula on 1023. and stocked species including: capture some of the wilderness to
Lake Manitoba Narrows. Plenty of opportunity to There is a well walleye, northern pike, perch, share with your friends back home.
relax and get some water me. known landmark in
an authen c
replica of the Pine River
famous Notre Cowan
Dame de Lourdes Popula on of 150. Known for trout Located at the
Gro o. Dollard Park on the banks of the fishing at it's best, try the North Pine junc on of
River. It has trout that will test your
Ochre River Turtle River, has overnight camping. skills. Pine River is halfway between Highways #20

Located halfway between Ste. Rose du Lac and Dauphin Dauphin and Swan River. and #10. Cowan
is called the
Dauphin at the junc on on Highway 20 and 5. Dauphin, popula on of 8,251. Lean back and smell the crisp Blueberry Capital
Rainbow Beach Prov. Park is a great place to stop scentof spruce and poplar trees, lay back and snooze in the comfort of Manitoba.
and enjoy some beach me.
of wood smoke from your campfire, or take a walk, enjoy our local
heritage or browse through our bou ques. The choice of experience Minitonas
is yours.
Dauphin has a great Popula on 522. Hwy
variety of recrea on, 366 runs through town
public ameni es and to Duck Mountain Prov.
tourism a rac ons Park. Louisiana Pacific
for its residents and operates an OSB plant
visitors alike. east of town.
Dauphin hosts
many concerts
including a large Swan River
Winnipegosis Ukrainian Fes val. Swan River and the valley in which it is located
Come join us this
surrounded by a series of lakes in either direc on which
Travelling north from Dauphin on Highway 20 summer: offer great swimming and camping opportuni es. Wildlife
and located on the west shore of Lake abounds in its natural habitat providing superb year round
Winnipegosis. Home to an inland commercial photography. The Swan Valley Museum is a great place to
Ethelbert visit and the last weekend of July is established for the
fishery. There is a campground and beach.
Located 59 km north of Dauphin on Highway 10 at the junc on Northwest Roundup rodeo event.
of Highway #269 from Winnipegosis. Popula on is 354. The Birch River
Ethelbert Community Park has camping, picnic area, a
playground and drinking water. There is a museum and gi shop Tucked just behind a band of trees this community is less Mafeking
to browse through. than 2 kms. off highway #10. It boasts an outdoor swim- Mafeking is a small village nestled on the edge of the
ming pool with a kiddies area. For camping, picnicking and Porcupine Mountains. Just to the north of Mafeking there
excellent hun ng and fishing there is a roadside, riverside is great fishing in the many lakes and streams for pickerel,
campground with 12 unserviced sites, as well as the northern pike and trout. It is an excellent area for recre-
scenic Porcupine Mtn. Provincial Forest with its many a on in all seasons.
lakes, most notably Bell Lake and Steeprock Lake.
4 5

Lundar Eriksdale Duck Mountain Provincial Park

Popula on 1351. World's One of the Inter-Lakes regions unique a rac ons are the Duck Mountain Provincial Park is one Mountain is the highest point in muskellunge, brook, speckled,
Largest Canada Goose! Twice numerous murals decora ng the community. The of the most scenic spots in Manitoba. Manitoba and yet from the west they rainbow, brown and lake trout,
weekly Farmers Market at the museum has the only creamery remaining in Manitoba. Approached from the east they are a gentle rise in the landscape. kokanee salmon, splake, arc c char,
goose. There is a museum. The appear to be high eleva on, Baldy The park has a wilderness flavor with whitefish and smallmouth bass
Agricultural Fair is the 2nd lots of lakes and few roads. The thick forest provides a good
weekend in June. Check out There are four campgrounds and habitat for all types of wildlife,
the 3 km Beach Marsh Trail. several picnic areas which provide including elk, moose, white-tailed
Great for bird watching with the opportunity for a true wilderness deer, black bear, fox, lynx, coyote and
over 100 different species in get-away. mber wolf as well as the smaller
the area. It starts at the campgrounds at Lundar Prov. Park. The 73 glacial lakes provide excellent animals like: woodchuck, porcupine,
The Narrows Ste Rose du Lac canoeing, swimming as well as rabbits and squirrels.
fishing for a large variety of natural
Remember to bring your camera to
A change in direc on, turning westward through the Popula on 1023. and stocked species including: capture some of the wilderness to
Lake Manitoba Narrows. Plenty of opportunity to There is a well walleye, northern pike, perch, share with your friends back home.
relax and get some water me. known landmark in
an authen c
replica of the Pine River
famous Notre Cowan
Dame de Lourdes Popula on of 150. Known for trout Located at the
Gro o. Dollard Park on the banks of the fishing at it's best, try the North Pine junc on of
River. It has trout that will test your
Ochre River Turtle River, has overnight camping. skills. Pine River is halfway between Highways #20

Located halfway between Ste. Rose du Lac and Dauphin Dauphin and Swan River. and #10. Cowan
is called the
Dauphin at the junc on on Highway 20 and 5. Dauphin, popula on of 8,251. Lean back and smell the crisp Blueberry Capital
Rainbow Beach Prov. Park is a great place to stop scentof spruce and poplar trees, lay back and snooze in the comfort of Manitoba.
and enjoy some beach me.
of wood smoke from your campfire, or take a walk, enjoy our local
heritage or browse through our bou ques. The choice of experience Minitonas
is yours.
Dauphin has a great Popula on 522. Hwy
variety of recrea on, 366 runs through town
public ameni es and to Duck Mountain Prov.
tourism a rac ons Park. Louisiana Pacific
for its residents and operates an OSB plant
visitors alike. east of town.
Dauphin hosts
many concerts
including a large Swan River
Winnipegosis Ukrainian Fes val. Swan River and the valley in which it is located
Come join us this
surrounded by a series of lakes in either direc on which
Travelling north from Dauphin on Highway 20 summer: offer great swimming and camping opportuni es. Wildlife
and located on the west shore of Lake abounds in its natural habitat providing superb year round
Winnipegosis. Home to an inland commercial photography. The Swan Valley Museum is a great place to
Ethelbert visit and the last weekend of July is established for the
fishery. There is a campground and beach.
Located 59 km north of Dauphin on Highway 10 at the junc on Northwest Roundup rodeo event.
of Highway #269 from Winnipegosis. Popula on is 354. The Birch River
Ethelbert Community Park has camping, picnic area, a
playground and drinking water. There is a museum and gi shop Tucked just behind a band of trees this community is less Mafeking
to browse through. than 2 kms. off highway #10. It boasts an outdoor swim- Mafeking is a small village nestled on the edge of the
ming pool with a kiddies area. For camping, picnicking and Porcupine Mountains. Just to the north of Mafeking there
excellent hun ng and fishing there is a roadside, riverside is great fishing in the many lakes and streams for pickerel,
campground with 12 unserviced sites, as well as the northern pike and trout. It is an excellent area for recre-
scenic Porcupine Mtn. Provincial Forest with its many a on in all seasons.
lakes, most notably Bell Lake and Steeprock Lake.
4 5

Overflowing Gas - Cell Service Alternate Route A shorter alterna ve takes you west, north of Mafeking through the communi es

River Fishing Licenses & Bait of Hudson Bay, Zenon Park, Arborfield, Carrot River back to the NWW Highway at Nipawin. Choose your adventure.
Boat Launch
Overflowing River is a small Quiet off Highway Campground
Provincial Park with a sheltered Hudson Bay Northern Woods & Water Highway
campground a half mile upriver “Moose Capital of the World”
from the NW p of Lake Adventure in any season! Mafeking to Nipawin
Winnipegosis. 204 623-7775 ŸBeau ful treed

The Pas Overflowing River 9 hole golf
course
The Pas is situated at the junc on of the Saskatchewan and Pasquia Rivers 605 Campground & Gas Bar ŸRuby Lake
km north of Winnipeg at the same la tude as Edmonton. (it's name is derived recrea onal
from the Cree word Opasquiak: lake & beach
"where the river narrows.") Clearwater ŸRed Deer River
The 6,300 townspeople are & Fir River for
joined by 2,000 on nearby Lake Prov Park kayaking,
The Pas reserve. There is a 30 km north of The Pas. Said to be canoeing and
strong First Na ons cultural one of only 4 true blue lakes in the fishing.
presence. North of the river world. On a calm day you can see 35 ŸRegional Park with hiking trails &
is the Mall, Casino, and Hotel feet down. The lake is known for camping
operated by the Opaskwayak excellent Lake trout fishing. Ÿ680 km of groomed snowmobile trails
Cree Na on. Ÿ7 km all season walking trail
ŸCross Country ski trails & Sliding hill Tisdale Popula on of 3,180
ŸHeritage Park & Museum Located at the Junc on of Hwys 3 &35
Alternate Route When the Northern Woods & Water Route was originally proposed in the mid ŸOne of the largest An que John Deer Tisdale is a grain handling community
1970s there were four sec ons that were not paved. Three of those sec ons have subsequently been upgraded and Tractor Collec ons in western with several terminals. The area also
paved, unfortunately there is s ll approx. 100 km of gravel road between the Manitoba border and Smoky Burn on Hwy Canada. produces 10% of Canadian honey.
55 east of Nipawin. There have been efforts to get it paved. For those not wan ng to take their RV ‘s on gravel the ŸRare flora and wildlife viewing
northern route through The Pas to Flin Flon will take you through the Canadian Shield’s unique rock landscapes and clear Experience the untouched wilderness Zenon Park
blue lakes then back to the NWW Highway along the paved Hanson Lake Road. of Hudson Bay. A small bilingual community speaking
both English and French. Pop 187.
Hudson Bay Tourism
Cranberry Flin Flon www.towno udsonbay.com Arborfield Popula on
Portage Founded to extract zinc from the Follow us on Facebook & Instagram 326. A few km from Pasquia Regional
“Town of Hudson Bay”
rocky terrain it features a huge
Provides access to a smoke stack at the mine. The 306-865-2263 Park with a challenging 9 hole golf
The Hanson Lake Road public beach and hard rock requires sewer and [email protected] course, a 25 m. heated pool, kiddies'
A Northern Wilderness there is a park with water pipes to be laid on the Hudson Bay Golf Course paddling pool, central playground.
Experience RV camping next to it. surface.
Carrot River Highway 23 as well as converted

The Town of Carrot River is located rental suites on Main Street North.
10 km north of Pasquia Regional Park We also offer 4 fully serviced self
and it, along with the Rural register campsites just north and
Municipality of Moose Range, are west of the Inn on the corner of Birch
Creighton, Sk SASKATCHEWAN'S OUTBACK, a gives great opportuni es for Road and Main Street South. Our
visitor informa on booth, located on
kayaking, canoeing and boa ng in the
There are over 50 documented canoe community that boasts year round summer. THAT'S LIFE HERE! the corner of First Street West and
outdoor ac vi es. The combina on
routes in Saskatchewan and many are of open and wooded terrain offer up The community has a popula on Railway Avenue, operates from late
located within the Creighton tourism of roughly 2,100 ambassadors! More May to August and features an easy
area. Whether you are an expert or incredible snowmobiling, quadding, informa on can be found at access 24 hour (open from May to
novice, canoeing allows you the and horseback riding trails as well as www.carrotriver.ca. October) FREE sewage dumping
opportunity to explore our lakes and numerous ou i ers to look a er sta on and water refill.
rivers at your own pace. your hun ng or fishing needs. The Accommoda ons include a brand
access to lakes and river systems new hotel accessible while driving [email protected]
6 into Town from the South on (306) 768-2515 7

Overflowing Gas - Cell Service Alternate Route A shorter alterna ve takes you west, north of Mafeking through the communi es

River Fishing Licenses & Bait of Hudson Bay, Zenon Park, Arborfield, Carrot River back to the NWW Highway at Nipawin. Choose your adventure.
Boat Launch
Overflowing River is a small Quiet off Highway Campground
Provincial Park with a sheltered Hudson Bay Northern Woods & Water Highway
campground a half mile upriver “Moose Capital of the World”
from the NW p of Lake Adventure in any season! Mafeking to Nipawin
Winnipegosis. 204 623-7775 ŸBeau ful treed

The Pas Overflowing River 9 hole golf
course
The Pas is situated at the junc on of the Saskatchewan and Pasquia Rivers 605 Campground & Gas Bar ŸRuby Lake
km north of Winnipeg at the same la tude as Edmonton. (it's name is derived recrea onal
from the Cree word Opasquiak: lake & beach
"where the river narrows.") Clearwater ŸRed Deer River
The 6,300 townspeople are & Fir River for
joined by 2,000 on nearby Lake Prov Park kayaking,
The Pas reserve. There is a 30 km north of The Pas. Said to be canoeing and
strong First Na ons cultural one of only 4 true blue lakes in the fishing.
presence. North of the river world. On a calm day you can see 35 ŸRegional Park with hiking trails &
is the Mall, Casino, and Hotel feet down. The lake is known for camping
operated by the Opaskwayak excellent Lake trout fishing. Ÿ680 km of groomed snowmobile trails
Cree Na on. Ÿ7 km all season walking trail
ŸCross Country ski trails & Sliding hill Tisdale Popula on of 3,180
ŸHeritage Park & Museum Located at the Junc on of Hwys 3 &35
Alternate Route When the Northern Woods & Water Route was originally proposed in the mid ŸOne of the largest An que John Deer Tisdale is a grain handling community
1970s there were four sec ons that were not paved. Three of those sec ons have subsequently been upgraded and Tractor Collec ons in western with several terminals. The area also
paved, unfortunately there is s ll approx. 100 km of gravel road between the Manitoba border and Smoky Burn on Hwy Canada. produces 10% of Canadian honey.
55 east of Nipawin. There have been efforts to get it paved. For those not wan ng to take their RV ‘s on gravel the ŸRare flora and wildlife viewing
northern route through The Pas to Flin Flon will take you through the Canadian Shield’s unique rock landscapes and clear Experience the untouched wilderness Zenon Park
blue lakes then back to the NWW Highway along the paved Hanson Lake Road. of Hudson Bay. A small bilingual community speaking
both English and French. Pop 187.
Hudson Bay Tourism
Cranberry Flin Flon www.towno udsonbay.com Arborfield Popula on
Portage Founded to extract zinc from the Follow us on Facebook & Instagram 326. A few km from Pasquia Regional
“Town of Hudson Bay”
rocky terrain it features a huge
Provides access to a smoke stack at the mine. The 306-865-2263 Park with a challenging 9 hole golf
The Hanson Lake Road public beach and hard rock requires sewer and [email protected] course, a 25 m. heated pool, kiddies'
A Northern Wilderness there is a park with water pipes to be laid on the Hudson Bay Golf Course paddling pool, central playground.
Experience RV camping next to it. surface.
Carrot River Highway 23 as well as converted

The Town of Carrot River is located rental suites on Main Street North.
10 km north of Pasquia Regional Park We also offer 4 fully serviced self
and it, along with the Rural register campsites just north and
Municipality of Moose Range, are west of the Inn on the corner of Birch
Creighton, Sk SASKATCHEWAN'S OUTBACK, a gives great opportuni es for Road and Main Street South. Our
visitor informa on booth, located on
kayaking, canoeing and boa ng in the
There are over 50 documented canoe community that boasts year round summer. THAT'S LIFE HERE! the corner of First Street West and
outdoor ac vi es. The combina on
routes in Saskatchewan and many are of open and wooded terrain offer up The community has a popula on Railway Avenue, operates from late
located within the Creighton tourism of roughly 2,100 ambassadors! More May to August and features an easy
area. Whether you are an expert or incredible snowmobiling, quadding, informa on can be found at access 24 hour (open from May to
novice, canoeing allows you the and horseback riding trails as well as www.carrotriver.ca. October) FREE sewage dumping
opportunity to explore our lakes and numerous ou i ers to look a er sta on and water refill.
rivers at your own pace. your hun ng or fishing needs. The Accommoda ons include a brand
access to lakes and river systems new hotel accessible while driving [email protected]
6 into Town from the South on (306) 768-2515 7

Saskatchewan Tobin Lake Nipawin

23 km north on Hwy
Enjoy the finest in camping and
#255. The upper waters picnicking facili es in Nipawin
of Tobin Lake provide Regional Park. It features modem
excellent fishing for all shower houses, barnyard zoo, well-
Cold
Flin
Flon
Lake Goodsoil types of anglers in a safe, equipped playground, children's
protected waterway sprinkler pool, nature trails, stocked
Big
Meadow accessible in all types of trout pond.
River
Lake weather. During the summer thousands of
Prince Photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism
Albert people visit the Nipawin / Tobin lake
Nipawin
Shellbrook
area to fish for record walleye. In Prince Albert
1994 the Provincial record was The City of Prince Albert with a
caught, weighing in at 16 lbs, 12 oz. Weirdale
Hudson popula on of over 33,000 is the
Bay Big fish are not A small village of 90 people. It has a
Saskatoon largest City on the Route. The place
uncommon here small well treed campground. You to stock up in groceries and get those
with the largest can travel north to Candle Lake for li le extras that you might have
Northern Pike great fishing. forgo en. It is the gateway to the
registering 38.5 northern part of the province of
lbs.
Regina Saskatchewan and the Prince Albert
Weirdale Campground
Na onal Park, with fine campgrounds
and wilderness to enjoy.

Shellbrook
Popula on of 1,500. There's a fully serviced shaded campground with
White Fox Photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism about 30 spots adjacent to the swimming pool. For golfers, a challenging

This friendly village has a popula on of 464. This is nine-hole course is situated on the southwest corner of town. This is the
jump off point for the Northern Woods & Water Highway to head north
northern agricultural land located on the southern
edge of the boreal forest. Love through the boreal forest again.
Popula on 90. A gateway to the Narrow Hills Prov Park. You
can travel north through very interes ng terrain to Lower
Fishing Lake in Nipawin Provincial Park. Known for it’s unique
postmark of a teddy Canwood
bear holding a heart. Canwood is a "very friendly" community of
Enjoy the no-
charge village 308 people located in the right place for a
coffee break.
campground and
park with facili es. The Regional Park, an excellent one, is
Stop by so you can situated in a natural forest se ng located 4
say you have truly km east of Canwood on old Highway 55. You
Love Campground will find a nine hole golf course, and serviced
been in Love.
camping facili es.
A flock of pelicans near Canwood



Smeaton Debden

Popula on of 181. Midway between Nipawin and Prince Debden is a village of 358 people. Most people are of Fransaokois
Choiceland Albert. Mile Zero on the Hanson Lake Road and access to origins with French being the mother tongue of approx 1/2 the
This small community of 381 offers a grocery store, Flin Flon and “Where the north begins.” Enjoy the popula on. In the summer, many people head for Morin Lake
restaurant and a hotel, a garage, post office, fuel and northern lakes, great camping, fishing and hunting. Visit Regional Park in Victoire, 13 km. west of Debden, Morin lake is
propane. the park, located one mile from the village. Annual Sports renowned for it's clear, clean water and water sports such as
Day is at the end of June. sailing, boa ng, skiing and fishing are enjoyed throughout the
Canwood Regional Park Golf Course summer months. Visit our museum to see a bit of our past.
8 9

Saskatchewan Tobin Lake Nipawin

23 km north on Hwy
Enjoy the finest in camping and
#255. The upper waters picnicking facili es in Nipawin
of Tobin Lake provide Regional Park. It features modem
excellent fishing for all shower houses, barnyard zoo, well-
Cold
Flin
Flon
Lake Goodsoil types of anglers in a safe, equipped playground, children's
protected waterway sprinkler pool, nature trails, stocked
Big
Meadow accessible in all types of trout pond.
River
Lake weather. During the summer thousands of
Prince Photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism
Albert people visit the Nipawin / Tobin lake
Nipawin
Shellbrook
area to fish for record walleye. In Prince Albert
1994 the Provincial record was The City of Prince Albert with a
caught, weighing in at 16 lbs, 12 oz. Weirdale
Hudson popula on of over 33,000 is the
Bay Big fish are not A small village of 90 people. It has a
Saskatoon largest City on the Route. The place
uncommon here small well treed campground. You to stock up in groceries and get those
with the largest can travel north to Candle Lake for li le extras that you might have
Northern Pike great fishing. forgo en. It is the gateway to the
registering 38.5 northern part of the province of
lbs.
Regina Saskatchewan and the Prince Albert
Weirdale Campground
Na onal Park, with fine campgrounds
and wilderness to enjoy.

Shellbrook
Popula on of 1,500. There's a fully serviced shaded campground with
White Fox Photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism about 30 spots adjacent to the swimming pool. For golfers, a challenging

This friendly village has a popula on of 464. This is nine-hole course is situated on the southwest corner of town. This is the
jump off point for the Northern Woods & Water Highway to head north
northern agricultural land located on the southern
edge of the boreal forest. Love through the boreal forest again.
Popula on 90. A gateway to the Narrow Hills Prov Park. You
can travel north through very interes ng terrain to Lower
Fishing Lake in Nipawin Provincial Park. Known for it’s unique
postmark of a teddy Canwood
bear holding a heart. Canwood is a "very friendly" community of
Enjoy the no-
charge village 308 people located in the right place for a
coffee break.
campground and
park with facili es. The Regional Park, an excellent one, is
Stop by so you can situated in a natural forest se ng located 4
say you have truly km east of Canwood on old Highway 55. You
Love Campground will find a nine hole golf course, and serviced
been in Love.
camping facili es.
A flock of pelicans near Canwood



Smeaton Debden

Popula on of 181. Midway between Nipawin and Prince Debden is a village of 358 people. Most people are of Fransaokois
Choiceland Albert. Mile Zero on the Hanson Lake Road and access to origins with French being the mother tongue of approx 1/2 the
This small community of 381 offers a grocery store, Flin Flon and “Where the north begins.” Enjoy the popula on. In the summer, many people head for Morin Lake
restaurant and a hotel, a garage, post office, fuel and northern lakes, great camping, fishing and hunting. Visit Regional Park in Victoire, 13 km. west of Debden, Morin lake is
propane. the park, located one mile from the village. Annual Sports renowned for it's clear, clean water and water sports such as
Day is at the end of June. sailing, boa ng, skiing and fishing are enjoyed throughout the
Canwood Regional Park Golf Course summer months. Visit our museum to see a bit of our past.
8 9

Big River Green lake Goodsoil Pierceland

Follow Highway 55 to Big River Popula on of 500. It is the 3rd oldest Goodsoil is a unique Village of Popula on of 600. The tourist
on Cowan Lake in the heart of se lement in Sask. Located 49 km approximately 281. Located 5 informa on booth has a sani-dump
the Northern Woods and east of Meadow Lake has excellent kms north of the Junc on of and fresh water available and a host of
Water Highway. Fish off the fishing for northern pike, whitefish, Highways 55 and 26. Just camping facili es. Pierceland hosts
dock at the end of Main Street perch, walleye also has bear, deer, elk minutes away from clear blue one of the largest rodeos in the area
or just watch the sunset. Take and moose hun ng. There are lakes. Goodsoil hosts a variety of the last week of May.
a look at our history at the several boat launches, service businesses and recrea onal Passing through Pierceland onto
Senior Ci zen's Museum. Big River sta ons and restaurants to serve ac vi es. For emergency "Sandy Beach" (Pierce Lake) offers
offers year round recrea on. In your needs. Hosts Li le Britches services Goodsoil has a Health tent & trailer parking, electrical sites,
summer, camp in town at the Rodeo plus chuckwagon races in Centre with a resident doctor trailer dumping and fresh water.
Regional Park, fish one of the many Golf Course early July. There is a new RV park and local RCMP. We welcome Pierce Lake is the only lake in the
lakes, golf at Big River Golf Club with 40 full service 30 amp sites. your visit. Meadow Lake Provincial Park where
located a block from Regional Park or Lake Trout are.
enjoy some of the many great quad Ÿ 9 hole, Grass-Green Course
trails. In winter try downhill skiing at Ÿ Power Cart/Equipment Rental
Ski Timber Ridge, snowmobile the Ÿ Canteen & Licensed Pro Shop
awesome groomed trails or Use this ad to receive one "2 for 1" pricing!
experience a day of ice fishing. Phone 306-469-7818
Located across from
photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism


Regional Park

Ÿ 2 locations: Community Centre
and Cowan Lake
Ÿ 45 fully-serviced sites, plus Cold Lake
non-serviced sites Alberta Encounter the Unexpected.
Meadow lake Ÿ coin-operated showers & From the clear blue waters of Cold Lake, nestled against
laundromat
Popula on 5,045 “The Gateway to Ÿ Daily, weekly and monthly rate Fairview Peace white, sandy beaches, to the surrounding rugged
Pure Air & Water”. Aqua c Centre: River wilderness, a sense of adventure encompasses the City's
Use this ad to receive a "week-end park pass!"
family-oriented pool is open to the Dawson Falher Slave four-season playground.
Creek
public year round. Lions Regional Phone 306-469-2232 Lake Lac la Come and explore more than 400 square kilometres of
Biche
High
Park and Campground: Within photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism Prairie water on Alberta's seventh largest lake, and enjoy the
walking distance of Meadow Lake Athabasca Cold beauty of the Cold Lake Marina. As a year-round recrea on
Mall, sites are available at a nominal Meadow lake Provincial Park Lake area, Cold Lake is the ideal vaca on spot for water
rate. (Register at Tourist Informa on enthusiasts, fishermen, outdoorsmen, hunters, skiers, and
Booth). Golf Course, 18 holes, club Saskatchewan's largest provincial those just seeking a unique get-away experience.
and golf cart rentals, licensed park, a massive semi-wilderness park
restaurant. where unconven onal adventures Edmonton
awaits the spirited traveler. Located
just north of Hwy 55. Come discover! Photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism
Dorintosh Get away from it all. You will find
“Where the Prairie meets the Pines” everything from fully serviced sites clear lake. Don't forget your fishing
Popula on of 125 located on Hwy #4 for RV's to basic sites for tents. Come equipment so you can enjoy some of
on your way into Meadow Lake prepared and enjoy the surprises. the 27 lakes. Fish for northern pike,
Provincial Park from the Eastern end. You could enjoy a leisurely bike ride walleye, trout, and perch. You will Calgary
Has groceries and gasoline right on or hike along The Boreal Trail, soak also find a few extras, Interpre ve
the highway through town. Fishing up some rays on the sandy beaches talks, canoe lessons, mini-golf, boat
licenses available. or be refreshed by a swim in a clean, rentals, etc.


10 Photo courtesy of City of Cold Lake 11

Big River Green lake Goodsoil Pierceland

Follow Highway 55 to Big River Popula on of 500. It is the 3rd oldest Goodsoil is a unique Village of Popula on of 600. The tourist
on Cowan Lake in the heart of se lement in Sask. Located 49 km approximately 281. Located 5 informa on booth has a sani-dump
the Northern Woods and east of Meadow Lake has excellent kms north of the Junc on of and fresh water available and a host of
Water Highway. Fish off the fishing for northern pike, whitefish, Highways 55 and 26. Just camping facili es. Pierceland hosts
dock at the end of Main Street perch, walleye also has bear, deer, elk minutes away from clear blue one of the largest rodeos in the area
or just watch the sunset. Take and moose hun ng. There are lakes. Goodsoil hosts a variety of the last week of May.
a look at our history at the several boat launches, service businesses and recrea onal Passing through Pierceland onto
Senior Ci zen's Museum. Big River sta ons and restaurants to serve ac vi es. For emergency "Sandy Beach" (Pierce Lake) offers
offers year round recrea on. In your needs. Hosts Li le Britches services Goodsoil has a Health tent & trailer parking, electrical sites,
summer, camp in town at the Rodeo plus chuckwagon races in Centre with a resident doctor trailer dumping and fresh water.
Regional Park, fish one of the many Golf Course early July. There is a new RV park and local RCMP. We welcome Pierce Lake is the only lake in the
lakes, golf at Big River Golf Club with 40 full service 30 amp sites. your visit. Meadow Lake Provincial Park where
located a block from Regional Park or Lake Trout are.
enjoy some of the many great quad Ÿ 9 hole, Grass-Green Course
trails. In winter try downhill skiing at Ÿ Power Cart/Equipment Rental
Ski Timber Ridge, snowmobile the Ÿ Canteen & Licensed Pro Shop
awesome groomed trails or Use this ad to receive one "2 for 1" pricing!
experience a day of ice fishing. Phone 306-469-7818
Located across from
photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism


Regional Park

Ÿ 2 locations: Community Centre
and Cowan Lake
Ÿ 45 fully-serviced sites, plus Cold Lake
non-serviced sites Alberta Encounter the Unexpected.
Meadow lake Ÿ coin-operated showers & From the clear blue waters of Cold Lake, nestled against
laundromat
Popula on 5,045 “The Gateway to Ÿ Daily, weekly and monthly rate Fairview Peace white, sandy beaches, to the surrounding rugged
Pure Air & Water”. Aqua c Centre: River wilderness, a sense of adventure encompasses the City's
Use this ad to receive a "week-end park pass!"
family-oriented pool is open to the Dawson Falher Slave four-season playground.
Creek
public year round. Lions Regional Phone 306-469-2232 Lake Lac la Come and explore more than 400 square kilometres of
Biche
High
Park and Campground: Within photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism Prairie water on Alberta's seventh largest lake, and enjoy the
walking distance of Meadow Lake Athabasca Cold beauty of the Cold Lake Marina. As a year-round recrea on
Mall, sites are available at a nominal Meadow lake Provincial Park Lake area, Cold Lake is the ideal vaca on spot for water
rate. (Register at Tourist Informa on enthusiasts, fishermen, outdoorsmen, hunters, skiers, and
Booth). Golf Course, 18 holes, club Saskatchewan's largest provincial those just seeking a unique get-away experience.
and golf cart rentals, licensed park, a massive semi-wilderness park
restaurant. where unconven onal adventures Edmonton
awaits the spirited traveler. Located
just north of Hwy 55. Come discover! Photo courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism
Dorintosh Get away from it all. You will find
“Where the Prairie meets the Pines” everything from fully serviced sites clear lake. Don't forget your fishing
Popula on of 125 located on Hwy #4 for RV's to basic sites for tents. Come equipment so you can enjoy some of
on your way into Meadow Lake prepared and enjoy the surprises. the 27 lakes. Fish for northern pike,
Provincial Park from the Eastern end. You could enjoy a leisurely bike ride walleye, trout, and perch. You will Calgary
Has groceries and gasoline right on or hike along The Boreal Trail, soak also find a few extras, Interpre ve
the highway through town. Fishing up some rays on the sandy beaches talks, canoe lessons, mini-golf, boat
licenses available. or be refreshed by a swim in a clean, rentals, etc.


10 Photo courtesy of City of Cold Lake 11

Cold Lake Lac La Biche Lac La Biche County is a haven for
outdoor recrea on enthusiasts. The
Discover Lac La Biche County many lakes are accessible for fishing,
Midway between Edmonton and swimming and boa ng, and there are
Fort McMurray, Lac La Biche County dozens of recrea on areas and trails
is a historic and diverse community nearby. The County covers 16,000
that traces its roots back to the days square kilometres—and much of it is
of the fur trade. In fact, the hamlet of pris ne natural environment, ideal The Northern Lights above Lac La Biche
Lac La Biche began as a Hudson's Bay for hiking, riding and camping.
Company fort in 1799, making it the Visitors can explore the islands of Sir
second-oldest permanent se lement Winston Churchill Provincial Park, cultural diversity. Home to Aboriginal
in Alberta. paddle the backcountry canoe circuit peoples for thousands of years, the
The same quali es that made the in Lakeland Provincial Park, or watch region has brought together a wealth
region a rac ve in the olden days wildlife, lounge on a beach or of ethnic and cultural groups,
s ll apply in modern mes. Lac La glimpse the Northern Lights anchored by Cree, French, Lebanese,
Cold Lake offers a wide variety of concerts, trade shows, conferences, restaurant. In the winter, the course Mé s, Russian, Italian and Ukrainian
Biche County is anywhere in
commercial, cultural, domes c and and more! The City's two large becomes a winter playground for famous for its between. popula ons. Today, Lac La Biche
recrea onal opportuni es for facili es, the Imperial Oil Place Arena cross-country skiers and snowshoers. many lakes. The Lac La Biche County shares borders and close es
everyone's interests. The City has and the Reid Field House, have a Its six curling sheets play home to the community's County has two with two First Na ons and two Mé s
grown to become a retail centre of capacity of 3,030 and 1,397 people Cold Lake Curling Club, and other namesake, Lac La dis nct urban Se lements.
northeast Alberta, while keeping its respec vely, providing flexibility for a local leagues. This rich heritage is preserved in a
Biche Lake, is a centres—the
warm, rural roots. variety of events. The Mach 1 Skate French transla on hamlets of Lac number of museums and cultural
On Canada Day, the City of Cold Park is a recent addi on, giving a of a Cree phrase La Biche and a rac ons, and showcased with
Lake celebrates with an annual place to board or bike and show off meaning “Lake of Plamondon - annual events like Pow Wow Days in
parade and several ac vi es, your moves. Check out the concrete the Elk.” There and many August. In keeping with our mo o of
followed by a spectacular fireworks bowl and the different styles of are more than smaller “Welcoming by nature,” Lac La Biche
show later in the evening from the ramps, providing skaters and bikers a Photo courtesy of City of Cold Lake 150 lakes within Lac La Biche hamlets and subdivisions. County has strong community spirit
Cold Lake Marina. range of obstacles and County's borders, as well as many Plamondon has a strong francophone that it loves to show off. We invite
Mirrored against Cold surfaces to prac ce on – rivers and vast stretches of boreal heritage, and each area of the you to visit us and find out what Lac
Lake, and whether you everything from forest that combine to create a County has its own special character. La Biche County has to offer.
are viewing it from the beginner to advanced. Keep your eye on the sky while naturally beau ful region. The community prides itself on
land or the water, this Young families can visi ng, as you may get a chance to
is a display that should visit the City's modern see military personnel prac ce their
not to be missed. FCSS and Parent Link flight manoeuvers over the City of
Each year on the Centre building, and Cold Lake. Be sure to stop by the jets
August long weekend, spend me taking part on display on Veteran's Drive,
the City of Cold Lake in a variety of ac vi es heading out to 4 Wing.
hosts Aqua Days at and games that are For more informa on on upcoming
Kinosoo Beach. This is scheduled throughout events in the City of Cold Lake, visit
an event with plenty of the year. An updated www.coldlake.com, or follow the City
ac vi es for the whole schedule of programs of Cold Lake on Facebook and
family. Enter a can be found online. Twi er.
cardboard boat in the A er stopping by, head
Photo courtesy of City of Cold Lake
Lac La Biche Mission Historical Sitetorical Site
annual race, cool off at the splash north for a walk along the lakeside or Lac La Biche Mission His
park, take in some entertainment at through the Provincial Park.
the beach, or just sit back, relax and For the avid golfer, the Cold Lake
enjoy the natural beauty Kinosoo Golf & Winter Club provides a
Beach offers. Be sure you don't miss beau ful se ng of 18 holes, nestled Grassland
the fireworks down at the Cold Lake just off Veteran's Drive on 4 Wing The refuel and snack stop for people coming and going to Fort McMurray
Marina a erward! Cold Lake. The course offers ample on Hwy 63. Fi een minutes NE of Grassland is North America’s largest
The Cold Lake Energy Centre is the wild-life viewing opportuni es, LaCorey Bleach Kra Pulp Mill, one of the cleanest mills in the world.
hub of ac vity in the City of Cold including the chance to spot foxes, LaCorey is located at the junc on
Lake. This state-of-the-art facility is deer, moose, and bears. Also on of Hwys. 41 & 55. Look for Wolf and
designed to host spor ng events, loca on is a full-service lounge and Moore Lake Prov. Parks.
12 13

Cold Lake Lac La Biche Lac La Biche County is a haven for
outdoor recrea on enthusiasts. The
Discover Lac La Biche County many lakes are accessible for fishing,
Midway between Edmonton and swimming and boa ng, and there are
Fort McMurray, Lac La Biche County dozens of recrea on areas and trails
is a historic and diverse community nearby. The County covers 16,000
that traces its roots back to the days square kilometres—and much of it is
of the fur trade. In fact, the hamlet of pris ne natural environment, ideal The Northern Lights above Lac La Biche
Lac La Biche began as a Hudson's Bay for hiking, riding and camping.
Company fort in 1799, making it the Visitors can explore the islands of Sir
second-oldest permanent se lement Winston Churchill Provincial Park, cultural diversity. Home to Aboriginal
in Alberta. paddle the backcountry canoe circuit peoples for thousands of years, the
The same quali es that made the in Lakeland Provincial Park, or watch region has brought together a wealth
region a rac ve in the olden days wildlife, lounge on a beach or of ethnic and cultural groups,
s ll apply in modern mes. Lac La glimpse the Northern Lights anchored by Cree, French, Lebanese,
Cold Lake offers a wide variety of concerts, trade shows, conferences, restaurant. In the winter, the course Mé s, Russian, Italian and Ukrainian
Biche County is anywhere in
commercial, cultural, domes c and and more! The City's two large becomes a winter playground for famous for its between. popula ons. Today, Lac La Biche
recrea onal opportuni es for facili es, the Imperial Oil Place Arena cross-country skiers and snowshoers. many lakes. The Lac La Biche County shares borders and close es
everyone's interests. The City has and the Reid Field House, have a Its six curling sheets play home to the community's County has two with two First Na ons and two Mé s
grown to become a retail centre of capacity of 3,030 and 1,397 people Cold Lake Curling Club, and other namesake, Lac La dis nct urban Se lements.
northeast Alberta, while keeping its respec vely, providing flexibility for a local leagues. This rich heritage is preserved in a
Biche Lake, is a centres—the
warm, rural roots. variety of events. The Mach 1 Skate French transla on hamlets of Lac number of museums and cultural
On Canada Day, the City of Cold Park is a recent addi on, giving a of a Cree phrase La Biche and a rac ons, and showcased with
Lake celebrates with an annual place to board or bike and show off meaning “Lake of Plamondon - annual events like Pow Wow Days in
parade and several ac vi es, your moves. Check out the concrete the Elk.” There and many August. In keeping with our mo o of
followed by a spectacular fireworks bowl and the different styles of are more than smaller “Welcoming by nature,” Lac La Biche
show later in the evening from the ramps, providing skaters and bikers a Photo courtesy of City of Cold Lake 150 lakes within Lac La Biche hamlets and subdivisions. County has strong community spirit
Cold Lake Marina. range of obstacles and County's borders, as well as many Plamondon has a strong francophone that it loves to show off. We invite
Mirrored against Cold surfaces to prac ce on – rivers and vast stretches of boreal heritage, and each area of the you to visit us and find out what Lac
Lake, and whether you everything from forest that combine to create a County has its own special character. La Biche County has to offer.
are viewing it from the beginner to advanced. Keep your eye on the sky while naturally beau ful region. The community prides itself on
land or the water, this Young families can visi ng, as you may get a chance to
is a display that should visit the City's modern see military personnel prac ce their
not to be missed. FCSS and Parent Link flight manoeuvers over the City of
Each year on the Centre building, and Cold Lake. Be sure to stop by the jets
August long weekend, spend me taking part on display on Veteran's Drive,
the City of Cold Lake in a variety of ac vi es heading out to 4 Wing.
hosts Aqua Days at and games that are For more informa on on upcoming
Kinosoo Beach. This is scheduled throughout events in the City of Cold Lake, visit
an event with plenty of the year. An updated www.coldlake.com, or follow the City
ac vi es for the whole schedule of programs of Cold Lake on Facebook and
family. Enter a can be found online. Twi er.
cardboard boat in the A er stopping by, head
Photo courtesy of City of Cold Lake
Lac La Biche Mission Historical Sitetorical Site
annual race, cool off at the splash north for a walk along the lakeside or Lac La Biche Mission His
park, take in some entertainment at through the Provincial Park.
the beach, or just sit back, relax and For the avid golfer, the Cold Lake
enjoy the natural beauty Kinosoo Golf & Winter Club provides a
Beach offers. Be sure you don't miss beau ful se ng of 18 holes, nestled Grassland
the fireworks down at the Cold Lake just off Veteran's Drive on 4 Wing The refuel and snack stop for people coming and going to Fort McMurray
Marina a erward! Cold Lake. The course offers ample on Hwy 63. Fi een minutes NE of Grassland is North America’s largest
The Cold Lake Energy Centre is the wild-life viewing opportuni es, LaCorey Bleach Kra Pulp Mill, one of the cleanest mills in the world.
hub of ac vity in the City of Cold including the chance to spot foxes, LaCorey is located at the junc on
Lake. This state-of-the-art facility is deer, moose, and bears. Also on of Hwys. 41 & 55. Look for Wolf and
designed to host spor ng events, loca on is a full-service lounge and Moore Lake Prov. Parks.
12 13

Athabasca was founded by the
Boyle Popula on 916, Hudson Bay Company in 1874. Joussard
located on Hwy 63. Recrea onal Recrea on opportuni es include an Popula on 181. The streets
ac vi es within a short drive of Boyle 18 hole golf course, camping, fishing, run parallel to the lakeshore
include two 9 hole golf courses, good hun ng, boa ng, wind surfing, in Joussard. There is a store,
fishing (perch and pickerel), sailing, an indoor pool, as well as well marina, and campground in
swimming, boa ng. water skiing, and developed nature hiking trails. town.
camping also abound at Skeleton The Athabasca River is u lized for
Lake, Long Lake Provincial Park and canoeing and river boa ng. 207 Full Service Lots
North Buck Lake. Camping facili es are available at 40 Basic Lots Grouard
Ÿ Fiesta Days (2nd weekend in July) Athabasca Popula on Forfar Park, Hope Lake, Has a historic mission and is
Ÿ Agricultural Society High School 2,990. The name Athabasca derives Jackfish Lake, as well as in the Town Free Firewood located 16 km north of Hwy
Rodeo (May long weekend) from the Cree word “Athepescow” of Athabasca along the River. WiFi for Campers 2 and provides access to
Ÿ Amateur Rodeo (3rd weekend in meaning a place of reeds and hay. Ice & Ice Cream the north side of the lake
Aug.) and Hillard’s Bay Provincial
Park. Buffalo Bay on the
Slave Lake Popula on Faust west end of Lesser Slave
6,782. Slave Lake offers everything Phone 780 355-2530 Lake provides a prolific
you need as well as an excellent spawning grounds to the
choice of summer entertainment; hik- Propane large lake and accounts for
ing, camping, sailing, boa ng, wind the abundant fishing
surfing, mountain biking, water ski- Boat Launch enjoyed.
ing, swimming, golfing, live theatre, Marina Buffalo Bay photo courtesy of
interpre ve trails, and of course Canyon Creek Fishing Licenses First Nations Lesser Slave Lake Economic Alliance
fishing for walleye, grayling and This small lakeside community is 1
km off Highway 2 and is nestled in
northern pike. Experience Riverboat Bait On Hwy 2 west of Slave Lake there are 3 First Na ons
Daze, or the Provincial Sand Castle the trees just off the lake. It features Reserves: Dri pile, Sucker Creek, Kapawe’no. They host
a hotel, a small campground and pic-
Championship. very colourful powwows.
nic site alongside a small marina.
Big Lakes County


Picture it! Long summer evenings, majes c sunsets, the Northern Lights dancing among the stars, warm shallow water,
hot sunny days, white sandy beaches and fish that won't stop bi ng! You have just found the Big Lakes County! There are
five hamlets, Kinuso, Faust, Joussard, Grouard, and Enilda, in the county that borders the southern and west shores of Enilda
Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta’s largest rubber red accessible lake. You can fish for northern pike, burbot, yellow perch and Popula on 165.
walleye. This small
community is 1
km off of
Kinuso Popula on 276. Name comes from Highway 2.
Cree word “kinosew” meaning fish. The community is photos courtesy of Alberta Travel
3 km off Highway 2 is nestled in the trees just a few
km off the lake. hiking through the Jack Pines Natural
High Prairie area or take in the Elks Pro Rodeo,
Situated near Alberta’s largest lake, Parade and amazing fireworks. The
the Town of High Prairie is a nature small Town friendly vibe offers up a
Faust lover’s paradise. great shopping experience.

This quiet lakeside Stock up on summer gear for those Golfers will enjoy the 9 hole course
days spent camping along the beau ful located 7 km west of the Town. The
community is off Highway 2.
shores of Lesser Slave Lake or head to skate park, indoor pool with your stay. High Prairie has two
There is a good size marina
and boat launch, and town to stay in one of the several waterslide and day spa ensure spacious RV parks that offer full hook
campground in town. modern hotels. Hike the historic Peace everyone has something they enjoy! ups, showers and ten ng. RV
River - Grouard Trail, also known as the Centrally located in the Museum, the services are also located directly
Cree War Path along North the shore Visitor Informa on Center has all the behind the Museum. High Prairie, let
of Lesser Slave Lake. Enjoy biking and informa on you will need to plan us take you there!
14 15

Athabasca was founded by the
Boyle Popula on 916, Hudson Bay Company in 1874. Joussard
located on Hwy 63. Recrea onal Recrea on opportuni es include an Popula on 181. The streets
ac vi es within a short drive of Boyle 18 hole golf course, camping, fishing, run parallel to the lakeshore
include two 9 hole golf courses, good hun ng, boa ng, wind surfing, in Joussard. There is a store,
fishing (perch and pickerel), sailing, an indoor pool, as well as well marina, and campground in
swimming, boa ng. water skiing, and developed nature hiking trails. town.
camping also abound at Skeleton The Athabasca River is u lized for
Lake, Long Lake Provincial Park and canoeing and river boa ng. 207 Full Service Lots
North Buck Lake. Camping facili es are available at 40 Basic Lots Grouard
Ÿ Fiesta Days (2nd weekend in July) Athabasca Popula on Forfar Park, Hope Lake, Has a historic mission and is
Ÿ Agricultural Society High School 2,990. The name Athabasca derives Jackfish Lake, as well as in the Town Free Firewood located 16 km north of Hwy
Rodeo (May long weekend) from the Cree word “Athepescow” of Athabasca along the River. WiFi for Campers 2 and provides access to
Ÿ Amateur Rodeo (3rd weekend in meaning a place of reeds and hay. Ice & Ice Cream the north side of the lake
Aug.) and Hillard’s Bay Provincial
Park. Buffalo Bay on the
Slave Lake Popula on Faust west end of Lesser Slave
6,782. Slave Lake offers everything Phone 780 355-2530 Lake provides a prolific
you need as well as an excellent spawning grounds to the
choice of summer entertainment; hik- Propane large lake and accounts for
ing, camping, sailing, boa ng, wind the abundant fishing
surfing, mountain biking, water ski- Boat Launch enjoyed.
ing, swimming, golfing, live theatre, Marina Buffalo Bay photo courtesy of
interpre ve trails, and of course Canyon Creek Fishing Licenses First Nations Lesser Slave Lake Economic Alliance
fishing for walleye, grayling and This small lakeside community is 1
km off Highway 2 and is nestled in
northern pike. Experience Riverboat Bait On Hwy 2 west of Slave Lake there are 3 First Na ons
Daze, or the Provincial Sand Castle the trees just off the lake. It features Reserves: Dri pile, Sucker Creek, Kapawe’no. They host
a hotel, a small campground and pic-
Championship. very colourful powwows.
nic site alongside a small marina.
Big Lakes County


Picture it! Long summer evenings, majes c sunsets, the Northern Lights dancing among the stars, warm shallow water,
hot sunny days, white sandy beaches and fish that won't stop bi ng! You have just found the Big Lakes County! There are
five hamlets, Kinuso, Faust, Joussard, Grouard, and Enilda, in the county that borders the southern and west shores of Enilda
Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta’s largest rubber red accessible lake. You can fish for northern pike, burbot, yellow perch and Popula on 165.
walleye. This small
community is 1
km off of
Kinuso Popula on 276. Name comes from Highway 2.
Cree word “kinosew” meaning fish. The community is photos courtesy of Alberta Travel
3 km off Highway 2 is nestled in the trees just a few
km off the lake. hiking through the Jack Pines Natural
High Prairie area or take in the Elks Pro Rodeo,
Situated near Alberta’s largest lake, Parade and amazing fireworks. The
the Town of High Prairie is a nature small Town friendly vibe offers up a
Faust lover’s paradise. great shopping experience.

This quiet lakeside Stock up on summer gear for those Golfers will enjoy the 9 hole course
days spent camping along the beau ful located 7 km west of the Town. The
community is off Highway 2.
shores of Lesser Slave Lake or head to skate park, indoor pool with your stay. High Prairie has two
There is a good size marina
and boat launch, and town to stay in one of the several waterslide and day spa ensure spacious RV parks that offer full hook
campground in town. modern hotels. Hike the historic Peace everyone has something they enjoy! ups, showers and ten ng. RV
River - Grouard Trail, also known as the Centrally located in the Museum, the services are also located directly
Cree War Path along North the shore Visitor Informa on Center has all the behind the Museum. High Prairie, let
of Lesser Slave Lake. Enjoy biking and informa on you will need to plan us take you there!
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Fort St
Hudson
John
Hope
Fairview
Chetwynd Download the free
Peace
River Co-op CRS App to find
Dawson
Mackenzie
Creek Falher Slave
BRITISH Lake Lac la Flin Co-op gas bars,
High
COLUMBIA Prairie Biche Goodsoil Flon cardlocks, convenience
Athabasca stores and food stores
Prince Cold Big The
Lake Meadow along the Northern
George River Pas
Lake
Prince MANITOBA Woods & Water
Albert
Nipawin
Quesnel Highway and all across
Shellbrook
Edmonton Western Canada.
Williams
Lake Hudson
ALBERTA Bay Swan
100 Mile River
Saskatoon
House
SASKATCHEWAN LEGEND
Lillooet
Cache
Dauphin
Creek
Whistler
Calgary
Vancouver Regina
Winnipeg
Hope

&
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Fort St
Hudson
John
Hope
Fairview
Chetwynd Download the free
Peace
River Co-op CRS App to find
Dawson
Mackenzie
Creek Falher Slave
BRITISH Lake Lac la Flin Co-op gas bars,
High
COLUMBIA Prairie Biche Goodsoil Flon cardlocks, convenience
Athabasca stores and food stores
Prince Cold Big The
Lake Meadow along the Northern
George River Pas
Lake
Prince MANITOBA Woods & Water
Albert
Nipawin
Quesnel Highway and all across
Shellbrook
Edmonton Western Canada.
Williams
Lake Hudson
ALBERTA Bay Swan
100 Mile River
Saskatoon
House
SASKATCHEWAN LEGEND
Lillooet
Cache
Dauphin
Creek
Whistler
Calgary
Vancouver Regina
Winnipeg
Hope

&
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McLennan Donnelly Popula on of Fairview Popula on 3,162.

Popula on 809. The Bird Capital of 305. The Village is part of the Located at the junc on of highways
Canada with the Kimiwan Birdwalk francophone culture of the area. #2 and #64. The community has an
located adjacent to the Hwy. Located at the junc on of Hwy 2 and excellent nine hole golf course with
Home of the founder of the NWW 49. Ar s c back of street signs water hazards, a driving range and
highway, George Stephenson, recog- painted by local ar sts. prac ce greens. There is a
nized by a cairn. Take advantage of the campground in town and several
municipal campground or Winagami located nearby.
Lake, which is known for northern pike Berwyn Popula on 526.
and yellow perch; the Provincial Park Recrea onal facili es at Tower Park
facili es include cabin sites, pool, provides 8 camping sites (no fee) and
ornamental park, boat launch. Ÿ trailer dumping facili es
Ÿ municipal water supply
Ÿ bird watching habitat
Nampa Popula on 362 The Village boasts of its fresh pure
Located 27 km. south of Peace River. water.
Memorial Park has a children's
playground and overnight camping.
There is a 9 hole golf course located
just north of town. Stop at the Historic
museum and tourist booth. Events
include Farmers' Day, 2nd weekend in Dunvegan
June and the Fall Fair, the long Peace River brings history to life. Dunvegan
weekend in August. Largest town in the region with a campground next door provides 65
popula on of 6,729. It is the electric camping sites.
northernmost point on the NWW Ÿ trailer dumping facili es
Alternate Route If you are pressed for me there is a highway. It is the centre of Ÿ water supply
shortcut between Donnelly and Rycro that includes Falher, Girouxville, recrea onal and cultural ac vi es for
Eaglesham, and Wanham. BUT you will miss out on two scenic vistas created the Peace Region. Twelve Foot Davis' Also located next door to Dunvegan
Gardens, a greenhouse and garden
by the Peace River valley, the 1st at Peace River and the 2nd at Historic grave marker is on a hill overlooking centre which has vegetables and
Dunvegan. Rycroft
the town, a terrific view of the area fruits in season.
can be had from there. River boat "Hub of the Peace", a community
Girouxville tours available. Hear the roar of the of 638 persons located at the
Falher Popula on of 1,205 junc on of Hwys 2. & 49. The camp-
Known as the "Honey Capital of A French Canadian community with jet boat races in early July. ground at Nardam Lake has stocked
Canada", Falher is centrally located a popula on of 266. Situated on rainbow trout fishing.
in a region producing up to 2 million main street is a memorable
kilograms of honey annually. Here museum with over 4,000 exhibits
you will see the World's Largest Bee. and ar cles recalling Indian life,
While in Falher, take a swim in our missionary works, pioneering and
heated outdoor pool and stay at the trapping, early machinery and
Spirit River
Falher Municipal Campground. equipment, and much, much more.
Grimshaw West on Hwy 49 to the community with a
Wanham popula on of 1,025. The local economy is
Eaglesham The town popula on is 2,515 and is supported by agricultural, oil & gas industry. A busy
Located 8 kilometres north of the A plowing compe on is hosted Mile Zero of the Mackenzie Highway community that has a municipal campground with
highway 49. Eaglesham has a each year since 1971 with horses #35, extending some 600 kms north 22 full service sites and a tourist informa on booth.
popula on of 185. There is always and tractors compe ng. Usually to the Northwest Territories.
more to see than what meets the held the 3rd weekend of June it has Queen Elizabeth Prov. Park and Lac
eye. Stop and speak to the friendly expanded to include bull riding, Cardinal are located approx. 8 km
people and try the Lakeside Golf tractor pulls as well as events for NW of town. There are two more Baytree
and Country Club, a 9 hole golf children. campgrounds within town and 2 A farming community with a country general store,
course with a campground. miles north. located 8 km from the B.C. border.

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McLennan Donnelly Popula on of Fairview Popula on 3,162.

Popula on 809. The Bird Capital of 305. The Village is part of the Located at the junc on of highways
Canada with the Kimiwan Birdwalk francophone culture of the area. #2 and #64. The community has an
located adjacent to the Hwy. Located at the junc on of Hwy 2 and excellent nine hole golf course with
Home of the founder of the NWW 49. Ar s c back of street signs water hazards, a driving range and
highway, George Stephenson, recog- painted by local ar sts. prac ce greens. There is a
nized by a cairn. Take advantage of the campground in town and several
municipal campground or Winagami located nearby.
Lake, which is known for northern pike Berwyn Popula on 526.
and yellow perch; the Provincial Park Recrea onal facili es at Tower Park
facili es include cabin sites, pool, provides 8 camping sites (no fee) and
ornamental park, boat launch. Ÿ trailer dumping facili es
Ÿ municipal water supply
Ÿ bird watching habitat
Nampa Popula on 362 The Village boasts of its fresh pure
Located 27 km. south of Peace River. water.
Memorial Park has a children's
playground and overnight camping.
There is a 9 hole golf course located
just north of town. Stop at the Historic
museum and tourist booth. Events
include Farmers' Day, 2nd weekend in Dunvegan
June and the Fall Fair, the long Peace River brings history to life. Dunvegan
weekend in August. Largest town in the region with a campground next door provides 65
popula on of 6,729. It is the electric camping sites.
northernmost point on the NWW Ÿ trailer dumping facili es
Alternate Route If you are pressed for me there is a highway. It is the centre of Ÿ water supply
shortcut between Donnelly and Rycro that includes Falher, Girouxville, recrea onal and cultural ac vi es for
Eaglesham, and Wanham. BUT you will miss out on two scenic vistas created the Peace Region. Twelve Foot Davis' Also located next door to Dunvegan
Gardens, a greenhouse and garden
by the Peace River valley, the 1st at Peace River and the 2nd at Historic grave marker is on a hill overlooking centre which has vegetables and
Dunvegan. Rycroft
the town, a terrific view of the area fruits in season.
can be had from there. River boat "Hub of the Peace", a community
Girouxville tours available. Hear the roar of the of 638 persons located at the
Falher Popula on of 1,205 junc on of Hwys 2. & 49. The camp-
Known as the "Honey Capital of A French Canadian community with jet boat races in early July. ground at Nardam Lake has stocked
Canada", Falher is centrally located a popula on of 266. Situated on rainbow trout fishing.
in a region producing up to 2 million main street is a memorable
kilograms of honey annually. Here museum with over 4,000 exhibits
you will see the World's Largest Bee. and ar cles recalling Indian life,
While in Falher, take a swim in our missionary works, pioneering and
heated outdoor pool and stay at the trapping, early machinery and
Spirit River
Falher Municipal Campground. equipment, and much, much more.
Grimshaw West on Hwy 49 to the community with a
Wanham popula on of 1,025. The local economy is
Eaglesham The town popula on is 2,515 and is supported by agricultural, oil & gas industry. A busy
Located 8 kilometres north of the A plowing compe on is hosted Mile Zero of the Mackenzie Highway community that has a municipal campground with
highway 49. Eaglesham has a each year since 1971 with horses #35, extending some 600 kms north 22 full service sites and a tourist informa on booth.
popula on of 185. There is always and tractors compe ng. Usually to the Northwest Territories.
more to see than what meets the held the 3rd weekend of June it has Queen Elizabeth Prov. Park and Lac
eye. Stop and speak to the friendly expanded to include bull riding, Cardinal are located approx. 8 km
people and try the Lakeside Golf tractor pulls as well as events for NW of town. There are two more Baytree
and Country Club, a 9 hole golf children. campgrounds within town and 2 A farming community with a country general store,
course with a campground. miles north. located 8 km from the B.C. border.

18 19

British Columbia Hydro Power

The Peace River over the past 50 years has been
harnessed to generate electricity star ng with the WAC
Benne Dam outside of Hudson’s Hope that created the
huge Williston Lake. It was followed just down stream
Fort St with the smaller Peace Canyon Dam and a third presently
John
Hudson called the Site C dam is now under construc on just
Hope Fairview upstream from Taylor. This project can be viewed from

Chetwynd south of the river at Taylor or a few km opposite main
Dawson street in Fort St. John. This dam will take over 7 years to
Mackenzie Falher Site C Dam construction 2016 from Fort St. John viewpoint
Creek complete.
Destination BC/Andrew Strain
Dawson Creek Popula on 11,583.
It is the official western terminus of the Northern Woods
Prince & Water Highway and it is Mile Zero on the world famous
George Alaska Highway. A crossroads community, to the south Hudson’s Hope
east a highway connector to Edmonton. To the southwest
is the highway connector to lower mainland BC. Obviously Popula on 1,012. Located midway
Quesnel with these highways, tourism is a major part of the between Fort St. John and
BRITISH economy. Tradi onally this region is known for it’s high Chetwynd. Hydro country with
Williams quality agricultural products. In recent years forestry, oil & the WAC Benne Dam, and the
Lake gas, and wind energy have been added to the mix. Peace Canyon Dam. Slogan is
COLUMBIA “Playground of the Peace”. Watch
100 Mile
for Bald Eagles.
House
WAC Bennett Dam photo courtesy of BC Hydro Peace Canyon Dam photo courtesy of BC Hydro

Lillooet Cache
Creek
Whistler


Vancouver
Hope



The Alaska Highway

Has ly constructed during World War 2, the originally
highway was 1,700 miles long. There were historic
milepost markers that iden fied the distance from
Dawson Creek to the specific loca on. Some of these
were recorded on the Mile Zero Post in Dawson Creek. Tumbler Ridge Popula on 2,710.
Over me the once rugged highway has been
An out of the way side trip filled with stunning scenery, a
straightened and paved which has shortened its length to dream des na on for the outdoor enthusiast. Hiking,
1,387 miles. 2017 marks the 75th Anniversary of its camping, fes vals and events.
comple on.

Taylor Popula on 1,373.
At the bo om of the Peace Valley crossing the Peace Fort St John Popula on 18,609
River. There is an 18 hole golf course. Peace Island Park Head 3 km south from main street to a viewpoint
has serviced camping sites, as well as walking trails, overlooking the construc on site of the new Site C Dam.
horseshoe pits, and a boat launch. Home to World A young community growing with forestry as well as oil &
Invita onal Gold Panning Championship. gas related industries.
20

British Columbia Hydro Power

The Peace River over the past 50 years has been
harnessed to generate electricity star ng with the WAC
Benne Dam outside of Hudson’s Hope that created the
huge Williston Lake. It was followed just down stream
Fort St with the smaller Peace Canyon Dam and a third presently
John
Hudson called the Site C dam is now under construc on just
Hope Fairview upstream from Taylor. This project can be viewed from

Chetwynd south of the river at Taylor or a few km opposite main
Dawson street in Fort St. John. This dam will take over 7 years to
Mackenzie Falher Site C Dam construction 2016 from Fort St. John viewpoint
Creek complete.
Destination BC/Andrew Strain
Dawson Creek Popula on 11,583.
It is the official western terminus of the Northern Woods
Prince & Water Highway and it is Mile Zero on the world famous
George Alaska Highway. A crossroads community, to the south Hudson’s Hope
east a highway connector to Edmonton. To the southwest
is the highway connector to lower mainland BC. Obviously Popula on 1,012. Located midway
Quesnel with these highways, tourism is a major part of the between Fort St. John and
BRITISH economy. Tradi onally this region is known for it’s high Chetwynd. Hydro country with
Williams quality agricultural products. In recent years forestry, oil & the WAC Benne Dam, and the
Lake gas, and wind energy have been added to the mix. Peace Canyon Dam. Slogan is
COLUMBIA “Playground of the Peace”. Watch
100 Mile
for Bald Eagles.
House
WAC Bennett Dam photo courtesy of BC Hydro Peace Canyon Dam photo courtesy of BC Hydro

Lillooet Cache
Creek
Whistler


Vancouver
Hope



The Alaska Highway

Has ly constructed during World War 2, the originally
highway was 1,700 miles long. There were historic
milepost markers that iden fied the distance from
Dawson Creek to the specific loca on. Some of these
were recorded on the Mile Zero Post in Dawson Creek. Tumbler Ridge Popula on 2,710.
Over me the once rugged highway has been
An out of the way side trip filled with stunning scenery, a
straightened and paved which has shortened its length to dream des na on for the outdoor enthusiast. Hiking,
1,387 miles. 2017 marks the 75th Anniversary of its camping, fes vals and events.
comple on.

Taylor Popula on 1,373.
At the bo om of the Peace Valley crossing the Peace Fort St John Popula on 18,609
River. There is an 18 hole golf course. Peace Island Park Head 3 km south from main street to a viewpoint
has serviced camping sites, as well as walking trails, overlooking the construc on site of the new Site C Dam.
horseshoe pits, and a boat launch. Home to World A young community growing with forestry as well as oil &
Invita onal Gold Panning Championship. gas related industries.
20

Chetwynd famous World War II era Alaska Williams Lake

Celebra ng 55 years – July 1st! Highway. The area contains hun- Popula on 10,832. Largest popula on centre between
Chetwynd is located in the foothills dreds of years of First Na ons history Prince George and Kamloops. Home of Rick Hansen, “Man
of the eastern slope of the Rocky and a century of European home- in Mo on”. Primary industries are forestry, mining, and
stead history.
Mountains. The surrounding area ranching.
Thousands flock each year to the
contains mountains for hiking and Chetwynd Interna onal Chainsaw
skiing, lakes and rivers for swimming,
canoeing and fishing, and a country- Compe on. Chetwynd is known
worldwide for its fantas c collec on
side and park system that produces of chainsaw carvings. The annual
some of the best camping, snowmo- compe on has visually shaped Photo supplied by GO Chetwynd
biling, hun ng, and wildlife spo ng Chetwynd into a one-of-a-kind locale. of the area. The original General
in Canada. The region has a diverse Store houses unique collec ons from
Ar sts from all over the world early se lers. The front room was Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson
history, ranging from 90 million year compete in this unique compe on.
old dinosaur tracks to the world once the retail shop with the living 150 Mile House
The District of Chetwynd keeps each quarters of the proprietor in the rest
intricately carved piece from the of the house. Photo supplied by Town of Williams Lake Popula on 893 just 15 km south of William Lake. The name
championship and places them Outside among the several shows the distance from Lillooet via the Old Cariboo Road. It
throughout town. The collec on gardens and picnic tables are the BC was an important stop during the Cariboo Gold Rush.
includes more than 150 beau ful Rail car with interes ng collec ons of 100 Mile House
pieces, with new sculptures added railway memorabilia and local fossils. Popula on 1,886. Main service centre for
each year. Pickup a free brochure A trapper's cabin features trapping South Cariboo area. Was named during the
from the Visitor Centre and take a self- and hun ng gear used in the territory Cariboo Gold Rush era. Main industries are
guided tour of the carvings. though the many years. A popular forestry, ranching, log home building and
The Li le Prairie Heritage Museum loca on for weddings and photogra- tourism.
located just South of the community phers, Li le Prairie Museum is also a
features the family life and rich history pleasant stop for travellers.
Photo supplied by GO Chetwynd Highway 99 West
Pine Pass / Powder King Destination BC/Albert Normandin

Located 100 km southwest of Chetwynd. Summer camping at Azouze a Lake Sea to Sky Highway
Lodge & RV Campground (unserviced sites only) standup paddle board, canoe This route follows the nature of the Pemberton Whistler Popula on 7,699
and kayak rentals. The winter boasts 41 of snow and terrain for all skiers with Northern Woods & Water Highway Popula on 2,192. Was only Resort Popula on 9,824. A Resort
accommoda ons available. town with over 2 million visitors each
venturing through less populated accessible by train un l the 1960's
areas with lots of trees, water, and when Hwy 99 was built. Known as year for alpine skiing, snowboarding
wildlife to enjoy. “Seed Potato Capital of the World” and in summer hiking and mountain
Mackenzie also dependent on tourism and biking.

Popula on of 4,539. A vibrant Azouze a LakeImages provided by Powder King Mountain Resort Lillooet logging. Checkout some natural hot
community located at the southend Popula on 2,321. An important place springs in the area. Been the site for
of Williston Lake. Lots to see and do, in aboriginal history. Many many movies and commercials.
camping, fishing, hiking, swimming archaelogical sites in the vicinity of
on beau ful sandy beaches. Many town once known for producing and
parks & lakes to explore in the expor ng jade to China.
region.
Woodland Cariboo Destination BC/Albert Normandin


Prince George Quesnel Destination BC

With a popula on of 71,273 it is the Popula on of 10,007. The city has Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson Squamish Popula on
17,158 Located at the northend of
largest city in northern BC. with many provincial parks in the surrounding area to enjoy Howe Sound. Tourism is a major part
everything you could need for re- offering camping, fishing, swimming, boa ng, including of the economy. Home to the
stocking & repairs. the world famous Bowron Lakes canoes circuit and Squamish Na on peoples.
historic gold rush towns of Barkerville and Wells to the
east.
22 Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson Destination BC/Big Sky Golf & CC 23

Chetwynd famous World War II era Alaska Williams Lake

Celebra ng 55 years – July 1st! Highway. The area contains hun- Popula on 10,832. Largest popula on centre between
Chetwynd is located in the foothills dreds of years of First Na ons history Prince George and Kamloops. Home of Rick Hansen, “Man
of the eastern slope of the Rocky and a century of European home- in Mo on”. Primary industries are forestry, mining, and
stead history.
Mountains. The surrounding area ranching.
Thousands flock each year to the
contains mountains for hiking and Chetwynd Interna onal Chainsaw
skiing, lakes and rivers for swimming,
canoeing and fishing, and a country- Compe on. Chetwynd is known
worldwide for its fantas c collec on
side and park system that produces of chainsaw carvings. The annual
some of the best camping, snowmo- compe on has visually shaped Photo supplied by GO Chetwynd
biling, hun ng, and wildlife spo ng Chetwynd into a one-of-a-kind locale. of the area. The original General
in Canada. The region has a diverse Store houses unique collec ons from
Ar sts from all over the world early se lers. The front room was Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson
history, ranging from 90 million year compete in this unique compe on.
old dinosaur tracks to the world once the retail shop with the living 150 Mile House
The District of Chetwynd keeps each quarters of the proprietor in the rest
intricately carved piece from the of the house. Photo supplied by Town of Williams Lake Popula on 893 just 15 km south of William Lake. The name
championship and places them Outside among the several shows the distance from Lillooet via the Old Cariboo Road. It
throughout town. The collec on gardens and picnic tables are the BC was an important stop during the Cariboo Gold Rush.
includes more than 150 beau ful Rail car with interes ng collec ons of 100 Mile House
pieces, with new sculptures added railway memorabilia and local fossils. Popula on 1,886. Main service centre for
each year. Pickup a free brochure A trapper's cabin features trapping South Cariboo area. Was named during the
from the Visitor Centre and take a self- and hun ng gear used in the territory Cariboo Gold Rush era. Main industries are
guided tour of the carvings. though the many years. A popular forestry, ranching, log home building and
The Li le Prairie Heritage Museum loca on for weddings and photogra- tourism.
located just South of the community phers, Li le Prairie Museum is also a
features the family life and rich history pleasant stop for travellers.
Photo supplied by GO Chetwynd Highway 99 West
Pine Pass / Powder King Destination BC/Albert Normandin

Located 100 km southwest of Chetwynd. Summer camping at Azouze a Lake Sea to Sky Highway
Lodge & RV Campground (unserviced sites only) standup paddle board, canoe This route follows the nature of the Pemberton Whistler Popula on 7,699
and kayak rentals. The winter boasts 41 of snow and terrain for all skiers with Northern Woods & Water Highway Popula on 2,192. Was only Resort Popula on 9,824. A Resort
accommoda ons available. town with over 2 million visitors each
venturing through less populated accessible by train un l the 1960's
areas with lots of trees, water, and when Hwy 99 was built. Known as year for alpine skiing, snowboarding
wildlife to enjoy. “Seed Potato Capital of the World” and in summer hiking and mountain
Mackenzie also dependent on tourism and biking.

Popula on of 4,539. A vibrant Azouze a LakeImages provided by Powder King Mountain Resort Lillooet logging. Checkout some natural hot
community located at the southend Popula on 2,321. An important place springs in the area. Been the site for
of Williston Lake. Lots to see and do, in aboriginal history. Many many movies and commercials.
camping, fishing, hiking, swimming archaelogical sites in the vicinity of
on beau ful sandy beaches. Many town once known for producing and
parks & lakes to explore in the expor ng jade to China.
region.
Woodland Cariboo Destination BC/Albert Normandin


Prince George Quesnel Destination BC

With a popula on of 71,273 it is the Popula on of 10,007. The city has Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson Squamish Popula on
17,158 Located at the northend of
largest city in northern BC. with many provincial parks in the surrounding area to enjoy Howe Sound. Tourism is a major part
everything you could need for re- offering camping, fishing, swimming, boa ng, including of the economy. Home to the
stocking & repairs. the world famous Bowron Lakes canoes circuit and Squamish Na on peoples.
historic gold rush towns of Barkerville and Wells to the
east.
22 Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson Destination BC/Big Sky Golf & CC 23

Schedule of Events August
Horseshoe

Bay May July Canada’s Na onal

The BC Ferries Ukrainian Fes val
Terminal for those Dauphin
wan ng to venture Maple Flag Cold Lake Williams Lake Stampede Weekend a er August Long.
across to Nanaimo From mid May to end of June. M-F July 1st Long weekend
and Vancouver Island. mul ple flights per day.
High Prairie Elks Pro
June Swan River Rodeo Rodeo
Photo courtesy of Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson Photo courtesy of Destination BC End of July August 1 & 2, 2017

Meadow Lake Stampede Dawson Creek Exhibi on
Highway 1 Trans Canada Fraser Canyon 2nd week of June & Stampede


Cache Creek Spences Bridge Lytton Popula on 228. At Chetwynd Interna onal 2nd Weekend of August
Chainsaw Carving
Popula on 1,040. Located at Popula on 138. Fruit growing and the convergence of the mighty Championship
junc on of Hwy 1 and Hwy 97. farming. Old Spences Bridge was Fraser River and the Thompson 2nd weekend of June
Many local farm markets offering a closed in 2014 a er 82 years in River. lots of hiking, river ra ing,
wide variety of locally grown service. fishing and areas to explore. Dauphin Countryfest
produce and other tasty treats.
end of June-July long weekend
Boston Bar Yale Popula on 186 A large Flin Flon Trout Fes val

Popula on of 860. “Centre of the community of 10,000 during gold Hope Popula on 5,969. Most End of June beginning of July Photos courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism
easterly point of “Lower Mainland”.
Fabulous Fraser Canyon”. Name rush era. Steamers could make it up A popular loca on for films and TV.
dates back to Fraser Canyon Gold the Fraser River this far. Now Fort Dauphin Museum Historic Sites
Rush era. popula on is mostly Yale First 140 Jackson Street
Na ons. Camping facili es, river Dauphin, MB
ra ing, and hostels. Bridal Falls 204 638-6630 Living
Hells Gate Highway services community

Tourists area located at a narrow named for Bridal Veil Falls. Forestry
gorge on the Fraser River just down Museum
stream from Boston Bar. Was a
popular fishing spot for aboriginal Chilliwack Nipawin, Sask
communi es but a rockslide in 1914 Popula on of 77,936. Was 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
obstructed the salmon run. predominantly agricultural and has (306) 862-9299
Fishways have been created since. become urban. It is surrounded by
recrea onal areas.
Lac La Biche Mission Historic Dunvegan

West of Lac La Biche, AB South of Fairview, AB
Abbotsford 780 623-3274 780 835-7150
Popula on 133,497.
Welcome to the Fraser Delta
with its rich soils and
abundant agricultural
produc on.



Photos courtesy of Destination BC
24 25

Schedule of Events August
Horseshoe

Bay May July Canada’s Na onal

The BC Ferries Ukrainian Fes val
Terminal for those Dauphin
wan ng to venture Maple Flag Cold Lake Williams Lake Stampede Weekend a er August Long.
across to Nanaimo From mid May to end of June. M-F July 1st Long weekend
and Vancouver Island. mul ple flights per day.
High Prairie Elks Pro
June Swan River Rodeo Rodeo
Photo courtesy of Destination BC/Blake Jorgenson Photo courtesy of Destination BC End of July August 1 & 2, 2017

Meadow Lake Stampede Dawson Creek Exhibi on
Highway 1 Trans Canada Fraser Canyon 2nd week of June & Stampede


Cache Creek Spences Bridge Lytton Popula on 228. At Chetwynd Interna onal 2nd Weekend of August
Chainsaw Carving
Popula on 1,040. Located at Popula on 138. Fruit growing and the convergence of the mighty Championship
junc on of Hwy 1 and Hwy 97. farming. Old Spences Bridge was Fraser River and the Thompson 2nd weekend of June
Many local farm markets offering a closed in 2014 a er 82 years in River. lots of hiking, river ra ing,
wide variety of locally grown service. fishing and areas to explore. Dauphin Countryfest
produce and other tasty treats.
end of June-July long weekend
Boston Bar Yale Popula on 186 A large Flin Flon Trout Fes val

Popula on of 860. “Centre of the community of 10,000 during gold Hope Popula on 5,969. Most End of June beginning of July Photos courtesy of Saskatchewan Tourism
easterly point of “Lower Mainland”.
Fabulous Fraser Canyon”. Name rush era. Steamers could make it up A popular loca on for films and TV.
dates back to Fraser Canyon Gold the Fraser River this far. Now Fort Dauphin Museum Historic Sites
Rush era. popula on is mostly Yale First 140 Jackson Street
Na ons. Camping facili es, river Dauphin, MB
ra ing, and hostels. Bridal Falls 204 638-6630 Living
Hells Gate Highway services community

Tourists area located at a narrow named for Bridal Veil Falls. Forestry
gorge on the Fraser River just down Museum
stream from Boston Bar. Was a
popular fishing spot for aboriginal Chilliwack Nipawin, Sask
communi es but a rockslide in 1914 Popula on of 77,936. Was 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
obstructed the salmon run. predominantly agricultural and has (306) 862-9299
Fishways have been created since. become urban. It is surrounded by
recrea onal areas.
Lac La Biche Mission Historic Dunvegan

West of Lac La Biche, AB South of Fairview, AB
Abbotsford 780 623-3274 780 835-7150
Popula on 133,497.
Welcome to the Fraser Delta
with its rich soils and
abundant agricultural
produc on.



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Fishing & Boating Fishing for families & adults






Stocked Ponds River/Stream Shore Fishing Boat Rentals Boat Launches Northern Pike Yellow Perch Whitefish Rainbow Trout Lake Trout Freshwater Drum Other Species ALBERTA FISHING Stocked Ponds River/Stream Shore Fishing Boat Rentals Boat Launches Northern Pike Walleye Yellow Perch Whitefish Burbot Trout Lake Trout Goldeye Arc c Grayling Other Species

MANITOBA FISHING by Region Walleye Burbot Sauger Cold Lake Cold Lake x x x x x x x x x x x x
Rubber Ducky Resort Warren x x x Hwy 55 West Rich Lake x x x x x x x x x x x
Lake Manitoba Inter-lakes x x x x x x Lac La Biche Lac La Biche x x x x x x x x x
Dauphin Lake Dauphin x x x x x x Athabasca River Athabasca x x x x x x x x x x x
Duck Mountain Provincial Park x x x x x x x x x x x x nw of Athabasca x x x x x x x x
Lake Winnipegosis Winnipegosis x x x x x x x x Slave Lake x x x x x x x x x x x
Rivers & Streams Swan River x x x x x x x x x Kimiwan lake McLennan x x x x x x x x x x x x
Hwy 10 North x x x x x x x x x x x x Heart River Nampa x x x x x x x
Overowing River Overowing River x x x x x x x x x Smoky River west of Falher x x x x x x x x x
The Pas x x x x x x x x Peace River Peace River, Dunvegan x x x x x x x x x x x x
Clearwater Lake Prov Park The Pas x x x x x x x x Moonshine Lake West of Spirit River x x x x x x Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel
Cranberry Portage x x x x x x x x x
Baker’s Narrows Prov Park Flin Flon x x x x x x x x x x x x
Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel


Stocked Ponds River/Stream Shore Fishing Boat Rentals Boat Launches Rainbow Trout Bull Trout Arc c Grayling Cu hroat Trout Dolly Vardon Lake Trout Kokanee Salmon Chinook Salmon Chum Salmon Other Species

Stocked Ponds River/Stream Shore Fishing Boat Rentals Boat Launches Northern Pike Yellow Perch Whitefish Rainbow Trout Lake Trout Other Species BRITISH COLUMBIA FISHING x x x x x x x x x x
Taylor
Lower Peace River
SASKATCHEWAN FISHING by Region Walleye Burbot Goldeye Sauger Upper Peace River MacKenzie x x x x x x x x x x x
Deschambault Lake Hanson Lake Road x x x x x x x x x x x Upper Fraser River Prince George x x x x x x x x x x
East of Nipawin x x x x x x x x x x Chilcotin River Williams Lake x x x x x x x x x x
Tobin Lake Nipawin x x x x x x x x x x Thompson River Cache Creek x x x x x x x x x x
North Saskatchewan River Prince Albert x x x x x x x x x x x x Lower Fraser River Lillooet x x x x x x x x x x
Cowan Lake Big River x x x x x x x x x x x Lower Fraser River Hope x x x x x x x x x x
Delaronde Lake Big River x x x x x x x x x
Green Lake Green Lake x x x x x x x x BC has the most diverse shing of the four provinces. North of MacKenze you will
Meadow Lake x x x x x x x x experience similiar species to the other provinces with Northern Pike, Walleye, Goldeye,
Meadow Lake Prov Park Dorintosh, Goodsoil, x x x x x x x x x x x Whitesh, Rainbow Trout, and Arctic Grayling with the addition of Kokanee in the Williston
Pierceland x x x x x x x x x x Reservoir. South of MacKenzie the inuence of the Fraser River and access to the ocean
add Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, and natural occurring Trout in streams and rivers .

Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel


Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel






















Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel
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Fishing & Boating Fishing for families & adults






Stocked Ponds River/Stream Shore Fishing Boat Rentals Boat Launches Northern Pike Yellow Perch Whitefish Rainbow Trout Lake Trout Freshwater Drum Other Species ALBERTA FISHING Stocked Ponds River/Stream Shore Fishing Boat Rentals Boat Launches Northern Pike Walleye Yellow Perch Whitefish Burbot Trout Lake Trout Goldeye Arc c Grayling Other Species

MANITOBA FISHING by Region Walleye Burbot Sauger Cold Lake Cold Lake x x x x x x x x x x x x
Rubber Ducky Resort Warren x x x Hwy 55 West Rich Lake x x x x x x x x x x x
Lake Manitoba Inter-lakes x x x x x x Lac La Biche Lac La Biche x x x x x x x x x
Dauphin Lake Dauphin x x x x x x Athabasca River Athabasca x x x x x x x x x x x
Duck Mountain Provincial Park x x x x x x x x x x x x nw of Athabasca x x x x x x x x
Lake Winnipegosis Winnipegosis x x x x x x x x Slave Lake x x x x x x x x x x x
Rivers & Streams Swan River x x x x x x x x x Kimiwan lake McLennan x x x x x x x x x x x x
Hwy 10 North x x x x x x x x x x x x Heart River Nampa x x x x x x x
Overowing River Overowing River x x x x x x x x x Smoky River west of Falher x x x x x x x x x
The Pas x x x x x x x x Peace River Peace River, Dunvegan x x x x x x x x x x x x
Clearwater Lake Prov Park The Pas x x x x x x x x Moonshine Lake West of Spirit River x x x x x x Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel
Cranberry Portage x x x x x x x x x
Baker’s Narrows Prov Park Flin Flon x x x x x x x x x x x x
Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel


Stocked Ponds River/Stream Shore Fishing Boat Rentals Boat Launches Rainbow Trout Bull Trout Arc c Grayling Cu hroat Trout Dolly Vardon Lake Trout Kokanee Salmon Chinook Salmon Chum Salmon Other Species

Stocked Ponds River/Stream Shore Fishing Boat Rentals Boat Launches Northern Pike Yellow Perch Whitefish Rainbow Trout Lake Trout Other Species BRITISH COLUMBIA FISHING x x x x x x x x x x
Taylor
Lower Peace River
SASKATCHEWAN FISHING by Region Walleye Burbot Goldeye Sauger Upper Peace River MacKenzie x x x x x x x x x x x
Deschambault Lake Hanson Lake Road x x x x x x x x x x x Upper Fraser River Prince George x x x x x x x x x x
East of Nipawin x x x x x x x x x x Chilcotin River Williams Lake x x x x x x x x x x
Tobin Lake Nipawin x x x x x x x x x x Thompson River Cache Creek x x x x x x x x x x
North Saskatchewan River Prince Albert x x x x x x x x x x x x Lower Fraser River Lillooet x x x x x x x x x x
Cowan Lake Big River x x x x x x x x x x x Lower Fraser River Hope x x x x x x x x x x
Delaronde Lake Big River x x x x x x x x x
Green Lake Green Lake x x x x x x x x BC has the most diverse shing of the four provinces. North of MacKenze you will
Meadow Lake x x x x x x x x experience similiar species to the other provinces with Northern Pike, Walleye, Goldeye,
Meadow Lake Prov Park Dorintosh, Goodsoil, x x x x x x x x x x x Whitesh, Rainbow Trout, and Arctic Grayling with the addition of Kokanee in the Williston
Pierceland x x x x x x x x x x Reservoir. South of MacKenzie the inuence of the Fraser River and access to the ocean
add Salmon, Steelhead, Sturgeon, and natural occurring Trout in streams and rivers .

Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel


Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel






















Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel Photo courtesy of Alberta Travel
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Camping MANITOBA CAMPGROUNDS Tents Full Service 30 amp Power 50 amp Water Showers Laundry Pull-Throughs Sani Dump Fishing Boat Launch Golf Playground Swimming Pool ALBERTA CAMPGROUNDS Tents Full Service 30 amp Power 50 amp Water Showers Laundry Pull-Throughs Sani Dump Fishing Boat Launch Playground Swimming Pool
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Golf
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Rubber Ducky Resort Warren x x x x x x x x x x x (780) 322-5286 Cold Lake Municipal Cold Lake S x x x x x x x (780) 594-4747
Shallow Point Campground Oakpoint x x x x x x x x x (780) 768-4231 Cold Lake MD Campground Cold Lake N x x x x x x (780) 639-4121
Lundar Beach Prov Park Lundar x x x x x Faust Cold Lake Provincial Park Cold Lake x x x x x x (780) 594-7856
McEwan Memorial Park Eriksdale x Phone Fork Lake Recreation Area Hwy 55 x x x x x x x (780) 623-1747
Lake Manitoba Narrows Lodge The Narrows x x`x x x x x (204) 768-2749 Sir Winston Churchill PP Lac La Biche x x x x x x x x (877) 537-2757
Parc Molgat Park Campground Ste Rose du Lac x x x x x x (204) 447-2229 780 355-2530 Young’s Beach Campground Lac La Biche x x x x x x x x x (780)623-2604
Rainbow Beach Provincial Park Ochre River x x x x x x x (204) 726-6441 Plamondon Whitesand Resort Plamondon x x x x x x x x (780) 798-2254
Dauphin Beach Golf Resort Dauphin Beach x x x x x x (204) 638-9400 207 Full Service Lots Propane Boyle Municipal Campground Boyle x x x x (780) 689-3643
40 Basic Lots
Boat Launch
Gas - Cell Service Vermillion Campground Dauphin x x x x x x x (204) 622-3150 Free Firewood Marina Shoreline Camping & Fish Resort Boyle x x x x x x x x x x x (780) 689-4363
Fishing Licenses & Bait Ethelbert Community Park Ethelbert x x x (204) 742-3301 WiFi for Campers Fishing Licenses Blueberry Hill RV Park Athabasca x x x x x x (780) 675-3733
x x x x x x x x (780) 849-7100
Slave Lake
Lesser Slave Lake PP
Winnipegosis Park Beach Camp Winnipegosis x x x x x x x x (204) 656-4791 Ice & Ice Cream Bait
Boat Launch Big Fish Bay RV Resort Slave Lake x x x x x x x x x x (780) 849-2020
Wellman Lake Lodge Duck Mtn P P x x x x x x x x x x x x (204) 525-4422
Quiet off Highway Campground Spruce Point Park Kinuso x x x x x x x x x x (780) 775-3805
Blue Lakes Resort & Campgrd Duck Mtn P P x x x x x x x x x (204) 480-9393 Bay Shore Resort Inc Faust x x x x x x x (780) 355-2530
Childs Lake Lodge Duck Mtn P P x x x x x x x x x x (204) 546-2746 Shadow Creek Resort Joussard x x x x x x x (780) 776-0002
Green Acres Campground Swan River x x x x x x (204) 734-3334 Shaws Point Resort Grouard x x x x x x x x x x (780) 751-3900
204 623-7775 Overowing River P P Overowing River x x x x x x x x (204) 623-7775 Hillard’s Bay Prov Park Grouard x x x x x x x x (877) 537-2757
The Pas
x x x x x x x x x
Clearwater Lake P P (2)
High Prairie Elks Campground
High Prairie
x x x x x x x (780) 523-3724
Overflowing River McKenzie’s RV Park Cranberry Portage (204) 472-3660 Winagami Lake Prov Park Winagami Lake x x x x x x x x x (780) 849-7100
Viking Lodge Cranberry Portage (204) 472-3337 Kimiwan Campground McLennan x x x x x x x (780) 324-3065
Campground & Gas Bar Bakers Narrows P P Bakers Narrows x x x x x x x x x x (204) 687-1651 Mill Brown Memorial Campsite Nampa x x x (780) 322-3852
Grass River P P (3) Flin Flon x x x x x x x Peace River Lions Campground Peace River x x x x x x x x (780) 624-2120
Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park Grimshaw x x x x x x x x (780) 624-6486
Fairview RV Park Fairview x x x x x x x x x (780) 835-5577
Note: This is just a par al lis ng of camping alterna ves along the Northern Woods & Water Dunvegan Provincial Park Fairview x x x x x x x (877) 538-5350
Moonshine Lake Provincial Park West of Spirit River x x x x x x x x (780) 538-5350
Highway. There are wayside camping spots as well as other unlisted sites.
Full Service 30 amp Power Showers Pull-Throughs Sani Dump Boat Launch Playground Swimming Pool BRITISH COLUMBIA CAMPGROUNDS Tents Full Service 30 amp Power 50 amp Water Showers Laundry Pull-Throughs Sani Dump Wi Fishing Boat Launch Golf Playground Swimming Pool
SASKATCHEWAN CAMPGROUNDS Tents 50 amp Water Laundry Wi Fishing Golf Mile 0 Campsite Dawson Creek x x x x x x x x 250-782-2590
Bloomelds Deschambault Lk Hanson Lake Rd x x x x x x x x x (306) 426-2493 Northern Lights RV Park Dawson Creek x x x x x x x x 250-782-9433
Narrow Hills P P (5 campgrounds) Hanson Lake Rd x x (306) 425-4234 Farmington Fairways Golf Course & RV Park x x 250-843-7774
Carrot River Overnite Park Carrot River x x x x x (306) 768-2515 Fairway RV Taylor x x x x x 250-789-3794
Pasquia Regional Park x x x x x x x x x (306) 768-3239 Peace Island Park Ft St John x x x x x 250-789-9295
Serenity Bay Resort & RV Park Tobin Lk Rd x x x x x x x x x x (306) 862-9810 Corner RV and Campsite Ft St John x x x x 250-785-4218
Tobin Lake Resort Tobin Lake (306) 862-4976 Rotary RV Park Ft St John x x x x x x x x x x 250-785-1700
Tobin Lake Hilltop Campground Tobin Lake x x x x x x x x x x x x (306) 862-4444 Charlie Lake RV & Leisure Charlie Lake 250-787-1569
Nipawin Motor Inn & RV Park Nipawin x x x x x (306) 862-3911 Rotary Forest Recreation Site Charlie Lake x x 250-964-2243
Nipawin Regional Park Nipawin x x x x x x x x x (306) 862-3237 Lynx Creek RV Park - N of Hudson’s Hope x x x x x 250-783-5333
Carrols Cove White Fox (306) 276-2414 Dinosaur Lake Campground Hudson’s Hope x 250-783-9901
Love Municipal Campground Love Cameron Lake Campground Hudson’s Hope x x x 250-783-9901
Pineview Campground Smeaton (306) 426-7778 Moberly Lake Marina & Resort Moberly Lake x x x 250-788-2050
Weirdale Municipal Campground Weirdale (306) 929-2625 Westwind RV Chetwynd x x x x x x 250-788-2190
Prince Albert National Park (5 campgrounds) Lions Flatbed Creek Campgrnd Tumbler Ridge x x x 250-242-1197
PA Exhibition Campground Prince Albert x x Azouzetta Lake Lodge Pine Creek Pass x 250-277-8245
Shellbrook Kinsmen Park Shellbrook x x x x x x Regional Park Mackenzie Municipal Campgrnd Mackenzie x x x 250-997-3761
Canwood Regional Park Canwood x x x x x x x Whiskers Point Prov. Park McLeod Lake x x x 250-964-3489
Big River Regional Park Big River x x x x (306) 469-2232 Ÿ 2 locations: Community Centre and Southpark RV Prk &Campgrnd Prince George x x x x x x x x x x x 250-963-7577
Poplar Point Resort Poplar Point (306) 469-4987 Cowan Lake 10 Mile Lake Prov. Parks - north of Quesnel x x x x x x 250-397-2523
Green Lake Lodge Green Lake x x x x x (306) 832-2070 Ÿ 45 fully-serviced sites, plus non- Lazy Daze Resort Quesnel x x x x x x x 250-992-6700
Meadow Lake Lions Regional Pak Meadow Lake x x x (306) 236-4477 serviced sites Robert’s Roost RV Park & Cmp Quesnel x x x x x x x x 250-747-2015
Meadow Lake P P Meadow LakePP x x x Ÿ coin-operated showers & laundromat Cariboo Place Campsite - 32 km S of Quesnel x x x x x x 250-747-0699
Tawaw Cabins Waterhen Lake x x x x x x (306) 236-6716 Ÿ Daily, weekly and monthly rate Cottonwood Recreation Site Lillooet x 208-879-6200
Northern Meadows Golf Club Goodsoil x x x x x x x (306) 238-4653 Phone 306-469-2232 Nairn Falls Prov. Park - 32 km NE Whistler x x 604-986-9371
Northern Cross Resort Lac des Iles x x x x x (306) 986-2618 Whistler RV Park & Campgrnd Whistler x x x x x x 604-905-2523

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Camping MANITOBA CAMPGROUNDS Tents Full Service 30 amp Power 50 amp Water Showers Laundry Pull-Throughs Sani Dump Fishing Boat Launch Golf Playground Swimming Pool ALBERTA CAMPGROUNDS Tents Full Service 30 amp Power 50 amp Water Showers Laundry Pull-Throughs Sani Dump Fishing Boat Launch Playground Swimming Pool
Wi
Golf
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Rubber Ducky Resort Warren x x x x x x x x x x x (780) 322-5286 Cold Lake Municipal Cold Lake S x x x x x x x (780) 594-4747
Shallow Point Campground Oakpoint x x x x x x x x x (780) 768-4231 Cold Lake MD Campground Cold Lake N x x x x x x (780) 639-4121
Lundar Beach Prov Park Lundar x x x x x Faust Cold Lake Provincial Park Cold Lake x x x x x x (780) 594-7856
McEwan Memorial Park Eriksdale x Phone Fork Lake Recreation Area Hwy 55 x x x x x x x (780) 623-1747
Lake Manitoba Narrows Lodge The Narrows x x`x x x x x (204) 768-2749 Sir Winston Churchill PP Lac La Biche x x x x x x x x (877) 537-2757
Parc Molgat Park Campground Ste Rose du Lac x x x x x x (204) 447-2229 780 355-2530 Young’s Beach Campground Lac La Biche x x x x x x x x x (780)623-2604
Rainbow Beach Provincial Park Ochre River x x x x x x x (204) 726-6441 Plamondon Whitesand Resort Plamondon x x x x x x x x (780) 798-2254
Dauphin Beach Golf Resort Dauphin Beach x x x x x x (204) 638-9400 207 Full Service Lots Propane Boyle Municipal Campground Boyle x x x x (780) 689-3643
40 Basic Lots
Boat Launch
Gas - Cell Service Vermillion Campground Dauphin x x x x x x x (204) 622-3150 Free Firewood Marina Shoreline Camping & Fish Resort Boyle x x x x x x x x x x x (780) 689-4363
Fishing Licenses & Bait Ethelbert Community Park Ethelbert x x x (204) 742-3301 WiFi for Campers Fishing Licenses Blueberry Hill RV Park Athabasca x x x x x x (780) 675-3733
x x x x x x x x (780) 849-7100
Slave Lake
Lesser Slave Lake PP
Winnipegosis Park Beach Camp Winnipegosis x x x x x x x x (204) 656-4791 Ice & Ice Cream Bait
Boat Launch Big Fish Bay RV Resort Slave Lake x x x x x x x x x x (780) 849-2020
Wellman Lake Lodge Duck Mtn P P x x x x x x x x x x x x (204) 525-4422
Quiet off Highway Campground Spruce Point Park Kinuso x x x x x x x x x x (780) 775-3805
Blue Lakes Resort & Campgrd Duck Mtn P P x x x x x x x x x (204) 480-9393 Bay Shore Resort Inc Faust x x x x x x x (780) 355-2530
Childs Lake Lodge Duck Mtn P P x x x x x x x x x x (204) 546-2746 Shadow Creek Resort Joussard x x x x x x x (780) 776-0002
Green Acres Campground Swan River x x x x x x (204) 734-3334 Shaws Point Resort Grouard x x x x x x x x x x (780) 751-3900
204 623-7775 Overowing River P P Overowing River x x x x x x x x (204) 623-7775 Hillard’s Bay Prov Park Grouard x x x x x x x x (877) 537-2757
The Pas
x x x x x x x x x
Clearwater Lake P P (2)
High Prairie Elks Campground
High Prairie
x x x x x x x (780) 523-3724
Overflowing River McKenzie’s RV Park Cranberry Portage (204) 472-3660 Winagami Lake Prov Park Winagami Lake x x x x x x x x x (780) 849-7100
Viking Lodge Cranberry Portage (204) 472-3337 Kimiwan Campground McLennan x x x x x x x (780) 324-3065
Campground & Gas Bar Bakers Narrows P P Bakers Narrows x x x x x x x x x x (204) 687-1651 Mill Brown Memorial Campsite Nampa x x x (780) 322-3852
Grass River P P (3) Flin Flon x x x x x x x Peace River Lions Campground Peace River x x x x x x x x (780) 624-2120
Queen Elizabeth Provincial Park Grimshaw x x x x x x x x (780) 624-6486
Fairview RV Park Fairview x x x x x x x x x (780) 835-5577
Note: This is just a par al lis ng of camping alterna ves along the Northern Woods & Water Dunvegan Provincial Park Fairview x x x x x x x (877) 538-5350
Moonshine Lake Provincial Park West of Spirit River x x x x x x x x (780) 538-5350
Highway. There are wayside camping spots as well as other unlisted sites.
Full Service 30 amp Power Showers Pull-Throughs Sani Dump Boat Launch Playground Swimming Pool BRITISH COLUMBIA CAMPGROUNDS Tents Full Service 30 amp Power 50 amp Water Showers Laundry Pull-Throughs Sani Dump Wi Fishing Boat Launch Golf Playground Swimming Pool
SASKATCHEWAN CAMPGROUNDS Tents 50 amp Water Laundry Wi Fishing Golf Mile 0 Campsite Dawson Creek x x x x x x x x 250-782-2590
Bloomelds Deschambault Lk Hanson Lake Rd x x x x x x x x x (306) 426-2493 Northern Lights RV Park Dawson Creek x x x x x x x x 250-782-9433
Narrow Hills P P (5 campgrounds) Hanson Lake Rd x x (306) 425-4234 Farmington Fairways Golf Course & RV Park x x 250-843-7774
Carrot River Overnite Park Carrot River x x x x x (306) 768-2515 Fairway RV Taylor x x x x x 250-789-3794
Pasquia Regional Park x x x x x x x x x (306) 768-3239 Peace Island Park Ft St John x x x x x 250-789-9295
Serenity Bay Resort & RV Park Tobin Lk Rd x x x x x x x x x x (306) 862-9810 Corner RV and Campsite Ft St John x x x x 250-785-4218
Tobin Lake Resort Tobin Lake (306) 862-4976 Rotary RV Park Ft St John x x x x x x x x x x 250-785-1700
Tobin Lake Hilltop Campground Tobin Lake x x x x x x x x x x x x (306) 862-4444 Charlie Lake RV & Leisure Charlie Lake 250-787-1569
Nipawin Motor Inn & RV Park Nipawin x x x x x (306) 862-3911 Rotary Forest Recreation Site Charlie Lake x x 250-964-2243
Nipawin Regional Park Nipawin x x x x x x x x x (306) 862-3237 Lynx Creek RV Park - N of Hudson’s Hope x x x x x 250-783-5333
Carrols Cove White Fox (306) 276-2414 Dinosaur Lake Campground Hudson’s Hope x 250-783-9901
Love Municipal Campground Love Cameron Lake Campground Hudson’s Hope x x x 250-783-9901
Pineview Campground Smeaton (306) 426-7778 Moberly Lake Marina & Resort Moberly Lake x x x 250-788-2050
Weirdale Municipal Campground Weirdale (306) 929-2625 Westwind RV Chetwynd x x x x x x 250-788-2190
Prince Albert National Park (5 campgrounds) Lions Flatbed Creek Campgrnd Tumbler Ridge x x x 250-242-1197
PA Exhibition Campground Prince Albert x x Azouzetta Lake Lodge Pine Creek Pass x 250-277-8245
Shellbrook Kinsmen Park Shellbrook x x x x x x Regional Park Mackenzie Municipal Campgrnd Mackenzie x x x 250-997-3761
Canwood Regional Park Canwood x x x x x x x Whiskers Point Prov. Park McLeod Lake x x x 250-964-3489
Big River Regional Park Big River x x x x (306) 469-2232 Ÿ 2 locations: Community Centre and Southpark RV Prk &Campgrnd Prince George x x x x x x x x x x x 250-963-7577
Poplar Point Resort Poplar Point (306) 469-4987 Cowan Lake 10 Mile Lake Prov. Parks - north of Quesnel x x x x x x 250-397-2523
Green Lake Lodge Green Lake x x x x x (306) 832-2070 Ÿ 45 fully-serviced sites, plus non- Lazy Daze Resort Quesnel x x x x x x x 250-992-6700
Meadow Lake Lions Regional Pak Meadow Lake x x x (306) 236-4477 serviced sites Robert’s Roost RV Park & Cmp Quesnel x x x x x x x x 250-747-2015
Meadow Lake P P Meadow LakePP x x x Ÿ coin-operated showers & laundromat Cariboo Place Campsite - 32 km S of Quesnel x x x x x x 250-747-0699
Tawaw Cabins Waterhen Lake x x x x x x (306) 236-6716 Ÿ Daily, weekly and monthly rate Cottonwood Recreation Site Lillooet x 208-879-6200
Northern Meadows Golf Club Goodsoil x x x x x x x (306) 238-4653 Phone 306-469-2232 Nairn Falls Prov. Park - 32 km NE Whistler x x 604-986-9371
Northern Cross Resort Lac des Iles x x x x x (306) 986-2618 Whistler RV Park & Campgrnd Whistler x x x x x x 604-905-2523

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Golf Hidden Gem Golf Courses Enjoy a Enjoying the beauty of the northern

woods and water as you travel


Walk ons Welcome Power Carts Licensed Prac se Facili es Camping between courses.
MANITOBA GOLF COURSES Holes Yards Par Rentals Food Golf Play 8 different courses over two
Bel Acres Golf & Country Club Rosser 18 6975 72 x x x x x (204) 632-8341 weeks. Well kept courses that
Affordable Warren Golf & Country Club Warren 18 6775 71 x x x x x (204) 322-5335 welcome walk-ons and affordable rates
compared to larger urban courses.
Manipogo Golf & Country Club
St Laurent
(204) 646-2100
9 3256 36 x x x x
Lundar Golf & Country Club Lundar 9 3021 36 x x x x x (204) 762-5877
Dauphin Lake Golf Resort Ochre River 18 6110 70 x x x x x x (204) 638-9400 Vacation Travel on your own or join an
Non Rushed Winnipegosis Municipal Golf Winnipegosis 9 2861 36 (204) 656-4737 organized tour: email:
Swan River Golf & Country Club Swan River 18 6812 70 x x x x x (204) 734-2059
Halcrow Lake Golf & CC The Pas 9 3309 36 x x x x x (204) 627-2300 Watch the Northern Woods & Water Highway Associa on website for
Phantom Lake Golf Club Flin Flon 9 3004 36 x x x x x (306) 688-5555 updated informa on. www.nwwr.ca
Golfing the
Interlakes SASKATCHEWAN GOLF COURSES
Hudson Bay Golf Course Hudson Bay 9 2861 35 x x x x x (306) 865-2100
9 Holes Pasquia Regional Park Golf Arboureld 9 37 x x x x x x (306) 768-2880
Club rentals Tisdale Riverside Golf Course Tisdale 9 35 x x x x x x (306) 873-4222
Power Carts Rolling Pines Golf & Country Res Tobin Lake 9 3300 36 x x x x x x (306) 862-9600
Restaurant Prac se Facili es
Evergreen Golf & Country Club Nipawin 18 6539 72 x x x x x (306) 862-4811 Rentals Power Carts Licensed Camping
Great for Family Mark’s 9 Golf & Country Club Prince Albert 9 1992 31 x x x x (306) 764-7888 ALBERTA GOLF COURSES Holes Yards Par Food
& Beginners Kachur’s Golf Club Prince Albert 18 6128 70 x x x x x (306) 763-3465 Grand Centre Golf & CC Cold Lake 18 6497 72 x x x x x (780) 594-2121
Hidden Hills of Shellbrook Shellbrook 9 3227 36 x x x x x (306) 747-3484 Cold Lake Golf & Winter Club Cold Lake 18 72 x x x x x (780) 594-5341
Phone Canwood Pines Golf Course Canwood Reg Pk 9 2783 35 x x x x x (306) 468-2663 Lac La Biche Golf & Country C Lac La Biche 18 6431 72 x x x x x (780) 623-4288
(204) 762-5877 Big River Golf Club Big River 9 2935 35 x x x x x (306) 469-7818 Skeleton Lake Golf Course Boyle 9 3221 35 x x x x x x (780) 689-2455
Meadow Lake Golf Club Madow Lake 18 6432 72 x x x x x (306) 236-6388 Athabasca Golf & Country Club Athabasca 18 7301 72 x x x x x (780) 675-4599
Northern Meadows Golf Club Goodsoil 18 6725 72 x x x x x x (306) 238-4653 Gilwood Golf & Country Club Slave Lake 18 6870 72 x x x x x (780) 849-4389
High Prairie & District golf Club High Prairie 9 3371 36 x x x x x (780) 523-3907
Smoky River Regional Golf C McLennan 9 3289 36 x x x x x (780) 324-3661
Lakeside Golf & Country Club Eaglesham 9 3163 36 x x x x x x (780) 359-2520
Golf Course Heart River Golf Nampa 9 2945 36 x x x x x x (780) 322-3977
Mighty Peace Golf Course Peace River 18 72 x x x x x x (780) 332-4653
The Creek Golf Club Grimshaw 9 3367 36 x x x x x (780) 332-4949
Ÿ 9 hole, Grass-Green Course Fairview Golf Club Fairview 9 3084 36 x x x x x (780) 835-2844
Ÿ Power Cart/Equipment Rental
Ÿ Canteen & Licensed Pro Shop BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLF COURSES
Use this ad to receive one "2 for 1" pricing! Dawson Creek Golf & CC Dawson Creek 18 6497 72 x x x x x (250) 594-2121
Phone 306-469-7818 Farmington Fairways Dawson Creek N 9 3200 36 x x x x x (250) 843-7774
Lone Wolf Golf Club Taylor 18 7141 72 x x x x x (250) 789-3711
Located across from
Fort St. John Links Golf Fort St. John 9 3280 36 x x x x x (250) 785-9995
Moberly Lake Golf Course Moberly Lake 9 x x x x (250) 788-3880
Natural Springs Golf Course Chetwynd 9 36 x x x x x (205) 788-3944
Regional Park Meadow Lake Golf Club Tumbler Ridge Golf Club Tumbler Ridge 9 3214 36 x x x x (250) 242-4656
9 3219 36 x x x x
(250) 963-7500
Mackenzie Golf & CC
Mackenzie
Ÿ 2 locations: Community Centre Championship Design Prince George Golf & Curling Prince George 18 6432 71 x x x x x (250) 563-4417
and Cowan Lake 18 hole Course Aberdeen Glen Golf Course Prince George 18 7114 73 x x x x x (250) 563-8901
Aspen Grove Golf Club
(250) 963-9650
Prince George
18 5763 68 x x x x x
Ÿ 45 fully-serviced sites, plus Quesnel Golf Club Quesnel 18 6353 71 x x x x x (250) 249-5550
non-serviced sites Power Carts Richbar Nursery Quesnel 9 2400 33 x x x x x (250) 747-2915 18 holes
Ÿ coin-operated showers & Driving Range Williams Lake Golf & Tennis Williams Lake 18 6272 71 x x x x x (250) 392-6026 Club & Cart Rentals
laundromat Putting Green 108 Golf Resort 108 Ranch 18 72 x x x x x (800) 667-5233 License Lounge
Ÿ Daily, weekly and monthly rate Sand trap Practise The Meadows at Pemberton Pemberton 18 72 x x x x x (604) 894-6197 Prac se Facili es
Nichlaus North Golf Course Whistler 18 6961 71 x x x x x (604) 938-9898
Use this ad to receive a "week-end park pass!" Room for RV Parking Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Whistler 18 6635 72 x x x x x (604) 938-2092 Phone
(306) 236-6388 RV Camping close to course (780) 594-5341
Phone 306-469-2232 Furry Creek Golf & CC Furry Creek 18 6025 72 x x x x x (604) 896-2224
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Golf Hidden Gem Golf Courses Enjoy a Enjoying the beauty of the northern

woods and water as you travel


Walk ons Welcome Power Carts Licensed Prac se Facili es Camping between courses.
MANITOBA GOLF COURSES Holes Yards Par Rentals Food Golf Play 8 different courses over two
Bel Acres Golf & Country Club Rosser 18 6975 72 x x x x x (204) 632-8341 weeks. Well kept courses that
Affordable Warren Golf & Country Club Warren 18 6775 71 x x x x x (204) 322-5335 welcome walk-ons and affordable rates
compared to larger urban courses.
Manipogo Golf & Country Club
St Laurent
(204) 646-2100
9 3256 36 x x x x
Lundar Golf & Country Club Lundar 9 3021 36 x x x x x (204) 762-5877
Dauphin Lake Golf Resort Ochre River 18 6110 70 x x x x x x (204) 638-9400 Vacation Travel on your own or join an
Non Rushed Winnipegosis Municipal Golf Winnipegosis 9 2861 36 (204) 656-4737 organized tour: email:
Swan River Golf & Country Club Swan River 18 6812 70 x x x x x (204) 734-2059
Halcrow Lake Golf & CC The Pas 9 3309 36 x x x x x (204) 627-2300 Watch the Northern Woods & Water Highway Associa on website for
Phantom Lake Golf Club Flin Flon 9 3004 36 x x x x x (306) 688-5555 updated informa on. www.nwwr.ca
Golfing the
Interlakes SASKATCHEWAN GOLF COURSES
Hudson Bay Golf Course Hudson Bay 9 2861 35 x x x x x (306) 865-2100
9 Holes Pasquia Regional Park Golf Arboureld 9 37 x x x x x x (306) 768-2880
Club rentals Tisdale Riverside Golf Course Tisdale 9 35 x x x x x x (306) 873-4222
Power Carts Rolling Pines Golf & Country Res Tobin Lake 9 3300 36 x x x x x x (306) 862-9600
Restaurant Prac se Facili es
Evergreen Golf & Country Club Nipawin 18 6539 72 x x x x x (306) 862-4811 Rentals Power Carts Licensed Camping
Great for Family Mark’s 9 Golf & Country Club Prince Albert 9 1992 31 x x x x (306) 764-7888 ALBERTA GOLF COURSES Holes Yards Par Food
& Beginners Kachur’s Golf Club Prince Albert 18 6128 70 x x x x x (306) 763-3465 Grand Centre Golf & CC Cold Lake 18 6497 72 x x x x x (780) 594-2121
Hidden Hills of Shellbrook Shellbrook 9 3227 36 x x x x x (306) 747-3484 Cold Lake Golf & Winter Club Cold Lake 18 72 x x x x x (780) 594-5341
Phone Canwood Pines Golf Course Canwood Reg Pk 9 2783 35 x x x x x (306) 468-2663 Lac La Biche Golf & Country C Lac La Biche 18 6431 72 x x x x x (780) 623-4288
(204) 762-5877 Big River Golf Club Big River 9 2935 35 x x x x x (306) 469-7818 Skeleton Lake Golf Course Boyle 9 3221 35 x x x x x x (780) 689-2455
Meadow Lake Golf Club Madow Lake 18 6432 72 x x x x x (306) 236-6388 Athabasca Golf & Country Club Athabasca 18 7301 72 x x x x x (780) 675-4599
Northern Meadows Golf Club Goodsoil 18 6725 72 x x x x x x (306) 238-4653 Gilwood Golf & Country Club Slave Lake 18 6870 72 x x x x x (780) 849-4389
High Prairie & District golf Club High Prairie 9 3371 36 x x x x x (780) 523-3907
Smoky River Regional Golf C McLennan 9 3289 36 x x x x x (780) 324-3661
Lakeside Golf & Country Club Eaglesham 9 3163 36 x x x x x x (780) 359-2520
Golf Course Heart River Golf Nampa 9 2945 36 x x x x x x (780) 322-3977
Mighty Peace Golf Course Peace River 18 72 x x x x x x (780) 332-4653
The Creek Golf Club Grimshaw 9 3367 36 x x x x x (780) 332-4949
Ÿ 9 hole, Grass-Green Course Fairview Golf Club Fairview 9 3084 36 x x x x x (780) 835-2844
Ÿ Power Cart/Equipment Rental
Ÿ Canteen & Licensed Pro Shop BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLF COURSES
Use this ad to receive one "2 for 1" pricing! Dawson Creek Golf & CC Dawson Creek 18 6497 72 x x x x x (250) 594-2121
Phone 306-469-7818 Farmington Fairways Dawson Creek N 9 3200 36 x x x x x (250) 843-7774
Lone Wolf Golf Club Taylor 18 7141 72 x x x x x (250) 789-3711
Located across from
Fort St. John Links Golf Fort St. John 9 3280 36 x x x x x (250) 785-9995
Moberly Lake Golf Course Moberly Lake 9 x x x x (250) 788-3880
Natural Springs Golf Course Chetwynd 9 36 x x x x x (205) 788-3944
Regional Park Meadow Lake Golf Club Tumbler Ridge Golf Club Tumbler Ridge 9 3214 36 x x x x (250) 242-4656
9 3219 36 x x x x
(250) 963-7500
Mackenzie Golf & CC
Mackenzie
Ÿ 2 locations: Community Centre Championship Design Prince George Golf & Curling Prince George 18 6432 71 x x x x x (250) 563-4417
and Cowan Lake 18 hole Course Aberdeen Glen Golf Course Prince George 18 7114 73 x x x x x (250) 563-8901
Aspen Grove Golf Club
(250) 963-9650
Prince George
18 5763 68 x x x x x
Ÿ 45 fully-serviced sites, plus Quesnel Golf Club Quesnel 18 6353 71 x x x x x (250) 249-5550
non-serviced sites Power Carts Richbar Nursery Quesnel 9 2400 33 x x x x x (250) 747-2915 18 holes
Ÿ coin-operated showers & Driving Range Williams Lake Golf & Tennis Williams Lake 18 6272 71 x x x x x (250) 392-6026 Club & Cart Rentals
laundromat Putting Green 108 Golf Resort 108 Ranch 18 72 x x x x x (800) 667-5233 License Lounge
Ÿ Daily, weekly and monthly rate Sand trap Practise The Meadows at Pemberton Pemberton 18 72 x x x x x (604) 894-6197 Prac se Facili es
Nichlaus North Golf Course Whistler 18 6961 71 x x x x x (604) 938-9898
Use this ad to receive a "week-end park pass!" Room for RV Parking Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Whistler 18 6635 72 x x x x x (604) 938-2092 Phone
(306) 236-6388 RV Camping close to course (780) 594-5341
Phone 306-469-2232 Furry Creek Golf & CC Furry Creek 18 6025 72 x x x x x (604) 896-2224
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Northern Woods & Water Highway is 2,500 km of scenic
country venturing from Winnipeg to Dawson Creek, Enjoy

the lakelands of Manitoba to the parklands of northern
Saskatchewan, Alberta, and NE BC. Constantly changing

scenery aptly named for beau ful lakes, rivers, and boreal
forests that await your exploring.


Northern Woods & Water Highway website.
www.nwwr.ca


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