2014 Jayco Jay Flight
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The city of Dawson Creek lures tourists keen to experience the historical significance and cultural charm of this quaint locale. Dawson Creek's claim to fame is its position as Mile Zero, the southernmost point on the Alaska Highway. The stunning vistas of imposing mountains and mirror-still lakes along this important thoroughfare make it well worth a drive for anyone exploring Dawson Creek in a rental RV.
Aptly nicknamed Mile Zero City, Dawson Creek is a thriving community and a major tourist destination with an abundance of things to do and see year-round. Take a historic walking tour, admire the murals depicting the city's dynamic past, or enjoy a spot of birdwatching — no matter what you like to do, Dawson Creek has a little something for everyone.
If you want to explore Dawson Creek and experience the many exciting activities it has to offer, book an RV in British Columbia and kickstart a camping trip you'll cherish for years to come. When you rent an RV in Dawson Creek, you'll enjoy the ability to explore this breathtaking region of the Great White North at your leisure. Dawson Creek is convenient to nearby towns, including Pouce Coupe, Rolla, and Bonanza, making it easy to extend your trip.
Park your motorhome rental in Dawson Creek and gear up for some exhilarating outdoor adventures. Nature preserves, golf courses, multi-use trail systems, and so much more await in Dawson Creek.
First up on your list of places to explore should be Radar Lake, located within Bear Mountain Community Forest. A haven for birdwatchers, this tranquil tract is pretty primitive, but what it lacks in amenities it more than makes up for in scenic views and outdoor activities. Break out the binoculars for a chance to spot the western tanager and other birds that call Canada home. Trek the short interpretive trail for a dose of cardio, or launch your boat into the lake. If you're looking for a thrill, visit in winter to enjoy cross-country skiing or snowshoeing on the 20-kilometer (12-mile) network of trails.
For more wildlife watching and even nature photography opportunities, make a beeline for McQueen Slough. Wander along the boardwalks and pause to read the interpretive signs on the birds and mammals that live in the refuge. Keep an eye peeled and you just might spot beavers, deer, and foxes. The refuge provides a vital habitat for an array of waterfowl, including various species of teal, trumpeter swans, and Canada geese.
Dawson Creek is also home to an abundance of community parks. Play ball at Harry Morrow Ball Park, or challenge your group to a friendly game of soccer at Kitchen Park. These are just two of the community parks equipped with sports fields and soccer pitches. You can also take a dip at the indoor pool or the hot tub located at Kenn Borek Aquatic Centre. This public recreation facility also features a rock climbing wall, walking track, lazy river, and waterslide, which is sure to be a hit with the kids.
There are over 150 RV campsites available at six campgrounds in the Dawson Creek area. If you're looking for a place to park your travel trailer rental in Dawson Creek's town center, you can either opt for Mile 0 RV Park and Campground or Northern Lights RV Park. Full hookups are available at both parks. Other amenities include fire rings, playgrounds, Wi-Fi hotspots, restrooms, and showers. The spacious sites at Northern Lights RV Park make it a good option for larger rigs.
Farmington Store RV Park and Campground, just north of the center of town, has everything you need for a comfortable stay, including a well-stocked convenience store and a roomy, grassy field where you can park the RV. Kiskatinaw Provincial Park also features a campground with over 25 primitive, RV-friendly campsites, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a back-to-nature camping experience. Kiskatinaw Provincial Park doesn't have any maintained trails, but visitors can enjoy fishing, swimming, and cycling along designated roads.
If you forgot to pack snacks in the camper rental, or you're tired of cooking at the campsites, Dawson Creek offers its visitors a chance to pamper their palate with a variety of cuisine options, from Chinese and Italian fare to fast food restaurants. Gas stations are also scattered around Dawson Creek if you need to top up the tank.
If this is your first time in Dawson Creek and you want to learn more about its history as a railroad town, then your first stop should be the Railway Station Museum. Besides the original railway built back in 1931, you'll also get to see the authentic telecommunication office. A plethora of original artifacts belonging to both passengers and railway workers are on display.
Continue your tour of the town by heading over to the Dawson Creek Art Gallery. The gallery is housed in a former prairie grain elevator, which makes it historically as well as culturally significant. Other than the permanent exhibits, the gallery hosts exhibits, events, and classes throughout the year. No matter when you decide to visit, there will be something interesting to see and learn.
And if you want to look further back into the history of Dawson Creek and get a glimpse into the lives of the early settlers who made this area their home, then you should visit Walter Wright Pioneer Village. This heritage site is a replica of the former settlement complete with a church, schoolhouse, and general store. The village is also near a few of the town's campgrounds.