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Kiskatinaw Provincial Park

Dawson Creek
Kiskatinaw Provincial Park is a beautiful forested park about 28 km north of Dawson Creek. It’s located at the base of the world famous Kiskatinaw Curved Wooden Bridge, built during World War II. Go fishing on the Kiskatinaw River, or enjoy the playground and picnic area for a nice day trip.
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Follow the Alaska Highway north from Dawson Creek to reach Kiskatinaw Provincial Park. 28 km north of town, follow the signs to the bridge and the Old Alaska Highway; the park is located near the base of the bridge. It’s a heavily forested area with trails running along the Kiskatinaw River.

There are ample recreational opportunities at this park. You can go fishing along the Kiskatinaw River. There are public picnic tables and pit toilets available. There’s a playground area for the kids, as well as horseshoe pits and a sandbox. You can sometimes view wildlife such as bears, elk and moose in the area. You’ll feel like you’re in the middle of nowhere at this park, which is just off the Alaska Highway.


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Kiskatinaw Provincial Park Dawson Creek British Columbia
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