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The North East Campgrounds

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Located 28 km southeast of Fort Nelson at kilometre 426 of the Alaska Highway; 16 km gravel access off east side of Alaska Highway onto Andy Bailey Road. This lakeside park is surrounded by extensive black and white spruce forests, typical to this...
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Beatton Provincial Park is a year round recreational facility located on the shores of Charlie Lake. This 312 hectare park is a popular summer recreation destination for swimming, fishing and hiking. The 37 campsites offer both reserveable and first...
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A sandy beach for swimming and sunbathing and a variety of facilities for water-oriented activities enhance visitor enjoyment. This park is rich in historical significance. Here, natives traversed well-used trails to trade with other settlements...
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An attractive park set in the picturesque Rocky Mountain Foothills on Highway 29, a half-hour?s drive from Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge and the massive Northeast Coal development. Facilities include a campground, boat launching ramp and a viewpoint...
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Hamber Park is a remote wilderness area with few facilities. Over the past few years, BC Parks has been rehabilitating impacts of the past use at Fortress Lake. There is now a rustic campground and toilet at the east end of the lake and an air...
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Moberly Lake Provincial Park is situated on the southern shore of Moberly Lake which is situated on the boundary between the Rocky Mountain foothills to the west and the Peace plateau to the east. The lake itself lies in a broad shallow valley of the...
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Kinuseo Falls, a miniature Niagara on the Murray River, is one of the many dramatic features of this Rocky Mountain landscape located about 45 km south of Tumbler Ridge. Visitor facilities include a campground, picnic ground and hiking trails.
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Mount Terry Fox Provincial Park is a day-use only park with limited facilities. There is no road access. A Highway 16 viewpoint 7 km west of Mt. Robson west gate provides a view of the mountain.
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Located on the southeast shore of a lake that is noted for the clearness of its waters and its good fishing. Anglers like to try their luck for brook and rainbow trout.
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This park is now a regional park operated by the Northern Rockies Regional District.
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