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Peace River Valley

Camping along the Peace River

(Albert Normandin photo)

Fort St. John

Camping

 (Albert Normandin photo)

(Albert Normandin photo)

Two provincial park campgrounds, several RV parks, and the wilderness terrain of the Rocky Mountain make camping highly accessible in and around Fort St. John.

Set out on a wilderness camping adventure at Graham-Laurier Provincial Park and Redfern-Keily Provincial Park, or stay in town and go hiking, fishing, or bird watching before a relaxing night of big-sky camping.

Beatton Provincial Park Campground

Relax and enjoy Fort St. John's long summer evenings at Beatton Provincial Park, 13km/8mi from town. Set along the east shores of Charlie Lake, Beatton Provincial Park (312ha/932ac) is a friendly camping location. Host a family picnic at the lakeside picnic shelter, play baseball at the nearby diamond, or explore the adventure playground. The park's campground is open from May to September, and features 37 vehicle-accessible sites, campfire rings, and pit toilets. Reservations are accepted for 11 sites.

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