New Hazelton and Area

'Ksan Historical Village and Museum

(Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC photo)

The Hazelton


Hotel room

Accommodation is spread out and varies widely in the Hazeltons. The majority of places to overnight are located along or just off Highway 16. Choose from three motels, a luxury lodge, bed and breakfasts, and camping areas.


The most upscale accommodation in the area is a lavish post-and-beam lodge that sits on the Kispiox River in a spectacular wilderness setting. The lodge offers several activities including catch and release fly fishing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, heliskiing, rafting, kayaking, and more.

Bed and Breakfasts

First Nations villages in the area such as Gitanmaax and Hagwilget do not have accommodation for visitors. However, a few bed and breakfasts are spread out in the more rural communities.

The Kispiox Valley has a wonderful selection of small bed and breakfasts. Some serve guests in their own homes, while others rent cozy cottages or log cabins in gorgeous natural settings. Many of the bed and breakfast owners are also fishing guides in the area, making it easy for anglers to arrange trips.

Camping & RVs

There is a private campground available with space for tents and RVs. Seeley Lake Provincial Park, a popular recreational area for swimming and boating, also has campsites. In addition, the Kispiox Valley also has several campgrounds with basic amenities, or even small cabins.

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