Start your Northern Rockies adventure at Historic Mile 300 in Fort Nelson. Take a step back in time at the Fort Nelson Historical Museum to learn about the construction of the highway more than 70 years ago and view a remarkable antique car collection. The Fort Nelson Visitor Centre staff will ensure you do not miss a thing on your adventure in both Fort Nelson and on your way onward into the Northern Rocky Mountains.
Grab a coffee and lunch at Down to Earth Health Shop before hitting the accessible Community Trail network, exploring the Demonstration Forest, or the Parker Lake Ecological Reserve. Stretch the legs with a round at Poplar Hills Golf and Country Club and take in stunning panoramic views of the mountains. After a day of exploration, cool down at the water spray park in Art Fraser Memorial Park. Shop for unique gifts and souvenirs at the Trapper’s Den Wildlife Emporium.
For RV travellers and car campers, Triple G Hideaway, a full service campground, restaurant and general store, is the perfect place to spend a couple nights while exploring the area, as is the Blue Bell Inn and RV Park, which also has affordable rooms in town.
If you’re looking for the ultimate in relaxation, fly in to the remote Elisi Spa & Wilderness Resort and enjoy a variety of activities including fishing, hiking, horseback riding, photo safaris, wildlife viewing and spa treatments.