Traditional canoeing, Nisga'a Memorial Lava Bed Provincial Park

(Aboriginal Tourism Association of BC photo)



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There are choices for every type of accommodation in Terrace: hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds, RV parks, lodges and cabins.

Hotels, Motels & B&Bs

The town's two most upscale hotels are conveniently located in the heart of downtown. The town's various motels flank its centre. The motels are basic and some rooms have kitchenettes.

Terrace's bed and breakfast options are limited, but quaint rooms are available a few minutes walk from downtown.


Campers have a number of options. The closest choice is the 150-acre municipal park on Ferry Island, a nature haven surrounded by the Skeena River. Ferry Island has more than 100 campsites, running water washrooms, outhouses, fire pits, and water and electrical hook-ups.

Other campgrounds offer better scenery and more of a wilderness experience but are 20 minutes to an hour's drive from town. Learn more about camping in Terrace.

Two RV parks are along Highway 16, a short drive west of downtown. During the summer, RVers can park beside the George Little House, on Kalum Street downtown.

Cabins & Cottages

Small cottages at Lakelse Lake – some on the waterfront, others in the forest – are also for rent. Several larger, higher-priced wilderness lodges in the area also rent rooms mostly targeted at fishers. A couple of backcountry ski cabins are available by reservation but visitors need to organize their own helicopter rides in and out.

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