Dawson Creek, British Columbia
There are a couple of RV parks and campgrounds in Dawson Creek.
Road trips along the Alaska Highway begin here, most often at the often-photographed vintage Mile 0 sign since one of the city's claims lies in this crucial positioning. In addition, Dawson Creek has two golf courses, bike, walking and horseback riding trails, Bear Mountain Community Forest, a picnicking area, as well as lakes, rivers and streams for their outdoor activities. There is scope for camping, fishing and bird watching here as well and a varied habitat that is home for a corresponding variety of wildlife. August brings the Dawson Creek Stampede, known in particular for its chuckwagon racing. 2008 was the city's 50th anniversary of incorporation.
- Roadside attraction: Giant crossed hockey sticks
- Roadside attraction: Mile 0 Alaska Highway sign
- Bear Mountain Community Forest
- 2 golf courses
- Pouce Coupe Regional Park
- McQueen's Slough boardwalk
- Dawson Creek Stampede