Chetwynd, British Columbia
There is an RV park just east of Chetwynd on the highway.
The Little Prairie Valley is home for the town of Chetwynd, with its approximately 3,000 inhabitants. Varied landscapes - lakes, rivers, fertile valleys and mountain ranges provide opportunity and interest to the outdoor enthusiast. Some of the local attractions are Old Baldy Hiking Trail, an authentic Trappers Cabin, chainsaw wood carvings (the town is the self-proclaimed Chainsaw Sculpture Capital of the World), a community forest with hiking, walking and interpretive trails, Little Prairie Heritage Museum, Sukunka Falls and a nearby provincial park, plus two golf courses, Natural Springs Golf Resort in town, and also the nearby Moberly Lake & District Golf Club.
- Roadside attraction: lumberjack statue, built in 1967.
- chainsaw carvings
- Little Prairie Heritage Museum
- Chetwynd Community Forest
- Natural Springs Golf Resort
- Sukunka Falls