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Kiskatinaw Provincial Park

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Open for camping from May to October, a fee is charged from May to September for the 28 sites. To reach the park, turn east off Alaska Highway 97, then 5 km/3 mi on the Old Alaska Highway, on the south bank of the Kiskatinaw River, near the last historic Alaska Highway curved wooden bridge.

This is just one of hundreds of British Columbia Provincial Parks.

Location: 250, 10003 - 110th Avenue, Fort St John British Columbia V1J 6M7 Telephone 250-787-3407

Other British Columbia Provincial Parks nearby:
(Fort St John) Gwillim Lake Provincial Park
(Fort St John) Kiskatinaw Provincial Park
(Fort St John) Liard River Hot Spring Provincial Park
(Fort St John) Moberly Lake Provincial Park
(Fort St John) Muncho Lake Provincial Park
(Fort St John) One Island Lake Park

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