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Kiskatinaw Campground


The Park is open year round unless inaccessible due to weather conditions, especially during the off-season.

DescriptionOpening DateClosing Date
Gate AccessMay 11Sept 15
Services May 13 Sept 10
Reservable NoneNone

*All dates are subject to change without notice.

Vehicle Access Sites28
Reservable SitesNone
Non-reservable Sites28

About the Park

The 58 hectare park is situated on the Kiskatinaw River beside the iconic wooden bridge.  Park users enjoy taking their families down to the river for a swim or to go fishing.  There is also a playground for children to play.

Kiskatinaw Provincial Park is a small park located at Mile 20 on the original Alaska Highway between Dawson Creek and Fort St. John.  It’s most famous for it’s iconic wooden curved bridge, the first ever built in Canada.  The construction of the bridge was part of the development of the Alaska highway which was built during World War 2 for defence purposes.



Alcoholic beverages is not allowed in the picnic shelter and surrounding public areas.

Conservation & Wildlife

You can find Balsam Fir, White/Englewood Spruce and Trempling Aspen in the surrounding forests.

Park users will also have a chance to see moose, white tail deer, various small critters and songbirds.  The Peace Region is popular among bird enthusiasts because of the wide various of birds that frequent the area.