Fort St John

Fort St John is the largest city in the Northeast Region of BC. It has earned its nickname as the “Energetic City” due to its large resource base of oil, natural gas, forestry and agriculture, but also because the average age of its residents is 8.8 years younger than the rest of the province.

CampgroundsFood and DrinkThings To Do Next Stop


Fort St John Campgrounds

Beatton Provincial Park

  • Camping May-Sept
  • Swimming, fishing, hiking.

Charlie Lake RV Park

  • Private campground open year round.
  • Full service RV Sites

Charlie Lake Provincial Park

  • Camping May-Sept
  • Boat launch & Playground

Ross H Maclean Rotary Park

  • Open May – September
  • Pull through sites and hookups
  • Boat launch & Playground.

Peace Island Park

  • Located 20 min from Fort St John
  • Walking trails
  • Boat launch & Playground

Food and Drink


Things To Do

The Peace River and its valley provides ideal terrain for outdoor activities such as hiking, golfing, boating, fishing or biking! Fort St John also has a rich musical community and includes recreation facilities and theatres to enjoy!

The Pomeroy Sport Centre is a magnificent multi-sport facility featuring an Olympic-sized speed skating oval, two NHL sized hockey rinks, a walking track suspended from the third floor plus a training gym. Over 140,000 sq. feet

The Pomeroy Sports Centre is a multi-sport facility featuring an Olympic-sized speed skating oval, two NHL sized hockey rinks, a walking track suspended from the third floor plus a training gym. Over 140,000 sq. feet!

The North Peace Cultural Centre hosts a 412-seat theatre presenting numerous performances all year, the Peace Arts Gallery, and the Fort St. John Library.

Enjoy a round of Golf at one of Fort St Johns golf courses!

Explore the history of Fort St John at the North Peace Museum!

Visit fortstjohn.ca to plan your visit to Fort St John!


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