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Many tourists come to Dawson Creek because of its location as mile 0 of the Alaska Highway, an epic journey through stretches throughout British Columbia and into the heart of Alaska. If you’re undertaking the journey, then it’s worth scheduling some time in Dawson Creek where you’ll see charming historic buildings, rocky creeks for fishing, and miles of unspoiled countryside flanking this pleasant small town.

Things to see

The Walter Wright Pioneer Village lets visitors feel like they’ve stepped back in time, with historical buildings from the early days of Dawson Creek recreated here. Wander around charming log cabins and clapboard houses to see how people used to live, and remember to make time for an old-fashioned photograph of you and the family in period costume. If you like old buildings, then a trip to Dawson Creek Art Gallery is essential. Housed in a sympathetically converted grain elevator, the space is used to show photographs and art works from around the world, as well as hosting events and classes for budding artists.

Hotels in Dawson Creek

There are plenty of cheap Dawson Creek hotels available, with many of the major chains based in the area. These 2 star properties have plenty of extra features including saunas, fitness facilities, free WiFi, complimentary breakfasts, on-site parking, and business centers in case you need to get work done. In your guestroom you’ll find lots of extra amenities to make your stay comfortable, and these could include coffee makers, hair dryers, air conditioning, flat screen televisions, and cable channels. If you’re in the area on business, you’ll also appreciate the extra touches such as desks, phones with voicemail, and free local calls.

Where to stay

Dawson Creek sits on wide, flat prairie land, with its namesake creek running through the middle. The city has a small downtown area full of historic buildings, many of them home to old-fashioned pubs and cozy restaurants. The city is proud of its location at the start of the Alaska Highway, and you’ll find many signs and souvenirs for travelers who are planning to undertake this epic and picturesque journey. Just minutes away from downtown you’ll find plenty of charming creek areas, many of them shaded by pine trees, where you can walk along the rocky banks or try fishing in the clear waters.

How to get to Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek Airport is in the southeast area of the city, just a 10 minute drive from downtown, with charter flights throughout British Columbia and Alberta running on a regular basis. An hour’s drive north you’ll also find North Peace Regional Airport, which has flights across Canada, and from the terminal you can pick up a car rental or taxi. Dawson Creek also has a Greyhound station in the downtown area, with regular coach services running to Edmonton and beyond.