- The list below includes 10 free or cheap things to do in or near Dawson Creek, British Columbia, including 7 different types of inexpensive activities like Parks, Walking Trails, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- From Kiskatinaw Bridge to Northern Alberta Railway Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Dawson Creek and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Farmington.
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Alaska Highway (Hwy 97), Dawson Creek, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Northern Alberta Railway Park is the true mile 0 of the Alaska Highway. Visitors can roam through the four acres and stop in the Mile 0 Cairn, art gallery, visitor center, Dawson Creek Station Museum and gift store.
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1901 Alaska Highway, Dawson Creek, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Walter Wright Pioneer Village is a historic village depicting life in the early 1900's. Visitors can walk through the pioneer house, candy store, school and church to learn about the history of Dawson.
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Alaska and Hart Highways, Dawson Creek, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Located next to Pioneer Village Museum, Rotary Lake and Park is great for the entire family. Enjoy swimming, picnics, large grassy areas and trees, beach volleyball and playground for the little ones.
The Down Town Mural Project covers the buildings in downtown Dawson. Visitors can see the murals, produced by local artists, and catch a glimpse of what life was like through colorful stories painted on the walls.
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Kiskatinaw Road, Farmington, British Columbia MoreLess Info
Located on the grounds of the old Alaskan Highway, Kiskatinaw Provincial Park runs along the Kiskatinaw River. The highlight of the park is the historic wooden curved trestle bridge. Fishing and swimming in the river are encouraged, and campsites are available for extended visits.