Explore all of beautiful Northern British Columbia’s campgrounds. The Circle Tour route allows campers to get the best of camping without feeling like you’ve missed anything along the way.

1. Kiskatinaw

Embark on a captivating road trip through the heart of beautiful British Columbia, seamlessly weaving through a series of enchanting provincial parks that showcase the province’s diverse natural beauty. To commence the journey, initiate your adventure at Kiskatinaw Provincial Park, where the iconic curved wooden bridge vividly captures the essence of the historic Alaska Highway. Furthermore, immerse yourself in the lush forests, and subsequently, take a leisurely stroll along the scenic riverbanks.

2. Beatton

Continuing the adventure, head towards Beatton Provincial Park, a tranquil setting surrounded on one side by water and on the other by trails. Tailored for nature enthusiasts, this park offers abundant opportunities for hiking, birdwatching, and peaceful lakeside picnics. Moreover, the serene atmosphere not only sets the stage for a relaxing interlude but also provides a picturesque pause before the road beckons once again.

3. Charlie Lake

Next on the itinerary is Charlie Lake Provincial Park, where serene waters and verdant landscapes await your exploration. Additionally, a true haven for deer to visit, the park not only offers boating and fishing activities but also provides a picturesque backdrop of stunning mountain vistas. Take a leisurely break; perhaps, explore the park’s frisbee golf course or venture into the surrounding trails for a rejuvenating escape.

4. Moberly Lake

Moberly Lake Provincial Park beckons with its expansive reservoir and lush surroundings. Furthermore, enjoy a plethora of water-based activities, ranging from kayaking to fishing, or simply unwind on the expansive shores. Moreover, the park’s tranquility not only invites moments of reflection but also encourages a connection with nature’s splendor.

5. Gwillim Lake

Gwillim Lake Provincial Park introduces a mountainous landscape punctuated by the crystal-clear waters of Gwillim Lake. Additionally, immerse yourself in the rugged beauty as you traverse the scenic nature walk, reveling in the serenity of alpine meadows and dense forests. Furthermore, the park provides camping options for those seeking an extended stay to fully embrace the wilderness.

6. Swan Lake

Concluding the road trip, Swan Lake Provincial Park warmly welcomes travelers with its pristine lake and diverse ecosystems. Additionally, explore hiking trails that intricately meander through lush woodlands or enjoy a peaceful paddle on the lake’s reflective waters. Swan Lake’s tranquility not only serves as a fitting conclusion but also marks the end of this unforgettable journey through some of British Columbia’s most captivating provincial parks, leaving travelers with cherished memories of nature’s grandeur.

The full circle tour route can be taken in any order, though an anticipated drive-time route is shown below.

Circle Route Details

Transition to the link below to initiate the reservation process for the designated route.