Pioneer Village, Dawson Creek
Pioneer Village

This historic village portrays a theme depicting Dawson Creek before the Alaska Highway construction period and will transport you to the time when our community was on the edge of the frontier.

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N.A.R Park, Dawson Creek

Northern Alberta Railway Park
(NAR Park)

This is the location of true "Mile 0' of the Alaska Highway. Within this four acre park you will find the Mile Zero Cairn, Dawson Creek Station Museum, Dawson Creek Art Gallery, and on Saturday, the Farmers' Market.

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Art Gallery, Dawson Creek
Art Gallery

The Dawson Creek Art Gallery is housed in a renovated annex of a prairie elevator, situated in a municipal park (NAR Park) in the center of Dawson Creek.The Art Gallery was moved into the elevator in 1983 and in 1984 won the Heritage of Canada Foundation Award of Merit.

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Kiskatinaw Provincial Park
Kiskatinaw Provincial Park.

The task of the United States Army Corps of Engineers was to build a pioneer road for military traffic from Dawson Creek to Big Delta, Alaska. This meant fording rivers and creeks in the most expedient, if not permanent, way possible. The responsibility for creating a more durable, all season highway fell to civilian contractors who followed closely behind the troops and were coordinated by the United States Public Roads Administration.

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KKinuseo Falls
Kinuseo Falls

Kinuseo Falls is a waterfall on the Murray River, which flows through the northern tip of Monkman Provincial Park in the Northern Rockies of British Columbia, Canada. The falls are located south of the community of Tumbler Ridge and northeast of the city of Prince George, though there is no road access from the Prince George side of the Rocky Mountains.

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