Dawson Creek B.C.Visitors Center
900 Alaska Avenue
Dawson Creek, BC
You've made it to the Alaska Highway and will soon be setting off on a journey over the greatest drive an RV enthusiast can ever imaging. The amazing Alaska Highway lies ahead of you along with anticipation of wild animals, rugged mountains, remote lakes and meandering streams. Take a moment to stop by the Visitor's Center in Dawson Creek to pick up an old style paper map of Northern B.C. and one of the Yukon if available. These maps will come in handy as you travel further north.
Dawson Creek Visitors Center is the place to start when driving the Alaska Highway. The visitor's center is located just down from Mile 0 RV Park and Campground in Dawson Creek, BC and is where you find the famous sign for Mile 0 and the start of the Alaska Highway. The friendly and knowledgeable folks at the Dawson Creek Visitor's Center will help you with all your questions about Dawson Creek and the roads leading to and from their town.
The Dawson Creek Visitor's Center is the place to get the latest in road and weather reports, local and regional maps and boat loads of exciting brochures for a lot of what lies ahead of you. The Dawson Creek Visitor's Center is found within the original 1931 Northern Alberta Railway Station Museum, the Visitor Center is located at 900 Alaska Avenue in Northern Alberta Railway Park. The visitor's center offers plenty of paved parking and is where you will find the famous Mile 0 Cairn and Grain Elevator Art Gallery and the above sign where everyone takes a selfie or two. There's free access to WiFi so you can check your emails or share Facebook photos with friends and family members back home. Looking for Souvenirs? The gift shop in the visitor's center is one of the local places to find souvenirs from Dawson Creek and Alaska Highway.
Dawson Creek Visitors Center is located at 900 Alaska Avenue in Dawson Creek, BC Canada.