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101 Acre Woods

36 sites · RVs, Tents160 acres · Dawson Creek, BC
The property is located at a high point that was a useful for a fire watch tower for many years. The land was pioneered by family that lived here before us and the house and several building were built by hand and still stand to this day, almost 100 years ago. The farm is located on a geological plane that prevents oilfield activity and as a result gives us a peaceful buffer. Lincoln and Blake have brought 101 Acre Woods into the future with high speed Internet access and outdoor Wi-Fi as well as large areas for outdoor games, patio area with fire pit's and BBQ Spot for the Summer. 101 Acre Woods also has a Hall, with a Projector Screen and thousands of movies/tv series to watch on those cold or wet days. The Hall can accommodate large number of gatherings/events or Weddings 101 Acre Woods "Traditions are made Here"
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Haabanagan Lake

5 sites · RVs, Tents166 acres · Baldonnel, BC
Haabanagan Lake is a 1/4 section of land on the banks of the Beaton Valley that is home to the Haab Family, a business, and a wedding venue. There are ponds and bridges, a lake with a canoe, pastures with horses and dairy cow, trails and ravines, a field, an apiary, gardens, a sauna, flushing toilet outhouses, and a gorgeous view of the valley. In the summer we love growing fresh veggies and fruits for whoever happens to be hanging out at the pond to enjoy. We are beekeepers, fun makers, beach bums, aviators, Jesus lovers, and project starters! Haabanagan Lake is a peaceful oasis just a few km off the Alaska Hwy.
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Boreal Forest Gardens and Camping

4 sites · Tents5 acres · Charlie Lake, BC
Boreal Gardens/ Symbols lodge is a Boutique Farm in Charlie Lake BC on 4.5 acres. Featuring an integrated ecosystem Food Forest…Bringing together Indigenous approaches to agriculture by working with what exists with permaculture design that mimics patterns found in nature. It is a conscious way to connect and maintain food production systems that have the diversity, stability, and resilience of natural seasons. It integrates artistic cultural landscapes using sacred geometric designs principles to build boreal forest gardens. Currently, the property has a 2600 sq ft main log house and 20x20 art studio, 13 Hugelkulturs, several raised beds, two 30x40ft gardens, a 20x20 ft greenhouses. A new feature will be a 26 sq ft growing dome to be built along with 2 x100ft hoop houses. Sacred geometric spiral designs shaped gardens spaces to grow berries along with sweetgrass and wildflowers. Campers can pitch a tent around the property!
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Spring Hill Bison Ranch

3 sites · RVs, Tents1000 acres · Dawson Creek, BC
480 acres deeded of beef/bison ranch, surrounded by 100’s of acres of Canadian crown land. High potential for wildlife sightings of bear, elk, Martin, beaver, wolves, moose, deer, or coyotes, in addition to Bison. Highly suitable for tenting and hiking. 1/2 mile walking distance from my residence. Can accommodate horses.
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Rimrock Wildlife Rehabilitation

1 site · Lodging400 acres · Dawson Creek, BC
2 cabins on a pond with a beach, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and trails. The ranch is a wildllife rehab and guests can feed moose, deer and elk calves. There are 3km of hiking trails behind the pond and their are rainbow trout and brook trout in the pond that you can fly fish for out of canoes or electric motor boats. We are 13km from the city of Dawson Creek British Columbia but the ranch has complete privacy to relax.
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About

Embark on an adventure at Taylor Landing Provincial Park, where the call of the wild beckons you to explore. Traverse through lush trails, gaze upon serene lakes, and witness wildlife in their natural habitat. Whether you're a hiker, birdwatcher, or simply seeking tranquility, this park offers a plethora of activities to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature.

When to go

The ideal time to visit Taylor Landing Provincial Park is during the summer months, from June to August, when the weather is warm and the park is in full bloom. Conversely, the off-peak season, particularly from November to March, can present challenges with colder temperatures and limited access to some areas of the park.

Know before you go

  • Ensure you're prepared for varying weather conditions; pack layers and waterproof gear.
  • Check the park's official website for any closures or alerts before your visit.
  • Accessibility may vary across different areas of the park; plan accordingly.
  • Take advantage of the available facilities, including picnic areas and washrooms.
  • Respect wildlife and maintain a safe distance at all times.

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