Top 9 Things to do in Fort St. John, Canada

December 27, 2017 Roger Rusk

Discover the best top things to do in Fort St. John, Canada including The Lido, Pomeroy Sport Centre, Fort St. John North Peace Museum, North Peace Cultural Centre, Charlie Lake Provincial Park, Beatton Provincial Park, Fort St. John Links Golf Course, Fish Creek Community Forest, Sticky's Candy.
Restaurants in Fort St. John

1. The Lido

10156 100 Ave, Fort St. John, British Columbia V1J 1Y6, Canada +1 250-785-3011
Excellent
67%
Good
24%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
6%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 33 reviews

The Lido

Reviewed By Paul F

Went to the comedy show with some family and friends. The comics were all very friendly, I would say that the beer is over priced and not a very good selection. They offer Kokanee, Budweiser and maybe a couple more. This place could be so much better it has a lot of potential, try offering some micro brewed beer. And spruce the place up a bit, it smells like body Oder in there and could really use a good cleaning and updated bathrooms. God knows with the amount they charge they can afford it.
Thanks.

2. Pomeroy Sport Centre

9324 96 St, Fort St. John, British Columbia V1J 0H6, Canada +1 250-785-4592
Excellent
77%
Good
16%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
2%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 37 reviews

Pomeroy Sport Centre

Reviewed By CliffDonna - Fort St. John, Canada

The Pomeroy Sport Centre is very centrally located close to the Totem Mall, and various other shopping areas. The Pomeroy Sport Centre has many activities throughout the year including hockey, speed skating, Trade Fairs, and other activities. It also has a great walking track.

3. Fort St. John North Peace Museum

9323 100 St, Fort St. John, British Columbia V1J 4N4, Canada +1 250-787-0430
Excellent
58%
Good
42%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 19 reviews

Fort St. John North Peace Museum

The Fort St. John North Peace Museum tells the story of the Fort St. John region from the dinosaurs to teh oil and gas industries of today. Learn more about First Nations, the fur trade, homesteaders, and the development of Fort St. John and the North Peace region of British Columbia. Come explore a tepee, trapper's cabin, blacksmith's shop, 1921 school room, 1930s dentist office, missionary chapel, 1930 Outpost Hospital room, 1910 BC Police Barracks and Jail, Finch's General Store, and more! Try interactive activities like sorting mail in our post office. Our gift shop is a fabulous place to find books on the Peace Region, BC, Alberta, and the Yukon. We have a wide variety of souvenirs, clothing, stuffed animals, jewellery, and gifts. Our archives can help answer requests about the North Peace from photographs to genealogy. We're open 9-5 Monday to Saturday year-round.

Reviewed By bachelorbroad - Vancouver

I took my 4 year old grandaughter to visit, and we learned a lot about the area, and its peoples and creatures, including the Charlie Lake caves with some of earliest human remains in BC and the surrounding heritage buildings are also wonderful to prowl...MoreWe are happy you learned new things and enjoyed our historic buildings. We are constantly developing new exhibits to share the history of the North Peace region. Please come again soon.

4. North Peace Cultural Centre

10015 100 Ave, Fort St. John, British Columbia V1J 1Y7, Canada +1 877-785-1992
Excellent
45%
Good
45%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 20 reviews

North Peace Cultural Centre

Reviewed By carrie808 - Canada

As a visitor from out of town, I was totally impressed by the new look. The gallery is inviting and the art is well displayed. We were there for a gallery opening and had a great time. As well, our four-yr-old granddaughter was not only tolerated but made to feel quite welcome, too.
The new management is to be congratulated!
We will be back.

5. Charlie Lake Provincial Park

Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada
Excellent
32%
Good
48%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 25 reviews

Charlie Lake Provincial Park

Reviewed By Hinoe66 - Richmond, Canada

We decided to get some exercise and a friend recommended Charlie Lake. Lots of trails from beginner to more difficult that were lovely to walk in summer, but I'm presuming would be even better snowshoeing or cross country skiing in winter.
Easy to navigate with adequate signage
, this would be a wonderful place for beginners and those with young kids to start out and practice on.

6. Beatton Provincial Park

Beatton Provincial Park Road, Fort St. John, British Columbia V0C 1H0, Canada +1 250-787-1893
Excellent
38%
Good
47%
Satisfactory
15%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 13 reviews

Beatton Provincial Park

Reviewed By Ryan M - Dawson Creek, Canada

We loved camping here last summer. There are lots of trails to walk, and there is even a large space to have a game of baseball or football. The only thing I didn't like was that Charlie lake gets a little bit grimey from time to time. I'm told it's not a big deal, but I was weirded out coming from Ontario - the land of pristine lakes - so I didn't swim in it. Still, overall recommend it as a great spot to camp!
But the main review is the skiing. It's a lot fun to cross-country skii here on the trails in the winter. There are miles of groomed track you can access for just a couple of bucks.

12704 86th Street, Fort St. John, British Columbia V1J 4M6, Canada +1 250-785-9995
Excellent
80%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 5 reviews

Fort St. John Links Golf Course

Reviewed By fs540 - Canada

We love this 9 hole course. It is such a family friendly atmosphere. My entire family has come out to enjoy it, including my young son to our grandpa. We all have a great time when we come to play. Sometimes we get treated to some deer or moose on the 8th hole.
During a bad weather season, the greens can be pretty shabby sometime, however, they are doing the best they can do... and we should remind ourselves of that. We are playing golf in the north.
The cost for a round may seem expensive for some when you add in a cart, but its all worth it in the end. Still beats a good day at the office. I will definitely play more rounds here and bring my friends and family. The customer service is also a nice welcoming treat.

8. Fish Creek Community Forest

Fort St. John, British Columbia V1J 6K1, Canada
Excellent
30%
Good
30%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
10%
Terrible
10%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 10 reviews

Fish Creek Community Forest

Reviewed By Denise H

I went with my boyfriend and just for something different to do. I wish I brought some good shoes with me. The trails that we went on were rather difficult, but it was a good kind of difficult. It's great year round although some trails were out of commission becuase they weren't used much, but all the trails/bridges were kept in good working order. Different types of trails for different levels of hiking skills. Great place to go with your pets and family members for a great day of hiking!!!
Me and my boyfriend went for the whole afternoon exploring the different trails, but there are long and shorter trails, there is a map there showing you all the trails. According to the City of Fort st John's website some of the trails are wheel chair friendly.

9. Sticky's Candy

102-9536 111 St | The Gateway Plaza, Fort St. John, British Columbia V1J 0P2, Canada +1 250-793-4219
Excellent
50%
Good
50%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 2 reviews

Sticky's Candy

Reviewed By 259LucianaV2014 - Santos, SP

Such a cool place! Lots to choose from, candy, Sodas, European chocolate, and antique signs (original and antique look). If you have kids in the car, best place to stop and keep the little ones entertained. Grown ups will take advantage of this stop too! : )

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