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Mile 8.7 (km 14) Alaska Highway

Farmington Fairways on the right hand side. Offers overnight RV Parking along with a nine hole par 36 golf course, driving range, licensed clubhouse and golfing gear rentals. The campground has pull throughs with hook-ups, fire pits, tables and dump station.

Mile 34.4 (km 55.4) Alaska Highway

Peace River Bridge A suspension bridge was opened in 1943, replacing a ferry crossing. The bridge collapsed in 1957 due to a landslide at the north abutment. The 2,198 ft. long replacement bridge is the longest span on the Alaska Highway. After you cross the bridge...

Mile 34.2 (km 55.1) Alaska Highway

Peace Island Park with campsites. Run by the district of Taylor it features over 100 sites for campers, tenters and rvers. Sites offered are serviced or not serviced including pull throughs with power.
Mile 17.3 (km 27.8) Alaska Highway

Mile 17.3 (km 27.8) Alaska Highway

Exit to the Old Alaska Highway and Historic Kiskatinaw Curved Bridge and Kiskatinaw Provincial Park. Constructed in 1942-43, this 534 ft. long bridge was the first of its kind in Canada and is now the only curved, banked trestle bridge in Western Canada. Kiskatinaw...
Mile 8.7 (km 14) Alaska Highway

Mile 8.7 (km 14) Alaska Highway

Farmington Fairways on the right hand side. Offers overnight RV Parking along with a nine hole par 36 golf course, driving range, licensed clubhouse and golfing gear rentals. The campground has pull throughs with hook-ups, fire pits, tables and dump station.