Centres d'accueil touristique

Les offices de tourisme de Colombie-Britannique sont membres du réseau des offices de tourisme et sont à votre disposition pour tout renseignement touristique, conseil ou assistance.

Identifiables à leur logo bleu et jaune, ces offices de tourisme offrent de nombreux services aux touristes, tels que des conseils professionnels en matière de tourisme, des renseignements et documents utiles sur les voyages, et un service de réservation pour les hébergements. Les offices de tourisme se spécialisent dans les renseignements sur les collectivités et la planification d'itinéraires provinciaux ; leurs services sont amicaux et personnalisés.

De nombreuses petites communautés prêtent main forte aux offices de tourisme du Visitor Centre Network et ouvrent leurs propres syndicats d'initiative en saison, mais ces derniers n'arborent pas le logo des Offices de tourisme. Vous pouvez obtenir des informations sur les communautés locales pendant les heures d'ouverture normales tout au long de l'été.

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25 Centres d'accueil touristique in Nord de la Colombie-Britannique

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1 Bella Coola Valley Tourist/Visitor Info Booth - Bella Coola

442 MacKenzie St
Bella Coola, British Columbia
V0T 1C0
Toll-free866-799-5202
Phone250-982-0092

Our Tourist/Visitor Info Booth is located in the Copper Sun Art Gallery in downtown Bella Coola. Check out the beautiful and authentic Nuxalk artwork while gathering information on things to do and places to stay. There is parking and it's easily accessible.

2 Burns Lake Visitor Centre - Burns Lake

540 Highway 16 West
Burns Lake, British Columbia
V0J 1E0
Toll-free
Phone250-692-3773

Your first point of call in Burns Lake should be the Visitor Centre, centrally located on Highway 16. With plenty of parking available, stopping in is easy. The centre is open year round and offers extended hours during peak season. The friendly, knowledgeable staff will be able to answer your questions and advise you about the best things to see and do in the area. So stop in and say hello!

And remember to share your experiences when visiting Burns Lake on Twitter, by using hashtag #visitburnslake.

3 Chetwynd Visitor Centre - Chetwynd

5400 North Access Rd
Chetwynd, British Columbia
V0C 1J0
Toll-free
Phone250-788-1943

The Chetwynd Visitor Centre is conveniently located at 5400 North Access Road and has ample parking for visitors. Knowledgeable cousellors have information on the community, region, province and can provide you with a wide selection of brochures and maps. The Chetwynd Visitor Centre is within walking distance of many chainsaw carvings including the annual competition carvings. Basic facilities are available such as public washrooms and high-speed Internet.

4 Dawson Creek Visitor Centre - Dawson Creek

900 Alaska Ave
Dawson Creek, British Columbia
V1G 4T6
Toll-free866-645-3022
Phone250-782-9595

Start your Alaska Highway journey here. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you plan your stay in our community and your trip and provide you with the latest in road and weather reports, maps and brochures. Housed in the original 1931 Northern Alberta Railway (NAR) Station Museum, the Visitor Centre is located at 900 Alaska Avenue in NAR Park, offering plenty of parking, the famous Mile 0 Cairn and Grain Elevator Art Gallery. Use our free WiFi to check your emails or share Facebook photos, browse our gift shop for Dawson Creek and Alaska Highway clothing, books and souvenirs.

5 Fort Nelson Visitor Centre - Fort Nelson

5500 Alaska Hwy
Fort Nelson, British Columbia
V0C 1R0
Toll-free
Phone250-774-6400

Located on the west side of the recreation complex within easy walking distance of Art Frazer Park, the Rotary Spray Park and Fort Nelson Museum, the Visitor Centre offers free wireless internet (WiFi) service, coffee and a selection of souvenirs and local artists work. Fort Nelson is the Gateway to the Serengeti of the North. Visitor Centre staff are friendly, knowledgeable and truly look forward to your visit. Let us help with your adventure in the Northern Rockies Regional Municipality!

6 Fort St James Visitor Centre - Fort St. James

115 Douglas Ave
Fort St. James, British Columbia
V0J 1P0
Toll-free
Phone250-996-2127

We have over 250 free magazines and brochures for local, surrounding area, BC and some neighbouring Provinces and States. We are located just minutes away from The Fort St. James National Historic Site, situated on the picturesque Stuart Lake, home of the annual famous Fishing Derby. Check it out at stuartlakefishingderby.ca Take a hike on Mount Pope, go by boat to the Carrier Pictographs or ski / snowboard Murray Ridge Ski Hill.

7 Fort St John Visitor Centre - Fort St. John

9324 96th Avenue
Fort St. John, British Columbia
V1J 3V5
Toll-free877-785-6037
Phone250-785-4592

Features a souvenir shop, WiFi access, lounge area with water cooler, up-to-date road, weather and event information year-round, public washrooms as well as brochures. We are located in the newest recreation facility, the Pomeroy Sport Centre. This building features a free walking track, speed skating oval and two professional hockey-size rinks. We are located across from a mall and adjacent to an indoor swimming facility. There are numerous pull-through spots for RV parking. We are one block north of the famous Alaska Highway.

8 Granisle Visitor Centre - Granisle

3 Babine Dr
Granisle, British Columbia
V0J 1W0
Toll-free
Phone250-697-2428

Nestled above beautiful Babine Lake, the Visitor Centre sits at the entrance to our newly developed Granisle Memorial Park and is home to the Granisle Museum presenting local artifacts, history and replicas of locally discovered mammoth bones. Our Visitor Centre also provides internet access as well as shower and laundry facilities. Admission to our community campsite (currently being developed) is through the Visitor Centre as well. Our summers are very busy especially during the month of August when the Sockeye Run is happening. Drop in for a visit.

9 Houston Visitor Centre - Houston

3289 Highway 16
Houston, British Columbia
V0J 1Z0
Toll-free
Phone250-845-7640

We are located in beautiful Steelhead Park beside the World's Largest Fishing Rod. We are a barn shaped building and home to a magnificent grizzly bear display. Our highway location provides easy access and parking for buses and RVs.

10 Hudson's Hope Visitor Centre - Hudson's Hope

9555 Beattie Dr
Hudson's Hope, British Columbia
V0C 1V0
Toll-free
Phone250-783-9154

You are going to love our log building located on the main highway. A stunning view of the Peace River and valley are just steps away. The Centre sits in Beattie Park and has washrooms, playground, gazebo and picnic area.

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