Located in the Rocky Mountain foothills, this town of around 2,866 people lies 310 km (192.6 mi.) north of Prince George on Highway 97. Oil and gas, timber, and farming form the foundation of the local economy.

In celebration of the 50th Anniversary in 1992 of the Alaska Highway, Chetwynd created over 45 chainsaw wooden sculptures of Canadian animals which can be seen around town today. Chetwynd used to be called Little Prairie, and the Heritage Museum of the same name just 2 km west of town displays antique machinery and artifacts. Annual community events include a rodeo in May and Mile Zero Days in June. Outside of town, outdoor enthusiasts can find camping, hiking and wildlife viewing at several nearby provincial parks including scenic Gwillim Lake Provincial Park and Monkman Provincial Park. Canoeing fans will enjoy the Murray River Canoe Route which offers up to 50 km of pathways.

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Lakeview Inn & Suites - Chetwynd
Lakeview Inn & Suites - Chetwynd
4820 - North Access Road
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At the Lakeview Inns & Suites in Chetwynd BC, you will find a brand new hotel (2006) with free continental breakfast, free movies, free local telephone calls, a business centre, meeting rooms, laundry facilities, free parking and more.
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Downtown Chetwynd:  2.4km
Pomeroy Inn & Suites Chetwynd Hotel Chetwynd 5200 North Access Road Request Info
Westwind RV Park RV/Camping Chetwynd 4401-53rd Avenue Request Info

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