Mackenzie BC is located in the north of the province in the Rocky Mountain Trench. It is a two-hour drive north of Prince George. Adventure tourism is a major attraction for visitors.

The community lies at the southern end of Williston Lake, the largest man-made lake in North America, which was created by the W.A. C. Bennett dam on the Peace River. It was named after Alexander Mackenzie, the famous explorer who camped near here in 1793.

Recreational opportunities include hiking, camping, canoeing and fishing, swimming, picnicking. In winter, ice fishing down hill skiing, cross-country skiing and snow-mobiling are all popular activities.

Mackenzie accommodations include motels, bed and breakfasts and campgrounds.

Motel quietly located 1 block from downtown Mackenzie. 24 units with 1 and 2 bedroom suites available. All rooms have phone, fridge, coffee maker, cable TV, microwave and free wireless internet. Guest services include free high speed internet access in lobby, guest pay laundry, fax and photocopier and winter plug-ins. Rates starting at $65 for single or double occupancy.

Williston Lake Lodge Williston Lake Lodge
305 Mackenzie Blvd, Box 626
Conveniently located in the centre of Mackenzie, close to all recreation facilities. Only 45 minutes drive to skiing at Powder King.
Mackenzie Municipal Campground & RV Park
Bag 340
Royal Oak Inn and Suites & RV Park
70 Mackenzie Blvd
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