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Kiskatinaw Park

Tourist attraction β€’ Park

One of the Best Places To Visits in Area D (Kiskatinaw Valley)


Kiskatinaw Rd, Farmington, BC V0C 1N0, Canada



+1 250-843-0092

Rating on Google Maps

4.50 (111 reviews)

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Working Hours

  • Tuesday: Open 24 hours
  • Wednesday: Open 24 hours
  • Thursday: Open 24 hours
  • Friday: Open 24 hours
  • Saturday: Open 24 hours
  • Sunday: Open 24 hours
  • Monday: Open 24 hours

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  • 5/5 Bogdan M K. 5 years ago on Google
    Original place, original Curve Bridge, on iconic Alaska Highway! It is like pilgrimage to Mecca - you have to drive that Road at least once in your life time :)
    3 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 4/5 Richard F. 4 years ago on Google
    We went to the curved Bridge expecting just another bridge and although I love Bridges I wasn't expecting much. The models of the Museum's all show the steel frame built Bridge with a wood deck, but the actual bridge is all 100% wood frame and it is a sight to see! The wood deck over the curved arch of the bridge is quite unique to see and drive over because I don't think I've ever been on such a bridge before. The wood truss in framing underneath is awesome, one of the few wood frames such structures you'll be able to see. The bypass is the original Highway, fairly well paved and only a few miles out of the way. It is a much better route than staying on the main freeway cost you almost more time and you get to see a really need Bridge highly recommended
    3 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 4/5 I W. 6 years ago on Google
    Great campground and picnic tables. Area is well maintained. Curved wooden bridge has to be the coolest attraction.
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Dawn H. 2 years ago on Google
    Beautiful clean place to enjoy a time of relaxation. ..With endless walking πŸ˜€. Peaceful water flowing,.lots of kewl rocks . One thing missing is an play area for Children.. . Camp attendants are amazing , 🌸 🎈 Trusting the abutments will be repaired on the historical bridge . Last of its kind in Canada ..Making this bridge for foot traffic only is a great idea..
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Dan M. 5 years ago on Google
    Quiet and peaceful night next to the river. Friendly camp host with big bundles of firewood.
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 4/5 John P. 3 years ago on Google
    Nice views ! Great spot for a dip in the creek
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 4/5 Tony W. 4 years ago on Google
    One of the oldest bridges in alaskan highway. its a 25 mins drive from fort saint john bc . Its a curved bridge made of wood. Theres a camping ground nearby with minimal facilities available.

  • 2/5 H G. 1 year ago on Google
    So sad how his place has been abandoned by the Province. The bridge and campground are falling into disrepair ..... Campground closed indefinitely and bridge is pedestrian only. Still worth visiting for the rich history and beauty.

  • 5/5 Meika S. 6 months ago on Google
    Very cool old bridge, would be nice to see it restored and turned into a tourist type site

  • 3/5 Willow 10 months ago on Google
    The park is closed these days as is the bridge but it’s still a spot to see. It’s beautiful there all year around.

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