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The Fort St James Visitors Information Centre is now open

Fort St. James Visitor Centre


The Fort St James Visitors Information Centre is now open.

We are happy to be providing our services to all the people who love to explore our beautiful area. Come down for a visit and see the beautiful red and white tulips that were planted in honour of Canada’s 150-year anniversary.

The tulips were developed in partnership with the Netherlands to create the red and white pattern, which resembles the Canadian Flag.

Thank you to the volunteers who planted them last fall they look amazing.

You do not have to be a visitor from another town to stop in. Planning a trip? Stop in and get some helpful information or a free travel guide, we have many brochures and maps from areas all over British Columbia.

The Visitors Information Centre also carries Fort St James Forest District Maps for sale and we have a range of Fort St James clothing and merchandise for sale. So stop in and say hello. We look forward to an amazing summer.



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