Location: on the Alaska Highway at Mile 47 - 56°15' N., 120° 51' W.
Population: 19,000 (city), 50,000 service area (2010 estimates).
The economy is based on oil and gas exploration, lumbering and agriculture.
Hotels & Motels in Fort St. John
A complete listing, with addresses, contact numbers and Web site links.
Charles Bedaux & 'The Champagne Expedition'
The story of one of the most bizarre of all northern expeditions, which passed though Fort St. John in 1934.
City of Fort St. John
A good summary of the city's economy, and cultural and recreational opportunities.
Fort St. John Airport
A brief look at the airport's history, services and facilities.
Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce
An introduction to the city's history, economy and tourist attractions.
Fort St. John - North Peace Museum
An illustrated tour of this excellent museum, from prehistory to the ongoing oil boom.
Frank Worth Beaton
The 1945 obituary of this famous Fort St. John pioneer, a Hudson's Bay Company trading post factor.
High & Wild Wilderness Safaris
Operating from a main lodge and 2 camps in the Muskwa-Kechika region, northwest of Fort St. John.
The History of Fort St. John
From mainland British Columbia's first white settlement to a vibrant modern city.
The story of the Fort St. John area missionary who became known as 'God's Galloping Girl'.
North Cariboo Air
Charter service is offered with a fleet of single- and multi-engine aircraft, from Cessna 206 to Twin Otter.
Weather in Fort St. John
Current conditions and a 5-day forecast from Environment Canada (weatheroffice.com).
The swimming pool, arenas and curling rink at Centennial Park.