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Alberta #43 Highway Guide

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Grande Prairie
West side of Grande Prairie at 116th Street. Alberta's largest northern city. Attractions in and around Grande Prairie, Alberta: Grande Prairie Museum - Prairie Art Gallery - Muskoseepi Park. East to communities of Valleyview, Whitecourt. East access to Williamson, Provincial Park campground and Young's Point, Provincial Park campground.

1.4
2.3
Grande Prairie, Alberta Regional Collage
East of highway
1.9
3.0
Junction of Highway 40
South to Grand Cache, Alberta, Hinton, AB
2.4
3.8
Nite Hawk Recreation Area
North of highway. Full service RV Park, campgrounds, picnicking
3.9
6.3
124th Street
North to Grande Prairie Airport
5.9
9.5
Range Road 70
North of highway
9.9
16.0
Range Road 74/Grandview Road
Legion Park Campground
13.0
20.9
Saskatoon Island Provincial Park Access
Access to Saskatoon Island, Alberta Provincial Park, campground (4km), Pipestone Creek Park (15km) Pipestone Putter Golf Course 18 hole grass greens, public course (11km)
15.0
24.2
Secondary Road 724
Turnoff to LaGlace (26km) Saskatoon Lake Community Hall (6km)
15.7
25.2
Junction of 724 South
South side
22.2
35.7
Secondary Highway 667
Turnoff to Elmsworth, Alberta(29km) Rio Grande, Alberta (31km)
23.8
38.3
Turnoff to Elmworth , Alberta (23km)

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42.4
Village of Beaverlodge, Alberta
Beaverlodge offers one of the most spectacular view of the Rocky Mountains and the picturesque rolling landscape of the Beaverlodge River valley, enroute to Mile 0 of the Alaska Highway. Attractions in and around Beaverlodge, Alberta: - Jones Country Jamboree - Museum Pioneer Days & Peace Country Opry - Peace Country Gospel Jamboree - Agricultural Fair & Trade Show - Chamber of Commerce Newcomers & Customer Appreciation BBQ - Fireman's Steak and Lobsterfest.
26.5
42.7
Beaver Lodge Campground and Information Center
The Beaverlodge Pioneer Campground comprises 29 sites, of which ten > are full service with the others being power only. The sites are > large and grassed, the facilities are clean and there is a dump > station on site. The campground is open from May 15th to Sept. 15th, > and has a camp host in full time attendance.'
28.5
45.9
South Peace Centennial Museum
Open 10:00am to 6:00pm - The South Peace Centennial Museum is the largest -- and only working --- steam powered farm equipment museum in Alberta.
31.1
50.0
Secondary Highway 671
Turnoff to Goodfair, Alberta and Riverbend Golf and Country Club
32.4
52.2
Riverside Bison Ranch
South of Highway
33.5
53.9
Highway Exit
Turnoff to Hommy Park Campground and Picnicking 23 Unserviced drive-in sites
35.8
57.6
Junction of Secondary 672
Turnoff to Limburn, Alberta (17km) Emmerson Trail
36.6
58.9
Village of Hythe, Alberta
Some services
37.0
59.5
Hythe Campground and Park
West side
37.2
59.9
Junction of 721 North

38.8
62.5
Horse Lakes Indian Reservation

44.8
72.1
Junction of Highway 59
Turnoff to Sexsmith, Alberta.
51.7
83.2
Range Road 131
Turnoff to Ray Lake, Alberta
54.7
88.0
Weigh Scales

57.4
92.4
British Columbia/Alberta Border

58.7
94.5
Highway Exit
Turnoff to Monkman Park and Kinuseo Falls. Alternate Route to Chetwynd
60.8
97.8
Swan Lake Provincial Park
Swan Lake provides 42 vehicle/tent campsites and provides basic facilities e picnic tables, pit toilets, fire pits, firewood and water, a large picnic/day-use area,
62.7
100.9
Sudeten Provincial Park
Sudeten Provincial Park: campsites and picnic area.
69.2
111.3
Pullout
North side of highway
74.7
120.2
Weigh Scales

75.3
121.1
Pouce Coupe Regional Park
Quiet and beautiful campground. 23 sites some hookups
75.7
121.8
Village of Pouce Coupe, B. C.

79.5
128.0
Junction of # 97 North and South - Mile '0' of the Alaska Highway
West to Chetwynd, B. C. Mackenzie, B. C. Prince George, B. C. Highway # 97 at this point is called The John Hart Highway. For highway travel west and south via B. C. Highway # 97 - See Milebymile.com - British Columbia Road Map Travel Guide Dawson Creek to Prince George. B. C.

79.5
128.0
Junction of # 97 North - Mile '0' of the Alaska Highway
For travel north via B. C. Highway # 97 See Milebymile.com Highway 97 British Columbia Road Map Travel Guide The Alaska Highway Dawson Creek to Fort Nelson, B.C. for driving directions.

82.0
131.9
City of Dawson Creek, British Columbia
Mile '0' of the Alaska Highway. Attractions in and around Dawson Creek: Exhibition & Rodeo - Blue Grass Festival - Communities In Bloom - Symphonette & Orchestra Operetta - South Peace Art Society Art Auction.
82.0
132.0
Dawson Creek Tourisum and Visitor Center
North side of highway, washrooms
83.3
134.0
Junction of Highway 97 The Alaska Highway