Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park

Provincial Park

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Alaska Highway
Northern Rockies B, BC, Canada
250-776-7000

GPS: 59.422, -126.097

Last Price Paid: $26

2 people have reviewed this location.

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Pixel and Skillet
Fairfax, CA
25 Airstream
2017 Dodge 2500
18 reviews
Nightly rate: $26
Days stayed: 1

Pixel and Skillet would stay here again

“A true 6 Stars”

Reviewed Nov 15, 2017

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A must stop on your way to and back to Alaska. Even if you are just visiting the parks in the Canadian rockies I would recommended spending a couple of nights here. The hot spring are the nicest that we have ever encountered a true mixture of man made and the natural. The camp ground, honestly I don't remember, it's all about the hot springs. But if you must know, it was nice with well spaced sights. If you can, reserve closer to the hot springs, because it is a walk with both mosquitoes and bears.

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Road it up

35 Bluebird Wanderlodge 1984
1987 Volkswagon Vanagon Syncro Wesfalia
81 reviews
Nightly rate: $26
Days stayed: 1

Road it up would stay here again

“These hot springs are the best natural hot springs ever!”

Reviewed May 25, 2016

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Liard Hot Springs is a must stop on your way North! You can simply stop for a soak (10$ per vehicle) or spend the night at the campground (26$ + 5$ to make a reservation, highly recommended on the weekend) to enjoy the springs more than one time. There is a small truck stop/pull-out across the road, so you could camp there for free if there is room (part of it is also the campground overflow). Know that there is absolutely no signal (or wifi at the Lodge on the other side of the road). It can be pretty buggy in June which makes it a much less relaxing activity... Liard is open year round. In the Alpha pool, the water temperatures range from 42° C to 52° C. Facilities include a change house and composting toilet. A boardwalk, which leads to the hot spring pools, passes through a warm water swamp and boreal forest that supports rich and diverse plant communities as well as mammal and bird species. We saw a moose drinking from the springs!

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Day 28: Wildlife Sightings on the way to Liard River Hotsprings

Day 28: Wednesday, June 12, 2013. Ft. Nelson, BC to Liard River Hotsprings Provincial Park, BC. Site 42. 190 miles traveled. What better way to relax after 28 days on the road than to soak in...

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