Beatton Provincial Park is located in the rolling eastern foothills of the Rockies on the east side of Charlie Lake. Beautifully set amongst poplar and spruce trees, the park features a campground, beach, boating, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing and waterskiing.

The aspen-lined hiking trails in Beatton Provincial Park double as cross-country skiing and snowmobiling routes. Snowshoeing and ice fishing are also popular activities within the park and it features a toboggan hill.

And Beatton boasts the best fishing for walleyes in British Columbia! Within Beatton Provincial Park is Charlie Lake. Here you will find not only walleye, but also a wide variety of spectacular wildlife and its a great place for bird-watching.

Beatton Provincial Park is equipped with 37 vehicle/tent campsites, an adventure playground, baseball diamond and basic facilities – picnic tables, pit toilets, fire pits, firewood and water. Some facilities in the campground are also wheelchair accessible. The park is open all year and fees are collected from May to September.
There are no sani-station/dump facilities at this park. The closest dump facility is located at Charlie Lake Provincial Park, 11 km north of Fort St. John on the Alaska Highway.
Beatton Provincial Park is located 4 km north of Fort St. John on Alaska Highway 97 in Northern British Columbia.

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