Welcoming visitors to the North Peace region May through September every year.
The Ross H. Maclean Rotary Park, located on the shores of Charlie Lake, British Columbia features 69 spacious sites for visitors to enjoy.
We offer a clean campground with gravel parking areas, and pull-through and tenting sites available with water, power, and sewer.
Firewood, showers, laundry, and internet are available. We have a boat launch, fire pits, and playground. Pets are welcome and seasonal sani-dump is available for a small fee.
We look forward to your visit!
Ellen and Sam
The Ross H. Maclean Rotary Park is located on the shores of Charlie Lake, BC just off the historic Alaska Highway. A restaurant and a convenience store with fuel, propane and take out food are located nearby. The city of Fort St. John is approximately a five minute drive south on Highway 97.
Seasonal Sani Dump
Book a Campsite
Open May through September
Many attractions and amenities are nearby, including the Tse’k’wa National Historic Site, which has contributed to understanding environmental changes and human settlement from the end of the last glacial period 12,500 years ago to the present day. This exceptional archaeological site is located in the traditional territory of the Dane-zaa First Nations of Treaty 8, and managed by the Tse’k’wa Heritage Society, which can be contacted to arrange for a tour.
Visit the Charlie Lake Alaska Highway Memorial, commemorated in memory of 12 American soldiers who lost their lives after their boat carrying equipment and supplies capsized during the construction of the historic war-time highway. And make sure to stop in for food and drinks at the lakeside Red Barn Pub and Eatery.
Proceeds raised through Ross H. Maclean Rotary Park support nonprofit organizations and Rotary initiatives in Fort St. John and the North Peace.
Fort St. John Rotary Club
Basement, 9807 - 101 Ave.
Fort St. John, BC