Fort Nelson Heritage Museum

This spectacular museum is a walking adventure and a must see in Fort Nelson. For a minimal fee, you can tour the extensive indoor and outdoor displays, experience the wildlife of the Alaska Highway (including an albino moose), and browse through the exciting history of the area. Artifacts from the building of the Alaska Highway, mementos of the US Army Corps of Engineers, and displays describing the fascinating history of the fur trade invite you to experience the past and understand the present. Unique souvenirs and books are available for purchase.


Northern Rockies Regional Recreation Centre

Completed in 2014, the NRRRC boasts twin arenas and leisure pond, curling rink, community hall, indoor track, Rotary Playspace, and indoor climbing wall. Topping off the amenities is the incredible aquatic centre with a 6-lane, 25m competitive pool with 1m and 3m high diving boards, aquatic climbing wall, a leisure pool, hot tub and two-story water slide. Sauna, steam room and activity rooms as well as modern change rooms complete the space available to allow residents to live their healthiest and most active life (year-round!) possible. A full suite of program offerings from fitness classes to swim lessons compliment the facility and provide a great opportunity to get involved, meet people and get fit doing it.


Northern Rockies Recreation

Fort Nelson gives residents countless options to enjoy the many physical activities in Fort Nelson. The community offers a modern skateboarding park, tennis courts, the Rotary Spray Park, beach volleyball, hiking or cross-country ski trails at the Demonstration Forest and skating or snowshoeing at nearby Parker Lake. Enjoy a walk on Phase 1 of the Community Trail, a paved ribbon through the trees, perfect accessibility for all fitness levels.


Poplar Hills Golf & Country Club

Poplar Hills Golf Course sits high above the Muskwa Valley, featuring varying terrain and a challenging game against a backdrop of dazzling panoramic views of the Northern Rockies. Located just north of Fort Nelson off the Old Alaska Highway, the well maintained nine hole course offers a driving range, grass greens, pro shop, club and power cart rentals, concession and lounge.
Where else in Canada can you tee off at sunset and finish the round by dark?
To book tee-times, call 250-774-3862. RV Friendly.