Dawson Creek is located 406 km (252 miles) north-east of Prince George at the convergence of Highways 2, 49 and 97, in the Peace River Region. Dawson Creek has the notoriety of being the 'Mile 0' point of Hwy 97, the world-famous Alaska Highway.

Mile Zero Post

The Mile Zero Post is located one block due south of the Station Museum in downtown Dawson Creek. The post symbolizes our designation as Mile Zero of the Alaska Highway. While downtown, spend some time and explore some of Dawson Creek's unique stores and restaurants. Your photograph on the Mile 0 Post is a "must do" for a great take home memory!

Alaska Highway : Built during the 1940's during the WW II by a joint venture between the Canadian and US governments the 'Mile 0'" post and see the most-photographed icon of the Peace Region.

Art Gallery

The Dawson Creek Art Gallery is as unique as they come! Located in the Northern Alberta Railway Park, the gallery is housed in a renovated grain elevator annex. Year round exhibitions feature both local artists as well as traveling collections from major provincial and national galleries. Also in the building is an impressive photo exhibit of the building of the Alaska Highway. The gallery's "Northern Treasures Gift Shop" offers a wide variety of local products from our artisans and craftsmen. Bus and group tours are very welcome with reservations recommended. Public washrooms are available.

Hours of Operation

  • Summer Hours: May 25 - Sept 3: 9am - 5pm, Daily
  • Winter Hours: Sept 4 - May 24: 10am - 5pm, Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 4pm Saturday and Sunday

South Peace Community Multiplex

Complete with the Lakota Agri-Centre, Ken Borek Aquatic Leisure Centre and the EnCana Centre, the new multiplex will be able to accommodate up to 6,500 people for equestrian, livestock and rodeo activities.

South Peace Historical Society Railway Station Museum

Housed in the original 1931 Northern Alberta Railway Station, this historic museum offers a glimpse into the notable past of Dawson Creek. Railway memorabilia, pioneer artefacts and wildlife displays and a video showing entitled The Alaska Highway, 1942 - 1992 are all here! A "must see" in Dawson Creek! . Bus and group tours are very welcome at the Station Museum. Reservations are recommended.

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The Mile Zero Post is located one block due south of the Station Museum in downtown Dawson Creek. The post symbolizes our designation as Mile Zero of the Alaska Highway. While downtown, spend some time and explore some of Dawson Creek's unique stores and restaurants. Your photograph on the Mile 0 Post is a "must do" for a great take home memory!

Alaska Highway : Built during the 1940's during the WW II by a joint venture between the Canadian and US governments the 'Mile 0'" post and see the most-photographed icon of the Peace Region.


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The Dawson Creek Art Gallery is as unique as they come! Located in the Northern Alberta Railway Park, the gallery is housed in a renovated grain elevator annex. Year round exhibitions feature both local artists as well as traveling collections from major provincial and national galleries. Also in the building is an impressive photo exhibit of the building of the Alaska Highway. The gallery's "Northern Treasures Gift Shop" offers a wide variety of local products from our artisans and craftsmen. Bus and group tours are very welcome with reservations recommended. Public washrooms are available.

Hours of Operation

  • Summer Hours: May 25 - Sept 3: 9am - 5pm, Daily
  • Winter Hours: Sept 4 - May 24: 10am - 5pm, Tuesday - Friday: 10am - 4pm Saturday and Sunday

South Peace Community Multiplexmore_vert
South Peace Community Multiplexclose

Complete with the Lakota Agri-Centre, Ken Borek Aquatic Leisure Centre and the EnCana Centre, the new multiplex will be able to accommodate up to 6,500 people for equestrian, livestock and rodeo activities.


South Peace Historical Society Railway Station Museummore_vert
South Peace Historical Society Railway Station Museumclose

Housed in the original 1931 Northern Alberta Railway Station, this historic museum offers a glimpse into the notable past of Dawson Creek. Railway memorabilia, pioneer artefacts and wildlife displays and a video showing entitled The Alaska Highway, 1942 - 1992 are all here! A "must see" in Dawson Creek! . Bus and group tours are very welcome at the Station Museum. Reservations are recommended.