Dan Marceau Camp

If you search Fort St. John in the Campground Directory on Tracks And Trails home page, you will find a new location for free camping thanks to Dan Marceau. A member of Kelowna Search and Rescue before he braved the north country to go save lives. Dan says that you can camp for free on […]

Written By Clayton Kessler

On February 11, 2013
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If you search Fort St. John in the Campground Directory on Tracks And Trails home page, you will find a new location for free camping thanks to Dan Marceau. A member of Kelowna Search and Rescue before he braved the north country to go save lives.

Dan Marceau Camp

Camp for Free in BC at Dan Marceau Camp

Dan says that you can camp for free on the Peace just east of the Taylor Ferry Rd bridge….(i guess there was a ferry before the bridge eh)

Now if we can get some pics of the area, it would be cool. So if you are looking for work and need a place to stay this summer, check out this campsite and enjoy the Peace. What should we call it? I didn’t find it listed in the Recreatin Sites and Trails guide so TracksAndTrails now names a new campground Dan Marceau Camp.

 

To get camping directions look for the map bubble by the bridge east of Taylor after you search Fort Saint John with a 100 km radius.

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