Salmon Valley, BC

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The community of Salmon Valley is located on the beautiful Salmon River approximately 26 km north of Prince George BC on Highway 97 (John Hart Highway).  This unincorporated community lies nestled within the river basin amongst beautiful old growth trees and alongside the sometimes rugged looking river. The nature of the location lends itself to feeling relaxed and at one with nature. There is plenty of room for residents and visitors alike. 

The Salmon River is a tributary of the Fraser River and used to be known as the Little Salmon River. The community itself is quite spread out with many residents directly adjacent to or within a short walk of the river. You can fish here although there may be seasonal or property restrictions. 

Favorite pastimes by visitors to the area are tubing on the river, sunbathing walking the shores. For those with a mind to camping there is a well attributed privately owned campground that loves to makes visitors welcome.

On the south shore of the salmon River is Kristian Winther Regional Park, 70 acres in size the easy trails travel along the river, is also features a groom lawn for playing games or a family gathering using the park facilities (picnic shelter, tables fire pits and toilets). 

A 10 minute drive north on Highway 97 you can find the "GOODSIR Nature Park" with its abundance of natural plant and animal life in natural settings, experience it first Hand.