Stewart Lake Trail ATV Trails

North of Dawson Creek and south of Fort St John, the Stewart Lake Trail is a moderate route to the namesake lake.

To reach the trailhead from Fort St John, head south on the Alaska Highway to near Milepost 30. Look for Gagne Road heading west (#240?). Follow this road west for several miles bearing left and look for Northland Trailblazers snowmobile sign and park here.

You will see a road heading to the south-west; it will travel along a field, then turn to the right and into the trees. Along the field is a trail to the right that goes to a warm-up cabin and out-house. After passing the field and heading into the trees, the trail winds down and around, and has several good mud-holes (with bypasses). You will come to a creek crossing, and eventually youll find a second creek and a pipeline right-of-way. You can open the fence (gate) and turn to the right; close the gate behind you. Follow the pipeline to a logging road. Cross the road and continue to the next road. Turn right and follow it to Stewart Lake.

Note: As of August 2008, the Ministry of Forests Regulations require all ATV drivers to be at least 16 years of age and have a valid drivers license to ride on Forest Service Roads. In addition, the ATV must have valid third-party liability insurance, which is typically around $120 per year. The Conservation Officers will issue a $600 ticket if you do not have proof of insurance.

MORE INFORMATION

Local Contact(s):  Fort St John Visitor Centre (250) 785-3033; MOOSE ATV Club (250)787-7795

Base Camp:  Bear Flats Campground; Corner RV Park

Breakfast Restaurant:  Annas Coffee House; Esquires Coffee House

Local Website:  click herehttp://www.mooseatvclub.com/

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Date Updated:  8/7/2016

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