At the Pomeroy Hotel and Conference Centre - Fort St. John, we believe there’s a big difference between just staying in Fort St. John and actually experiencing the best Fort St. John has to offer. We can’t wait to show you the people, places and things to do that only residents who love the area can really tell you about. Residents like us.
We’ll help you find just the British Columbia you came to see.
If you’re wondering what to do on a Thursday evening, looking for a fun place to take the kids or would like to hear about local events taking place in and around Fort St. John during your stay, we’ve got the inside angle on it all. The historic attractions, farmers markets and outdoor adventures. The city’s most popular cultural hubs, from museums and theater to live music and funky art galleries.
Live like a local while you’re in town. For your planning convenience, we’ve compiled a list of the most popular Fort St. John attractions and fun things to do.
This Scenic course winds its way along the shores of Charlie Lake, the greens have been ranked the best in the northeast and certainly some of the best greens throughout all of British Columbia.
Home to the Fort St John Huskies, Elks speed skaters, & minor hockey, the North Peace Arena hosts concerts, tradeshows, as well as a weekly farmers market.
Consists of a wave pool, hot tub, tot pool, diving board, sauna, and steam room.
Covering over 92 hectares, the park lies within the rolling landscape of the interior plains
The Peace Canyon Project is the second hydroelectric development to harness the power of the turbulent water of the Peace River. The Visitor Centre offers a wide range of exhibits and an audiovisual theatre.
Take your chances and try your luck at Chances Gaming Centre, as state- of- art Mecca featuring slot machines, off track betting, virtual gaming tables, bingo and keno.