Campground Review | Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park

“A Must Stop on the way to Alaska!!”

Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, British Columbia

Campground Review

While we traveled our way down the Alaskan/Candian Highway (ALCAN) we stayed overnight at a few nice spots which included Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, British Columbia.

You can find all of our Campground Reviews here on our 2019 Campground Reviews page along with a map of the places we have stayed.

Photo Gallery can be found here with all of our pictures from our visit.

Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, British Columbia

Liard River Hot Springs, British Columbia

Liard River Hot Springs is home to the largest natural hot springs in Canada and this was a much needed overnight stop along the Alaskan HWY. The hot springs were just a short walk from our campsite.

The boardwalk passes through a warm water swamp and boreal forest that supports rich and diverse plant communities as well as mammal and bird species. We were lucky enough to see a moose.

There is a bathhouse near the hot springs pool, pit toilets, campfire rings, and picnic areas. The hot springs pool is the main attraction and wildlife viewing. Our site was nice and roomy, with a picnic table, firepit and plenty of room to spread out.

Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, British Columbia

Would we stay again?

We will definitely stay at Liard River Hot Springs again when traveling to Alaska. We would love to go back one day to enjoy the wonderful, relaxing hot springs. This is a MUST do if you are traveling to Alaska. 🙂

Nightly Cost: $26.00 – Cash Only
Days Stayed:  1
Hookups:  No hookups, dump station. There are two hand pumps for water.
Reservations: Yes and they also have first-come, first-served sites
Pad Type: Gravel
Pets: Allowed on Leash
Cell Service: NONE (Tmobile)
GPS: 59.4248, -126.1034


Liard River Hot Springs Provincial Park, British Columbia.

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