Pomeroy Inn & Suites Dawson Creek
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Pomeroy Inn & Suites Dawson Creek
TripAdvisor Reviews Pomeroy Inn & Suites Dawson Creek
Travel Blogs from Dawson Creek
... Alcan as it was known in 1942).
After lunch we drove 21 miles up the highway to visit first hand the Kiskatinaw Bridge. A 162 meter curved structure, one of the first of its kind in Canada and is the only original timber bridge built along the highway that is still in use today, although the Alaskan Highway was diverted and only local traffic uses the wooden bridge nowdays.
More exploring the area and ...
... A man came up to him and said, "you must be Americans...welcome to Canada." He patted Ric******* the shoulder and left. Our next stop was pictures under the Alaskan Highway sign. A group of motorcyclist patiently waited while we took our pictures, asked if we would take their pictures and handed us three cameras. We took the pictures, making sure the motorcycles were also in the picture.
... the woods. Later we spot Elk and a lone Caribou!!!!
We get our first "road rain"….We have had some rain a couple of evenings but none while driving. Didn't ...
My day started in High Level in a cold rain, and I ran into some wet snow as well during the first 2-3 hours, then it was on and off rain the rest of the way. I have purposely planned this and the upcoming days to be a bit less mileage each day than the first week, to allow for sightseeing as well as possible weather delays as October presses forward and the chances of winter weather increase up here. I reached my ...
... agriculture and again we see vast stretches of the beautiful yellow fields of canola! There is one out of our front RV window at this park, and I just never get tired of looking at it against the green bushes in the background.
So after a catered dinner tonight (believe it or not, the lady who owns the hall here at the RV camp will not let anyone come in with shoes on), so we have been warned to wear socks! I went out to ...