What to See and Do




Stewart, BC borders Hyder, Alaska, which has a population of less than one hundred people. Stewart and Hyder may be in two different countries, but they work together as one community.

Meziadin Lake 

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A popular summer campsite for travellers and locals, Meziadin Lake is just 68 km (42 miles) west of Stewart. The lake is popular with fishers for Rainbow Trout, Sockeye Salmon, and Dolly Varden. The creeks, where the salmon spawn, is a popular place for the bears to feed. The lake is one of the only three places in the province where salmon spawn in the bays and inlets of a lake. Whether you are coming for a day on your kayak or a weekend with the boat, Meziadin lake is the perfect place for a lake trip. 

For more information, go to  Meziadin Lake Provincial Park.


Clements Lake

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Clements Lake offers good opportunities for picnicking, kayaking, paddle boarding, camping and a sandy beach for swimming. It's the perfect place to unwind and immerse yourself in nature. Drive north from Stewart along Highway 37A for approximately 13 km (8 miles). After crossing the Bitter Creek bridge take the first right. Turn left at the first junction and follow the road to Clements Lake.

For more information on the campground, go to Clements Lake.