Chetwynd features unique chain-saw sculptures which are skillfully displayed throughout the community.These hand crafted works of art depict indigenous Canadian animals, birds and other sculpture works.
Restored Trappers Cabin
Step back into history and visit an authentic trappers cabin.
Moberly Lake Provincial Park
Located north of Chetwynd with 109 campsites, Moberly is the spot for summer and boating fun.
Gwillim Lake Provincial Park
Located south of Chetwynd with 49 campsites, this lake is a beautiful place to come and relax in the summer.
The Leisure Facility and Wave Pool
This is one of the finest in the north featuring a 25 metre wave pool, 0 depth beach area, wheelchair access, hot tub, sauna, pool side viewing, patio and fitness room.
Old Baldy Hiking Trail
This walking trail offers splendid views of the valley with developed rest stops along the way. Try out the other 50 kilometres of walking trails in and around Chetwynd, too!
Little Prairie Heritage Museum
This museum features displays from the past and is open during July and August.