Gateway to Williston Lake
Situated at the south end of Williston Lake, Mackenzie is the gateway to the largest manmade lake in Canada and home to the world's largest tree crusher. This is an active community offering a wide range of activities for all seasons. Winter boats excellent snowmobiling conditions, cross-country ski trails, and downhill skiing at Little Mac Ski Hill.
Visit nearby Powder King Ski Resort for some world-class skiing conditions. In the summer, Morfee Lake, ten minutes from downtown, provides excellent scenery, swimming, boating, waterskiing and sunbathing. The natural unspoiled wilderness provides ample opportunities for fishing, hunting, hiking, camping, wildlife viewing and photography.
Where are we...
Mackenzie is located 190 km (118 miles) north of Prince George and 188 km (117 miles) west of Chetwynd on Hwy 97.
701 metres (2,300 ft) above sea level.
Average: July 16C (55 F) January -10C (14F)
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|Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
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|Seattle, Washington, USA
|Spokane, Washington, USA
|Portland, Oregon, USA
|Los Angeles, California, USA
Mackenzie Tourist/Visitor Information Booth (May - September)
Junction of Hwy 97 & 39
Mackenzie, B.C. V0J 2C0
District of Mackenzie
Mackenzie Chamber of Commerce
Northern Rockies Alaska Highway Tourism Association
BC Adventure - Mackenzie