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  • Airlines
    Chartered planes and helicopters can be booked for flights from Mackenzie to Prince George as well as other remote communities in the area. Mackenzie’s small airport is located 5.6 km/3.5 mi west of downtown on Coquiwaldi Road and Airport Road.

    Bus Services
    Greyhound offers bus service to Mackenzie. Buses operate regularly between Prince George, Mackenzie and Chetwynd, with two arrivals and two departures daily.

    Taxi Services
    MacKenzie Taxi Ltd.
    Box 399, 160 Thutade Street
    MacKenzie, BC V0J 2C0
    P: 250 997-5555 | F: 250 997-6896
    macktaxi@xplornet.com

  • The Mackenzie Chamber of Commerce provides valuable information about the community, relocation and local businesses.

    Banking
    Mackenzie currently has an RBC Royal Bank and Scotiabank.

    Schools
    Mackenzie is located in Prince George School District 57.

    Morfee Elementary School (K-7, 347 Students)
    310 Nechako
    Mackenzie, BC, V0J 2C0
    P: 250 997-6340 | F: 250 997-5075

    Mackenzie Secondary School (8-12, 223 Students)
    Box 578 – 500 Skeena Drive
    MacKenzie, BC, VOJ 2C0
    P: 250 997-6510 | F: 250 997-6509
    This school is ‘Nut Aware’

    Visitor Centre
    Mackenzie Visitor Centre
    Junction of Highway 39 & Highway 97
    Mackenzie, BC, V0J 2C0
    office@mackenziechamber.bc.ca

  • The District of Mackenzie has recognized and developed it’s natural beauty for persons of all ages to be able to enjoy in so many ways!

    In the summertime, hiking, biking, golfing, nature excursions, fishing and paddling will definitely keep you busy.

    If you are looking for a challenge, you can hike/bike the approximately 20 km to the top of Morfee Mountain. Once there, take a hike into the alpine or just enjoy the view. This is a great spot to photograph wildflowers or to observe a variety of wildlife. Start off your ride at the Mountain Bike Skills Park at Little Mac Ski Hill then to John Dahl Park and Morfee Lakeshore Trail systems.

    If you are looking for something a little more rustic, try the Canty Lake Trail or Kimta Trail, both located on the Parsnip Forest Service Road, north of Mackenzie. Neither of these trails is maintained. There are also hiking trails located in the Pine Pass, such as Bijoux Falls and Mount Murray.

    Nearby lakes such as Morfee Lake, Williston Lake, Gantahaz Lake, Heather- Dina Lakes, Tudyah Lake and Carp Lake offer visitors the opportunity to swim, canoe, kayak, and fish, as well as a sandy beach with fire pits and volleyball nets.

    Wintertime activities are accentuated by the yearly impressive snow conditions enhancing a variety of outdoor activities for everyone. There is a diverse trail system available for snowmobilers that includes close to 100 km of groomed trails. Enjoy 30 km of groomed cross country ski trails that start out at the Mackenzie Golf & Country Club with an additional 10 km of trails in John Dahl Regional Park.

    Powder King Mountain Resort is located only 40 minutes away in the Pine Pass, and boasts an amazing annual snowfall of 41 feet. Enjoy 597 hectares (1475 acres) of terrain and 640 m (2100 ft) vertical drop.