Historic Mile 52CharlieLake Mile 0 Army Tote Road. Site of a major distribution camp for workers and supplies heading north. Three American soldiers also drowned here in 1942 while crossing the lakeaboard “pontoon bargers.”
Charlie Lake Provincial Park Alaska Highway Historic Milepost 52
The campsites are large, on gravel pads with lots of trees which are mostly aspen.
The park is located 11 km north of Fort St. John at the junction of the Alaska Highway and Highway 29
Charlie Lake is a lake in north-eastern British Columbia, Canada, situated 8 km (5.0 mi) west from Fort St. John, along the Alaska Highway. The lake provides the water supply for the city of Fort St. John. The Charlie Lake Formation, a stratigraphical unit of the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin is named for the lake.