Taylor Visitor Centre
Taylor is home to one of BC’s top ranked visitor information centres. But you don’t have to be a visitor to enjoy friends and hospitality at the Taylor Visitor Information Centre.
Visitors and residents alike will be treated as guests of honor by our friendly and knowledgable staff.
Stop in and let us help plan your next road trip adventure, participate in fun events like the “Be a tourist in your own town” month or just join us for a cup of coffee and good company. See you around!
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Find Us on Mile 36 of the Alaska Highway
The District of Taylor is situated 56 km (36 miles) north of Dawson Creek and 18 km (10 miles) south of Fort St. John, in a scenic valley, located along the mighty Peace River.
Taylor Climate & Geography
This broad plane 200 feet above the Peace River has been home to Taylor and it’s settlers since the early 1900’s. With fertile soil, local gardens provide a variety of fruits and vegetables.
- Area 16.61km2
- Longitude 120°41’16.0″W
- Latitude 56°09’32.3″N
- Elevation 550 meters
The District of Taylor traditionally experiences a northern continental climate with cool short summers and long cold winters. However, Taylor experiences more frost-free days than most areas in the Peace due to its location in the valley and its proximity to the Peace River.
Simon Sees Taylor BC
His favorite part is the wide-open spaces, the hospitality of the people and the outstanding natural beauty. We want to thank Simon for capturing Taylor’s residents and our picturesque true beauty.
Showcasing beautiful Taylor, BC, this video clip will show you just some of the fun to be had in our community.