Mackenzie at a Glance
For larger than life adventures, Mackenzie is the ideal location. Mackenzie is a recreational hub with natural and developed trail systems in place that increase accessibility to the area’s outdoor recreation potential.
Forest Service Recreation Sites typically offer picnic tables, pit toilets and fire pits. Firewood is not provided at all sites. DO NOT CUT WOOD within these sites.
Mackenzie’s wilderness setting brings residents and visitors alike into contact with the area’s diverse wildlife population. While amazing to view, these animals are wild and CAUTION SHOULD BE PRACTICED WHEN VIEWING ANY WILD ANIMAL.
Visit picturesque Morfee Lake and enjoy boating, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming or just lounging on the sandy beach. Williston Lake offers the opportunity for camping, boating and fishing. Alexander Mackenzie’s Landing is a day use area with beaches, a cement boat launch, and a natural amphitheater. This recreation area celebrates the historical significance of Sir Alexander Mackenzie’s journey through the area and includes a monument to Mackenzie’s namesake.
Morfee Mountain offers incredible recreational opportunities for the biking, hiking and all-terrain enthusiast. For those inclined to just kick back and enjoy the tranquil side of nature, Morfee Mountain provides access to the top of the world. Powder King Mountain Resort is a 45-min drive from Mackenzie, offering phenomenal downhill skiing and snowboarding and excellent spring conditions. Whether nature is your playground or your passion or both, Mackenzie’s outdoor excursions have the excitement and serenity to please all tastes.