For corporate events and special occasions, the Pomeroy Hotel & Conference Centre is one of the premier addresses in Fort St.
John – boasting over 11,500 square feet of beautifully designed function venues.
It is the largest of Georgia's renowned Golden Isles (along with Sea Island, Jekyll Island, and privately owned Little St. Visitors are drawn to the Island for its warm climate, beaches, variety of outdoor activities, shops and restaurants, historical sites, and its natural environment.
It wasn’t until 2007, after five years of abandonment, that The Lido was reopened and reenvisioned by local entrepreneur Brian Kirschner.
No longer just a movie theatre, The Lido is now a beast with many heads, having become an essential cog of cultural growth in the youthful community of Fort St. Dreaming of a Mexican Getaway with some fun in the sun? The LIDO is shifting into summer mode and we are announcing our new summer office hours.
When it comes to exercise, your workout routine won’t skip a beat – the hotel offers a full fitness center, along with a pool, waterslide and whirlpool.
If you’re looking to catch up with friends or unwind with colleagues, visit Just Jack's restaurant and lounge or try your luck at Chances Gaming Center, a state-of-the-art gaming Mecca featuring slot machines, virtual gaming tables, bingo and keno.
The boat launch in the park provides easy access for fishing in the spring, fall and summer months .
Most fish the lake trolling in hopes of catching some walleye, northern pike and yellow perch as shore fishing is very limited. This was until 2002 when the doors of The Lido were closed and the new Landmark Cinema was opened in town. Brooks, The Lido opened in 1957, ushering in 45 years of classic films up on the big screen.The trails in the park provide many of the best viewing opportunities of the forest eco system and of some of the smaller wildlife species.The day use area near the boat launch is set out on a large grassy lawn with picnic tables and a picnic shelter.is an easy access recreation destination situated just off of the Alaska Hwy located north of the community of Fort St. The park rests on the shores of Charlie Lake and for years the park has provided hours of activity for many who enjoy swimming, fishing, camping and hiking.