Emory Bar RV Park & Campsite is on the Trans Canada Highway, 18km North of Hope (2 hours from Vancouver). It is situated on 20 acres of land and has 14 permanent sites with full sewer, water and electrical hook-ups (50/100 amp service). The lots are approximately 60' wide and 70' long. Weekly, monthly and yearly rates are available. Sites are easily accessible and levelled. There are also 15 dry sites and 15 partial hook-ups on premises. Washrooms, shower and a laundry mat are available to our guests. We offer BBQ facilities at our Salmon House and are in the process of building a Clubhouse for our guests. Thee Hope River General Store are adjacent to the campground and provides a number of services, a fully licensed restaurant and delicatessen, grocery store, government agent liquor store, Esso service station and KCJ's Fruit Stand - and all the amenities that you need for your camping trip. Learn more>>>
The Kumsheen Rafting Resort is one of the finest wilderness adventure centers in Canada located in Canada's hot spot - Lytton, BC. Kumsheen rafting trips feature big waves, warm water and a desert-like climate. With white water rafting trips on the Thompson, Fraser and Stein Rivers there is a unique experience for guests of all ages. Outdoor enthusiasts can also choose from scenic mountain bike tours, rappelling/rock climbing, river kayaking, or view the spectacular White Canyon setting from their outdoor hot tub and swimming pool. Kumsheen hosts and sponsors a series of events throughout the spring, summer, and fall including the annual Labor Day Weekend Lytton River Festival. Kumsheen's nearly 40 years of experience and all-inclusive resort facilities can accommodate the needs of groups as large as a couple hundred. Learn more>>>
REO is blessed with one of the most amazing locations right on the edge of the beautiful, jade-green Nahatlatch (Nah-hat-latch) River. This amazing river offers 12 km of rapid-fire white water (37 rapids rated Class 3, 4 & 4+) finishing right at our private and secluded river's edge resort. Far more than just world class whitewater rafting, our resort covers 25-acres of wilderness seclusion with 2 km of private river frontage. When you are not rafting, you can try your hand at rock rappelling and take a hike on one of our many nature trails. You can also stay around camp and have a soak in the hot-tub, enjoy some music around the campfire or maybe even treat yourself to a well deserved massage! When the day is done, sleep at the river's edge in one of our cabin tents, and enjoy the sound of the rushing river. Learn more>>>.
Acacia Grove RV Campground & Cabins
Acacia Grove R.V. Park & Cabins is part of the property once owned by Jessie Ann Smith who wrote, with her daughters, the book entitled "The Widow Smith of Spences Bridge". She calls this particular part of her land "Sunnyside" and notes the "lovely grove of acacia trees" that are "visited by swarms of hummingbirds" in the spring when they are blossoming. The park is set back from the highway and runs parallel but overlooking the river, affording a spectacular panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, the Thompson River where the Nicola River joins it, the old one-lane bridge and of course the trains. To compliment the acacias and green lawns, there is a small orchard as well as several other fruit trees planted all over the property. During summer and fall there are apples, apricots, plums, pears, and mulberries to pick and preserve. Read more>>>