The Sasquatch Eco-Lodge boasts exquisite guest rooms in a beautiful bed and breakfast style home. It is surrounded by eighty seven aces property with a secluded waterfall, (which provides green energy for 10 months of the year), a creek, an eco-friendly salt water pool, nature trails, and a peaceful meditation labyrinth. The lodge features a library, living room with a fireplace, twenty-four seat dining hall, regulation size billiard table, large gourmet-style kitchen, and meeting rooms. It is a perfect place for your family, group event or business retreat.
Bordering the property are the Sts'ailes reserve lands, Nature Trust of BC conservation lands and the Chehalis River Hatchery. Nearby amenities include skiing, golfing, swimming and wildlife viewing opportunities.
In 2012, the Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge was presented with the Outstanding Accommodations Award, at the National Aboriginal Tourism Conference and is considered "an Aboriginal accommodation with outstanding customer service, facilities and amenities which enhance overall guest experience.” – Keith Henry, CEO, AtBC http://www.aboriginalbc.com/corporate/news
For more information, please visit the Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge website.
Telte Yet Campground
The Telte Yet Campground has breathtaking scenery. You will enjoy the beautiful cedar and maple trees, it`s park like setting alongside the mighty Fraser River and views of the majestic Fraser Valley mountains. The campground itself was historically home of the local Stó:lō First Nation people.
There are riverfront sites and double sites available. Your campground experience includes fire pits, flush toilets, showers, free sani-station, an ice station, laundry facilities, payphone, and, a covered BBQ area. There are pull through’s available. We have 24 hour security, fully fenced with a main gated entrance. Pets are welcome.
Locally made native crafts can be found at the Telte-Yet Campground Gift Shop in Hope at the Hope River General Store, between Hope and Yale.
- On the Trans-Canada Highway #1 and on the Fraser River in Hope.
- Address: 600 Water Avenue Hope BC Canada V0X 1L3
- Reservations Available. 10% Seniors discount.
- Full hookups $23.22
- No hookup $19.21
- Weekly hookups $118.25
- Weekly no hookups $102.13
- Weekly Tenting $86.00
Please note that rates are subject to change. For the latest fees, please call Telte Yet Campground at 604-869-9481 directly.
For more information, please visit the Telte Ye Campground website.
Sweltzer Creek Campground
Sweltzer Creek Campground is family oriented with plenty of room for your children to run and play. A brand new playground is located on the grassy area and is fenced in for your child’s safety. Campers may also play recreational games in this area. Ask our staff about the equipment available to our guests.
Throughout the camping season, the Sweltzer Creek Campground offers campers a unique opportunity to hands-on learning about local First Nations crafts and culture. Local artists will conduct workshops such as: Cedar roses, wristbands, headbands, wood carvings, stories, local history, salmon barbeques and traditional ceremonies.
The washrooms are brand new and clean, clean, clean! The showers are token-operated with electric hand dryers and wheelchair accessible.
Relax and rest in a calm and peaceful environment while you enjoy our day-picnicking areas, spacious sites beside the man-made lake, all built with the family in mind.
- Tent sites
- RV storage
- Fully-equipped washrooms
- Clean, hot showers
- Convenience store on location
- Gazebo for group events
- Riverside sites available
4746 Sleepy Hollow Road
Cultus Lake, B.C. V2R 4Y2
For reservations: 604-824-4023
- Nightly, full hookups $23.22 (Seniors [60+], $20.43)
- Nightly, no hookup $19.21 (Seniors, $18.38)
- Weekly, hookups $118.25 (Seniors, $100.00)
- Weekly, no hookups $102.13 (Seniors, $102.13)
- Weekly, tenting $86.00 (Seniors, $70.00)
Please note that rates are subject to change. For the latest fees, please call Swetlzer Creek Campground at 604-824-4023 directly. Updated April 9, 2013.
For more information, please visit the Sweltzer Creek Campground website.