Tuckkwiowhum Campground is located in Fraser Valley of British Columbia province. On the street of Tuckkwiowhum Road and street number is 48500. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (604) 867-9089. You can get more information from their website.
Campground, Lodging, Park, Point of interest, Establishment, (Edit)
48500 Tuckkwiowhum Rd, Boston Bar, BC V0K 1C0, Canada
|Hours (Report Incorrect Data)|
|Monday:||7:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||7:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||7:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday:||7:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Friday:||7:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Saturday:||7:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Sunday:||7:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
The campsite feels exclusive with the gated entrance to the campgrounds on the first nations land. Firewood is free to stop by and pick up for use. There are trains on both sides that adds to the charm of the place. There is a river to get to at the bottom and we saw an osprey with fish freshly caught! Great place.
I stayed here for a few nights with a small group when we were doing research in the area. It is an absolutely beautiful campsite and very worth visiting (especially if you're a fan of rivers)! The sites are extremely well maintained and they had the cleanest campground bathroom I have ever been in.
Susan, the campground manager, was so kinda and accommodating! Not only was she great at her job, but she was also a joy to be around. I would 100% recommend staying here if you are ever in the area. I know I will for sure be coming back in the future.
It's a wonderful campground to say the least. Our family experience in this campground in June 2021 was awesome. From the location of the site itself (as it is situated in the Fraser River Canyon) to the services (clean washrooms and well-maintained sites), everything was great. But it is the campground manager, Susan, who deserves a lot of credit. She makes this site homey and hospitable. She is a very approachable, passionate, welcoming, and generous person.
On top of having a wonderful natural experience of spending the night in an area surrounded by thick forests and wilderness, this campground also offers a cultural experience. As there is Tuckkwiowhum Village First Nations Heritage Site adjacent to the campground, we (including our 7-year old) had a wonderful time exploring and learning about the culture and the people who have been settling in these areas since time immemorial. The cultural display in the Heritage Site was a deep dive into the history and earlier living practices of the First Nations. If you are somebody who is interested in peoples, cultures and histories, the Heritage Site is a must-visit one.
If you stay here and have time to explore the area, there are a couple of historical attractions—Hell’s Gate and Alexandra Bridge—in a 10-minute drive. And do not forget to walk down to the Anderson Creek just at the end of the campsite to see trains moving through the trestle bridge above your head. It’s quite an experience!
I highly RECOMMEND this campground.