Emory Creek Provincial Park

 

This pleasant, tranquil park is situated on the bank of Fraser River 18 km north of Hope. It offers spacious campsites set in a heavily wooded area and is adjacent to Canadian Pacific Railway mainline. The surrounding area is rich in history: the park is located next to the site of the former Emory City, which in 1858 was a busy gold-mining town. Fishing for salmon in Fraser River can also be enjoyed at this location. While there are no hiking trails available at this park, Hope area offers a number of good trails suitable for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. The popular Othello Tunnels trail, located at the nearby Coquihalla Canyon recreation area, leads to a dramatic gorge and through several disused railway tunnels - an early 20th century engineering wonder.

Facilities

Vehicle Accessible Camping - - - - - Campfires Flush Toilets Pit Toilets - Drinking Water - - - - - - Managed Site / Facility Operator

Activities

Fishing - - - - - - - Bicycling Mountain Biking - - - - - - - - - -

Rating

Campsite privacy
Fun for kids
Lots of shade
Peacefulness/Quietness
Activities

Number of campsites: 34, reservable: 0, nearest town: Yale (7 km), Hope (18 km)

Additional Information

Location

This park can be reached by driving 18 km north of Hope on Highway 1.

Contact Information

Yale First Nation
Phone: 604 863-2443

Camping Information

Fees

Vehicle Accessible Camping Fee: $19.00 per party / night.

BC Senior Rate (Labour Day to June 14 only): $9.50 per senior couple/night.

Persons with disabilities may camp for free with appropriate documents.

 

Operation Dates

Campground open dates: May – October. Campground dates with full fees and services: May – October.

Facilities

Vehicle Accessible Camping

Vehicle Accessible Camping

This park offers vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis. There are 34 sites, 3 of which are double sites. All sites are located in a forested area and are equipped with tent pads. There is no parking available for extra vehicles. The fee for the second car parked at the campsite is ½ of the campsite fee.

Campfires

Campfires

Campfires are permitted in the fire rings provided at each campsite. Firewood can be purchased in the park or you may bring your own wood. The fee for firewood is $5.00 per bundle.

Drinking Water

Drinking Water

Cold water taps are located in the campground. Taps are shut off during the off-season.

Activities

Fishing

Fishing

In season, fishing for salmon is possible in Fraser River.

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