Camping in the Fraser Valley is a popular past time, and no wonder! Fantastic scenery, hiking, swimming, boating, fishing and other recreation opportunities abound. Telte-yet Campsite in downtown Hope, BC is a worthwhile base for those recreation opportunities.
Telte-yet is uniquely situated between the mighty Fraser River and downtown Hope. You can camp along the Fraser River overlooking uninhabited islands and distant river bank, feeling like you are far out in nature. However, if you just walk a few meters East and across the Trans-Canada Highway (called Water Street in this location) you can quickly access all the amenities of downtown Hope. Grab a cone at DQ, enjoy a fabulous meal at 293 Wallace St Cafe, or head over to the Blue Moose for coffee and dessert. If Indian is your thing, try Sankoon for a nice sit down meal (or takeout if you prefer). There are also 3 sushi joints in Hope to pick from.
Telte-yet is a native operated campground on reserve, so it offers a chance to get in touch with British Columbia’s original inhabitants on their turf. The campground hosts occasional cultural events, so ask what is going on when planning your visit.
The campground offers a range of camping options from full service down to basic tenting sites. There is a hot shower, laundromat, and sani-dump right by the main office. The office stocks a good range of tourist brochures and maps.
Contact: 600 Water Street (Trans-Canada Hwy #1) 604-869-9481