Cabins near Hope

Nature envelops campers in the temperate rainforests of Hope, British Columbia.

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Forager Hill Farm on Hayward Lake

3 sites · Lodging5 acres · Mission, BC
Our 5 acre forested farm backs onto Hayward Lake and has the Stave River at the front of the property. Our farm has ducks, chickens, rabbits, and a collection of cats. There are wild berry bushes throughout the property and the surrounding forest. Lake access is private (people could hike in or canoe up, but normally we have it to ourselves) and the lake itself is a great spot for wildlife watching (beavers, deer, bats, fish, bears, owls, eagles, osprey etc.). The Stave River in the front of the property offers a more sunny spot for swimming and fishing. The Hayward Reservoir Trail circumnavigates the whole lake and the trail entrance is a 5 minute walk from the cabin. The cabin site includes a picnic table and outhouse. We provide fresh spring water and campfire wood can be supplied ($10 a bundle). The cabin is insulated and can be heated with the wood stove so it is suitable for use all year.
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Tiny House Near Fraser Canyon

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Merritt, BC
This little labour of love was built in 2018. In the heart of the Fraser Canyon and close to attractions such as Hell’s Gate Airtram, white water rafting, Naatalatch Provincial Park, with many local trails and gorgeous mountain views. Check us out on IG TinyHouseBostonBar.Learn more about this land:Small tiny house with upper loft and a skylight that sleeps 2 in the heart of the beautiful Fraser Canyon!The tiny house has a large deck, shower, fridge (small freezer), 2 burner cooktops, air conditioning, wifi, and 55 channels of cable TV. The Fraser Canyon is an impressive natural wonder, a deep chasm cut by the Fraser River millions of years ago. Discover its rugged scenery marked by towering mountains, rushing rivers and creeks, bottomless lakes, and breathtaking wilderness as you wind your way through tunnels carved out of solid rock. Lace up for exhilarating hikes with views for days as you chase thundering waterfalls and catch glimpses of the abundant wildlife inhabiting the region.The local pub is only a 3-minute walk away, restaurant and burger bar. Hells Gate air tram is a 10-minute drive away. Naatalatch provincial park with 3 emerald lakes is 39 kilometres away.Pets are welcome!
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Bigfoot Hideaway on the Fraser

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Fraser Valley B, BC
Paradise on the Mighty Fraser River surrounded by woodland gardens you will find a secluded heated cabin with 160 ft of the waterfront view. A place to get back to nature. Sit on the deck and watch the river flow as you sip locally made coffee or taste the local breweries' craft beer. Catch a glimpse of the wildlife, bear, dear, eagles and otters across the river. Bring your binoculars. Sit on the deck and enjoy the propane fire pit and watch the river flow by. enjoy the peacefulness of the woods and wake up to the birds singing around you. This is Glamping at its finest! The cabin is located in Hope, BC. Hope is well-known as the gateway to British Columbia's interior and to the Lower Mainland part of the Fraser Valley. Between the Coast Mountain Range and the Cascade Mountain Range, this hub of southern BC highways makes Hope a readily accessible destination from which to explore some of the most beautiful and dramatic BC wilderness. We also offer an on site massage therapist for booking.
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Riverside Tiny A-frame

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Slesse Park, BC
Enjoy the sound of the rushing river when you stay in our Tiny riverside A-frame cabin. Located in the Chilliwack River Valley, you are surrounded by the soaring mountains, beautiful rushing river and enchantment of the lush rainforest. Spend some time fishing, hiking, mountain biking, rafting and so much more all just minutes from the cabin.Learn more about this land:Our Tiny A-frame is located on our property where we live full-time. You will have to pass through our back yard to get to the cabin however, we are located on a hill/mountain side so the cabin is quite a bit lower, thus you have your own separate area to retreat to.Please note that, at this time the cabin only offers a urine diverting composting style toilet and no shower. There is a sink inside the cabin with a cold running tap using RV style plumbing. You may use the kettle provided to fill the sink for doing dishes or freshening up. This is very much a glamping style accommodation.There is a space heater and heated blankets stocked in the cabin however, it is still recommended to bring warm clothes to keep you extra cozy during the colder months. Being in the Valley most people do lose their cell service heading our way, so keep that in mind when booking. However, we do offer WiFi to all of our guest.
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Cabins near Hope guide

Overview

Northeast of Vancouver, Hope, BC is a stunning city made all the more impressive by its endless outdoor attractions and Indigenous culture on display. Settled at the confluence of the Fraser and Coquihalla rivers, the town is a launch pad for locals and visitors alike to experience all the rugged natural beauty British Columbia, Canada has to offer. After a day filled with canoeing, hiking, biking, camping, and more, campers will also be close to accommodations like RV sites, cabin rentals, and rustic creekside campgrounds near Hope.

Where to go

Sasquatch Provincial Park

Sasquatch Provincial Park is a beloved region known for its collection of small lakes, stunning second-growth birch forests, extensive biodiversity, and of course, stunning views of BC’s imposing mountain ranges. Spanning more than 1,200 hectares, Sasquatch Park has something for everyone—boat across the lakes (or take advantage of paddleboard rentals in town), enjoy a day of tranquil fishing, or choose from three light, on-site hikes. Afterwards, enjoy an evening at a riverside campground or glamping spot—ideally, complete with a hot tub.

Mount Outram

For campers in search of a more challenging hike, Mt. Outram is the go-to spot. Featuring over 18 kilometres of trails to explore, this rugged hike displays BC’s natural beauty. Find the way through uphill switchback climbs through the pine, cedar, and fir trees until finally breaking into the subalpine region. From here, technical skills are required to handle the final scramble, navigating boulders and scree to finally reach the unbelievable vista at the summit. After a tough hike well done, relax at a creek campground, recreation site with full hookups and firepits, or a quiet RV park.

Silver Lake Provincial Park

If undeveloped, wild nature is the draw to BC, then Silver Lake Provincial Park tops the list of must-see locations. At 77 hectares, these lakefront lands are home to countless species of plants and animals (including black bears, so proceed with caution), as well as breathtaking views of nearby mountain ranges. Silver Lake Park is a great spot for a boat cruise, canoeing trip, or for a short hike and a picnic to take in the beautiful Skagit Valley.

When to go

Camping season in Hope, BC is best enjoyed in late spring, summer, and early fall. Since Hope is located in a temperate rainforest, other times of year tend to be very rainy (on average 20 cm of rain per month in the winter), with many parks and attractions closing for the off-season. Large crowds aren’t really a concern in warmer months, however, there are natural hazards active in the season (such as black bears and ticks).

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