Beaver Valley Family Park and Marsh Creek Campground offers tenting, RV treed sites and picnic spots. Located 3 km (2 mi) east of Fruitvale, off of Highway 3B.
It’s a great place to hold your family or group picnic, reunions and social gatherings. There is a variety of activities available.
The property includes a kitchen area, horseshoe pits, bocce field, 18 hole disc golf course, pickle ball court, barbecue pit, playground for children and fishing in nearby Marsh Creek. Hiking is also nearby, there’s a field large enough for football or soccer games and a 40’x40′ cement pad great for dancing.
Amenities include full hook-ups, showers, flush toilets and cell phone service.
Open May long weekend to September Labour Day weekend. Small pets are welcome. Wheelchair accessible.
Rates: $15 no hook-ups; $20 for power & water.
The close-knit community of Trail is flanked by the Monahsee Mountains to the west and the Selkirk Mountains to the east. A visit to Trail should certainly include a tour of the Trail Museum, the Sports Hall of Memories and the Teck Trail Operations Interpretive Centre – the huge smelter complex at the heart of this small city has been in operation for more than a century. For great views, live music, picnic sites and a fine beach to cool off, head to Gyro Park after your day of exploring.
Located east of the city of Trail, Fruitvale was originally named Beaver Siding in 1893 as a railway stop for the Nelson and Fort Sheppard Railway. In 1906, Fruitvale Limited purchased a great deal of land on both sides of this stop and changed the name to Fruitvale in a bid to attract settlement in the area. Today, Fruitvale is a full-service community with retail, grocery, and many services in their pleasant downtown centre. They also offer several parks and sports fields.