Beaver Valley Family Park

Beaver Valley Family Park

Description

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, 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, volleyball and basketball courts 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.

Nearby communities:

Trail
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.

Fruitvale
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.

Contact Info

  • 1-250-367-9319
  • 2778 Marsh Creek Road, FRUITVALE, BC

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