WELCOME TO FRASER COVE CAMPGROUND
Fraser Cove Campground and Guest Cabin is located just off Hwy 99 in Lillooet BC. We are beside the historic suspension bridge, built in 1913, which is now open to pedestrians and cyclists. The mountain and river scenery are spectacular! We are a small, private, quiet campground on a unique riverfront setting, with opportunities to tent right on the beach!
Try your luck Sturgeon fishing or just enjoy the incredible scenery from our sandy beach. From your site you can view local First Nation people fish for salmon. You are also likely to see Canada Geese or our local Osprey family. You may even spot a large white sturgeon all while enjoying the sound of the roaring mighty Fraser River.
Our charming cabin has everything to make your stay relaxing and stress free.
You can walk over the bridge to get the mall which is only 2 km away. There are stores including a liquor store a large grocery store or take a short walk to enjoy lunch or wine tasting (only 1.5 Kilometers South) at the Fort Berens Estate Winery.
• SITE # 1 - Fits an 10 x 10 Tent $25
• SITE # 2 - Fits an 8 x 8 Tent $25
• SITE # 3 - Fits an 8 x 8 Tent $25
• SITE # 4 - Fits an 8 x 8 Tent $25
• SITE # 5 - Fits an 10 x 10 $25
FULL HOOKUP SITES - Open from April 20 - October 10
* Children 12 and under stay free
* Based on double occupancy
* $5 per additional guests
15 Amp Sites 5, 6, 7, 11, 12,13 $40
Not Suitable for Air Conditioners
30 Amp Sites 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 18 power, water $45
Beach Tenting Sites (please do not park in RV spots) $25
SERVICES & AMENITIES
• Free Wi-Fi
• Shower House
• Pets are welcome - Please pick up after your pets.
Doggy Poop Bag dispensers are provided and located at the kiosk and office
• Sturgeon Fishing Rod Rentals (Fishing Licenses required and not sold onsite) - see Peter
• Wood $10.00 (located next to the office)
• . Ice $3.00 (located next to the office)
MAXIMUM VEHICLE SIZE
Trailers + 5th Wheels up to 30' - Motorhomes up to 36'
* Email us to reserve your site ahead of time
Grab our "Lillooet and Area Visitor's Guide" located in the Kiosk in front of the office
for a list of many activities and adventures to enjoy while visiting!
Nightly 2 Bedroom Rental $180
• By reservation
• Guest cabin max 4 people
• Rates are nightly
• Minimum 2 night stay
• Tax included
Fraser Cove Guest Cabin
is available for rent all year!
Fraser Cove's Riverfront Cabin open for rent all year round! Our cabin is a quiet place to relax. From the open Kitchen / Living room you have a beautiful view of the mountains and river, or you can relax on the covered deck. The Fraser River is only a stones throw away, offering a sandy beach, great fishing holes, unique rock formations and incredible scenery.
The cabin is fully furnished with a queen size bed and a 2nd bedroom with a double and single bed, satellite TV, wireless Internet, private bathroom, kitchen, laundry, RV parking with full hook up and much more!
WORLD CLASS STURGEON FISHING
All sturgeon are caught and released from our beach at Fraser Cove Campground.
Over 180 Fish landed on the Fraser Cove’s Private Beach in 2018!
Fishing License required and can be obtained at Winners Edge or Online
We rent top quality rods and reels with deposit.
Fishing License and Gear not sold on site - ask Peter for more details.
FUN FACTS ABOUT STURGEONS
Sturgeons are one of the oldest families of bony fish in existence! They are native to subtropical, temperate and sub-Arctic rivers, lakes and coastlines of Eurasia and North America.
They are distinctive for their elongated bodies, lack of scales, and occasional great size: Sturgeons ranging from 7–12 feet (2–3½ meters) in length are common, and some species grow up to 18 feet (5.5 m). Most sturgeons are androgynous bottom-feeders, spawning upstream and feeding in river deltas and estuaries. While some are entirely freshwater, very few venture into the open ocean beyond near coastal areas.
Several species of sturgeons are harvested for their roe, which is made into caviar—a luxury good which makes some sturgeons pound for pound the most valuable of all harvested fish. Because they are slow-growing and mature very late in life, they are particularly vulnerable to exploitation and to other threats, including pollution and habitat fragmentation.