YURT1🏕Glamping Getaway⛰WiFi+Elec+BBQ+River+Views


Yurt hosted by Asad

5 guests, 3 beds, 1.5 baths
Entire home
You’ll have the yurt to yourself.
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Pets allowed
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We are in the Fraser Health Region.

Nestled in the historic area of Spuzzum, 30 mins from Hope, our site provides a window into BC's natural beauty where you can camp in the great outdoors while having the comforts of staying in a real home.

If Yurt 1 isn't available for your dates, try Yurt 2.

Each yurt sleeps 5 and comes with a fire pit, BBQ, access to pristine running creek, patio set, electricity, lighting and WiFI. Discover wildlife, spectacular views and loads of tourism activities.

The space
Camping might not be for everyone but its definitely a must try and a truly revitalizing experience. Glamp Spuzzum provides you with additional comfort with beds, power, lighting, washrooms and WiFI so while you're in the wilderness, there is still some semblance of home.

We provide you a 400 sq ft carpeted yurt surrounded by towering coastal trees to serve as your gateway to exploring the property or as your base to fascinating sights along the TransCanada Highway.

In the morning, zip your yurt right open to welcome a peaceful day of relaxation. Explore the property, including an amazing viewpoint overlooking Spuzzum creek right under a bridge. Take a trail down to the private Spuzzum creek and swim in pristine running water. Or hike down to see the Fraser River in all of its glory. You might come across a family of deer or two or catch some bald eagles soaring.

You're also welcome to walk through the community garden which some of the residents on the property tend to. Gathering around the fire pit is also a great way to stay warm and lounge with family and friends. Be sure to end off the night with some stargazing and make sure you no one forgets the marshmallows!

There is a separate building for washrooms next to the yurts. Washrooms flush and have lighting. Solar lights are installed around the area to navigate. A shower with hot water is now available. BBQs are available for use. Bring your own firewood or purchase a stack of ours.

Your yurt has both lighting and power. It also fully zips up to give you privacy and an indoor experience. Cell phone reception is available throughout the property.

Yurts can sleep 5 on beds but can accommodate more in sleeping bags if you have additional guests in your group. Located in the historic area of the Western Canadian Gold Rush, nightly trains travel under the stars so we recommend ear plugs for light sleepers!

This is a new endeavour for our family and we are striving to add amenities and features as quickly as possible to make your stay even more comfortable. We're currently working on improving the roads, adding foosball, table tennis and other touch ups!

Please do get in touch with any questions!

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom area
1 queen bed, 1 double bed, 1 small double bed
Common space
1 queen bed, 1 double bed, 1 small double bed

What this place offers

River view
Valley view
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Patio or balcony
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Where you’ll be

Yale, British Columbia, Canada

The rich social history of this ancient settlement on a low flat place in the Fraser River begins with Simon Fraser's visit of 1808 and its use as a North West Company depot.

Spuzzum also served as a site of refuge during the Fraser Canyon War when 3,000 miners from farther up the Canyon gathered for safety at Spuzzum. Known as "the Rancherie" at the time, its indigenous people were "friendly" and neutral in the conflict. The incident occurred during the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush, which brought many white settlers to the Fraser Canyon area.

Glamp Spuzzum also neighbours the historic Yale town which was founded by in 1848 by the Hudson's Bay Company.Yale was reputed to be the largest city west of Chicago and north of San Francisco.

The Yale area is a main destination for Fraser River rafting expedition companies.

The railway was built in the 1880s down the main street of what had been the waterfront town. The Yale Museum is located on old Front Street, adjacent to the tracks. Next to it is the Anglican Church of St. John the Divine, among the oldest in British Columbia.

The town has a spectacular natural landscape. Every summer, a historical re-enactment group visits Yale to celebrate the Royal Engineers, who had served under Richard Clement Moody during McGowan's War.

Yale has been featured on the historical television series Gold Trails and Ghost Towns, season 1, episode 7.

Less than 20 minutes of a drive through the scenic Fraser Canyon with its 7 mountain tunnels brings you to a site where 750 million litres of water travels through a 33 metre wide passage every minute. This is Hell’s Gate, so named after Simon Fraser’s comments during his search for a better fur trade route. Hell’s Gate is poised on the Gold Rush Trail, and it contains one of the only descending gondolas in North America. These aerial trams that cover a 1000 ft descent give you a bird’s eye view of one of the most treacherous passages on the Fraser River.

There are over 9 different amenities and sites to visit and experience ranging from gold panning to gift shops.

Hosted by Asad

  1. Joined in November 2018
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During your stay

I'm always around via phone/text or email to answer your questions or assist! Our caretaker, Greg lives on the property and can help orient you or assist you in person.
We'll send you a guide with important reference information to help you plan your trip!
I'm always around via phone/text or email to answer your questions or assist! Our caretaker, Greg lives on the property and can help orient you or assist you in person.
  • Response rate: 90%
  • Response time: within an hour
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 p.m.
Checkout: 11:00 a.m.
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
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