Camping at Tamihi Creek in Chilliwack

Camping at Tamihi Creek in Chilliwack recreation site has 108 Campsites and you can go to the site with a Motor-home! Enjoy marvelous Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Kayaking, Trail Bike Riding – Motorized.

Fees:$13.00 Camping

Amenities:Tables, Toilets

Free Camping

Tamihi Creek, Chilliwack, Chilliwack River Valley

Site Description:Camping at Tamihi Creek in Chilliwack recreation site borders the Chilliwack River and Tamihi Creek. It is suitable for trailer use. This site has entrance to the Trans-Canada Trail and ATV trails. Marvelous fishing and hiking areas can be found in and around the site. Tamihi Creek recreation site allows a limited number campsites for reservation, however most sites are on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations start on May 1st and will not be taken further than 1 month in advance. Reservations can be made by contacting the agreement holder Monday-Wednesday 6-9 pm at (604) 824-2883. This site allow only CASH and has on-site supervision. All visitors are required to exit the site by 10:30 pm, unless otherwise posted. Gates are locked at 11:00 pm and will remain closed until 7:00 am.

Driving Directions:Follow BC-1 E from Vancouver and take exit 119A onto Vedder Road now turn left at Chilliwack Lake Road and drive 12 km.

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  1. Looking for 2 campsites for this weekend June 16th near the river and side by side. Please respond to my email address of my cell 604 2302348 thanks Garrett

  2. I was wondering if there are any spots for a tent trailer or even just a single tent for this long weekend? please get back to me!

  3. 9th Annual DSBC Spring Newbie Ride & Social
    Link back to DSBC site
    http://www.dualsportbc.com/forums/showthread.php?13056-2014-Spring-Newbie-Ride-Information

    When: Sunday March 23th, 2014

    Where: Chilliwack, British Columbia (only one hour East of Vancouver): Tamihi East Campground and Day Use Shelter just off Chilliwack Lake Road. (Corner of Chilliwack Lake Road and Tamihi Liumchen FSR)

    Cost: FREE (but we ask riders to have a 2014 BCORMA TrailPass)

    Time: 8:30am meet for breakfast and Free Coffee at Tamihi Day Use Shelter 10 am ‘Last Rider Out’

    Sound like fun? Planning on attending, follow this link and let us know you are coming
    DSBC ATTENDANCE POLE
    http://www.dualsportbc.com/forums/showthread.php?13057-Attending-the-spring-newbie-ride

    This popular ‘first organized dual-sport event of the season in Canada’ should host more than 100 riders. We hope you’ve kept your calendar clear.

    Skill Level: There is something for everyone. The main (EZ) route is on logging, jeep and ATV roads + asphalt. There will be puddles, wet leaves & rocks and likely some mud. With experienced riders lending a hand it will be easy enough for any rider on any bike. The HARD route will be suitable for 650cc and under Dual Sports, there will be some new trails with many challenges.

    RAIN or SHINE !

    This event is popular and has been a huge success each of the past eight years. More than an event for ‘new’ riders, this has proven to be a great start-of-season for many of us. Don’t be shy…

    FREE Coffee

    Hot breakfast & bbq lunch will again be prepared by our friend Donna from the GREATER VANCOUVER MOTORCYCLE CLUB. Up at the crack of dawn so that we can enjoy our caffeine, protein & carbs for a nominal charge. After the ride enjoy a BBQ lunch, and maybe talk with Donna about their club & the rides they have planned this year.

    2014 BCORMA TrailPasses will be available for sale on-site (60.00 bring exact change if you can) remember the Trail Pass gets you in the Fall Newbie Ride and discounts on other BCORMA club events as well as a voice in this province while supporting DSBC & local trails. http://www.bcorma.ca

    This event comes together as a result of the financial support of many lower mainland businesses. Many will be on site & riding the event – please take every opportunity to meet them & check out their offerings.

  4. Hi there, can anyone tell me if tamihi creek is good for fishing? OR should i camp here and go off during the day to the chilliwack river, thanks!

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