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Come pan for gold off the beach from from the Fraser River.  This is a nugget found on the beach front of Big Foot B&B.   Panning supplies provided.

Trains in the Fraser Canyon are part of what makes the region so unique and leads to so much of the history of the area. They still play an integral role in transporting goods through our province and across the nation. Train whistles are employed at crossings and can be heard throughout the day and evening. Should you not grow accustomed to the whistles ear plugs are available.

There is a train crossing at our street and goes by approx. every hr. They do blow their horns and can be heard.  The train takes 3 min to go by.  

Come sit by the fire and watch the river flow by.  The sounds of the birds and wildlife will calm your soul.  You can see various wildlife across the river come down for a drink.  At night have a small fire and sit on the daybed surrounded by nature and the stars.  Soak in the calmness of the surroundings and leave feeling refreshed. 

Glamping at it Best!

Paradise on the Mighty Fraser River, Dogwood Valley, BC Canada surrounded by woodland gardens you will find a secluded cabin with 160 ft of water front view. A place to get back to nature. Sleep peacefully immersed in my handmade Canadian wool filled pillows and duvets for the best night's sleep. 

Opening for the season in March 2022

Cabin sleeps 2 adults

Composting toilet and outside shower

Propane firepit and wood fire pit (fires only when permitted during non fire bans)

Mini fridge, microwave, BBQ, cooking cooking utencils and dishes provided

 

$155 off season and peak  season $165 per night min. 2 nights stay - one time $40 cleaning fee

 

For booking accomodations contact

604-819-7336

Fresh farm free range chicken and duck eggs 

Freshly made artisan breads and jams

 

All for purchase 

Sit on the deck and enjoy a beverage while watching the wildlife accross the river.  At night enjoy the firepit (when permitted) and watch the river flow. 

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