“Handcrafted Furniture & Gifts" 14km south of Avola on HWY 5
The Blue River Campground is located in beautiful Blue River, British Columbia, Canada. We can be found on Highway #5, half way between Jasper and Kamloops. Our offerings include tipis, comfortable camping cabins with electricity, full/partially serviced RV sites, and tent sites. Canoes, carts, camping-gear and fishing-gear rentals are available for use at Murtle Lake, Wells Gray Provincial Park and other area lakes. With excellent fishing nearby, we also sell fishing-gear, and awesome hand-tied fishing-flies!
This is Blue River's oldest family run store...if you need groceries, liquor, a movie, book or a snack - these friendly folks will be happy to serve you! If you are interested in local conversation - you're sure to find someone ready to have a chat here.
For a filling, home-style meal grab a booth at the Blue River Husky and try their meatloaf, burgers or a thick slice of pie! Popular truck stop/diner, extensive menu, open 5am - 11pm, breakfast served all day.
Library Hours: Tues 1 - 5, Wed 10 – 2, Thurs 3 – 7, Sat 1 – 5, closed on Holidays
The Blue River Motel is located in a quiet, wooded landscaped setting in Blue River with 25 units. There are 1 and 2 bedroom suites each with a pull-out sofa, kitchen, phone, satellite TV, complimentary WiFi and bath. Laundry facilities are also available. Eleanor Lake is just a few minutes walk away where you can enjoy a swim or go canoeing.
Yes, this is the best place with the best sandwiches, hot food, and backed items on the highway.
Open 6am – 10pm, 7 days a week
Bone Creek Wilderness Retreat is located in the heart of the Cariboo and Monashee Mountains 20 kms north of Blue River, BC on 155 pristine acres. We offer a friendly personal down-home service in a rustic wilderness setting. Each private uniquely decorated cabin offers a fully equipped kitchen, comfortable beds, breakfast bar and large three piece bathroom. Also full service RV sites, tent sites, showers and sani-dump available. Lots of trails in BC's most inland rainforest and a 1/2 mile of Thompson River frontage with an average snowfall of twenty feet. Member of BC Fishing Resorts and Outfitters Association www.bcfroa.ca