Thuya Creek RV Resort is situated in the idyllic rural setting of Little Fort, just south of Clearwater and the famed Wells Gray Provincial Park in the North Thompson region of British Columbia. It is the perfect combination of rustic charm and urban comforts. The 11-acre creek-side setting provides easy access to some of the best fly fishing in BC with over 600 lakes nearby. In addition, its location is just a stone’s throw from some of the best skiing and golf courses BC has to offer. We offer spacious yearly sites, many with power, water, and sewer.
Little Fort is known as the Hub of the North Thompson, the small community of Little Fort in the North Thompson Valley is surrounded by farming (hay farms and cattle farms), forestry operations, fishing resorts, and guest ranches. Little Fort offers visitors and weary travellers a restaurant, a café and pub, hotel, campground, gas station, general store, craft store, and a fishing tackle shop.
Highway 24, also known as the “fishing highway” or “Interlakes Highway, follows the historic bridge trail, originally used by the Shuswap people as a trade route and later developed by the Hudson’s Bay Company in the early 1800s to bring furs down from Northern BC to Fort Kamloops and the Columbia River.
Fishing is legendary in this lake-dotted paradise, and resorts in the area cater to dedicated fishing people, boaters, and vacationers. The region is also a popular destination for biking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. Winter activities include snowmobiling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and ice-fishing.
Highway 24 also provides access to many good secondary roads, which extend north to Mahood Lake and Wells Gray Provincial Park and south to the Green-Bonaparte Lakes area.