Campground: Beaverview RV Park
Fortunately the rain stopped, a good omen for Sally and Mike’s drive home. We followed them for a few miles but we turned off and they went straight south. We are so sad!
We followed the Fraser River to McBride and, of course, at one rest stop the boys had to fish.
McBride BC is a delightful little town located in the Robson Valley by the Fraser River. It was established in 1913 as a divisional point on the railroad and the train station is a central point of the McBride landscape. It’s very flat in the town. As part of the town’s charm, they paint the fire hydrants.
The park is just a very large field. We walked around town then hiked along Beaver Creek on the Beaver Falls Trail. There is a very nice dry camping area along the creek. Wish we could have stayed here longer.