British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
In the remote heartland of British Columbia’s wood lands, mountains and water ways is one of the longest tributaries to the Chilcotin River, Big Creek. The southern area of the Chilcotin is surrounded by several parks and rivers. Much of the Chilcotin is untouched and preserves one of Canada’s last wild populations of horses. The lodging and hectares of pristine wilderness surround a setting of serenity and silence where you can truly find you are one with nature. Whether you want to spend time outdoors camping, fishing or on a river raft you will enjoy the moments shared here.
Big Creek Accommodations
Big Creek Things to Do