4 RV Parks near Boston Bar, British Columbia
Aug 2008 - $16.00
Secluded, with some sites right on the Fraser. Well kept with clean showers. Beautiful country in the Fraser Canyon. WARNING: Trains on both side of the camp. VERY noisy all night. (We were told they are less trains on week-ends). Close to Hells Gate Tram. Even with the noise, we would camp again there as the scenery is simply beautiful. Nothing else close by. Make sure you have all what you need on that road, including gas. - jboyer
May 2017 - $28.00
This is an older park that needs some maintenance. The new owners are trying, but there's a lot more to do. The sites are tiered up a gradual hill with lots of tall old growth trees. We didn't have satellite because of the trees. This is not a destination campground, but a good stop for a night on the way. There were gravel roads, dirt sites, fire ring and table. - Hands For Him
Sep 2016 - $30.00
The new owners have been there for only 30 days- really a super place, Sites are tiered and all amenities worked well, WIFI, Cable provided 51 channels, They plan to upgrade everything so will be even better. There is an excellent restaurant with home cooking and in walking distance. We would definitely look forward to staying here again. - Xenamax
Jul 2016 - $29.00
From the road this place does not look like much, sandwiched between a 60's motel and some sort of roadside attraction now long out of business. But when you drive through the gates you find an immaculately clean gem of an rv park. This is not a destination park,but is perfect for a one or two night stay on your way to someplace else. Friendly, helpful hosts. Spacious sites. Quiet atmophere. I would stay here again if given the opportunity. - mrhddh
May 2016 - $45.00
We have driven by here many times and always wondered about this place. I am really happy that we decided to stay this time. Well laid out, roomy sites, the entire campground was very clean and super friendly staff. Will definitely stay here again. - dabat
Aug 2011 - $25.00
This must be a fairly new park. It is laid out well with extra long gravel spaces which are fairly level. There are wooden panels between spots giving you privacy. Each space has a picnic table and fire ring. This is a woodsy setting and very nice. I gave it a lower rating as it is very noisy as our spot was 200 feet off highway 97 which has lots of traffic and there are 2 rail lines operating 24/7 that run at least every half hour. If it was quieter I would have rated it a 10. The noise is extremely high. - rolling homeless
Aug 2015 - $40.00
Very cool, rustic campground. Very acommodating host (met us at 9:30pm in the pouring rain and helped us get set up!).
Great for families, lots of animals and the creek running no more than 20m from the campsite. Good electrical and water hook up.
Also really good to see a street hockey / basketball court and a good children's play area!
Loved our stay here, will return for sure! - Pete10K
Jun 2015 - $30.00
This was our second time here. Will preface comments with a warning to all dog owners. Beware of Rusty the feral border collie. This dog and its counterpart chase and kill coyotes around the ranch. For no apparent reason, Rusty attacked our 50 lb. standard schnauzer. He had him by the throat and there is no doubt in my mind his intent was to kill. I was able to separate the dogs, incurring several bites. If it had been a smaller dog, he would have died. It put a pall on the rest of our stay and we left a day early.
This is a beautiful rustic setting for an rv park. There are currently about 6 sites, but plans are for more. Wonderful walking trails and the opportunity to view a working ranch. Dog control will have to improve. - flugelboneman
Sep 2014 - $30.00
Iooking for something different? Black Diamond ranch is unlike your run of the mill RV park. If you like quaint and charming, hoses, pigs, chickens and llamas, you have come to the right place. You will not be expected to keep your dog tethered, but if he harasses the livestock he will be taken to task by the resident border collies. You are greeted by the charming owner. Coldwater creek runs by your window. Numerous trails abound. You are invited to tour the ranch and befriend the residents. Good 30 amp power and water, but come in with empty tanks. We loved it and will be back. Don't be put off by the "rustic" entrance. - flugelboneman