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Old 04-17-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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If anyone plans on coming to Canada for a holiday this place is highly recommended ,
Bridal Falls Camperland RV Resort is situated at the base of Mt. Cheam in the beautiful Fraser Valley between Chilliwack and Hope. Bridal Veil Falls is adjacent to the park, only a leisurely hike from the back of the campground.

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  • 281 full and partial hook up RV sites (including numerous pull-thrus)
  • 30 and 50 amp electrical
  • Tenting/dry camping sites are available
  • Non-RV accomodations are available next door at the Bridal Falls Motel
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Bridal Falls Camperland RV Resort is open from March 27th until October 31. Reservations are required during high season and can be made by calling the registration office at 604-794-7361
Bridal Falls Camperland RV Resort | Holiday Trails RV Resorts
5 minutes away is Minter Gardens and is a must see
Also within minutes there is Golfing and Harrison Hotsprings
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Now that is beauty. Keith is some good old Canadian fishing included in this trip?

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Now that is beauty. Keith is some good old Canadian fishing included in this trip?

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Whenever you want to come fishing Sean let me know and that can be arranged!
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turgeon Fishing in British Columbia with Cascade Fishing A
dventures is an experience you soon won't forget. Enjoy the very best in guided sturgeonfishing and salmon fishing on the Fraser river, located in the heart of the beautiful scenic Fraser Valley of British Columbia. With an abundance of fish species and fishing opportunities, you may want to extend your adventure! Try British Columbia
Salmon Fishing for the largest of the pacific salmon, the Chinook, which is also known as a Spring, King, or Tyee. Cast or fly fish for our fall run of Coho salmon, or experience the excitement and challenge of steelhead fishing on the Fraser river and its tributaries. Whatever your choice, our team of Government licensed fishing guides are ready to show you what fishing in British Columbia is all about.
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Keith you're tempting me to Canada. I'm not much of a fisher, but that is Cool! Which one is you?
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Thanks for sharing those great pictures. Awesome! I do miss all the evergreens, mostly during the summer months of course.

I really enjoyed Sturgeon fishing on the Columbia River in Astoria, OR years ago. What a charge it is to real those bad boys in. It's an all day adventure and you best be wearing a pole holster or you'll be real sore. We were never allowed keep any that large, talk about a load of smoked Sturgeon, delish!
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