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Acacia Grove R.V. Park & Cabins

3814 Riverview Avenue E
Spences Bridge, B.C.
V0K 2L0

PH: 250-458-2227

35 sites, riverside, landscaped sites; some pull-thru, full hookups, High Desert.Cabins with kitchens. World famous Thompson River Steelhead Fishing (Oct) Laundry, showers, washroom, clubhouse, phones, store, firepit. Wildlife, Fishing, horsehoes, trainspotting, hiking, gold panning, rafting, mountain sheep. Swimming, biking, rock climbing.

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Baits Motel

3717 Riverview Avenue
Spences Bridge, B.C.
V0K 2L0

PH: 250-458-2223

Rooms are on ground level. Motel is close to restaurants and walking distance to the Log Cabin Pub.

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Hilltop Gardens

6500 Trans Canada Hwy
Spences Bridge, B.C.
V0K 2L0

PH: 250-458-2288

Family owned and operated fruit and vegetable farm serving this area for 60+ years!! Fresh locally grown produce right from the yard. RV campground. Located on a heritage site, the former home of James Teit.

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The Inn at Spences Bridge

3649 Hwy 8
Spences Bridge, B.C.
V0K 2L0

PH: 1-877-354-1997

Built in the 1860’s, The Inn at Spences Bridge offers 12 uniquely decorated guest rooms. All rooms are one of a kind and decorated to enhance the quality of your stay. Many have private baths, spectacular views of the river, the valley and the railways, and two have private balconies. Rates include a continental breakfast featuring our homemade muffins and seasonal fruit. Our dining room can be available for on-site catered meals for private groups who wish to rent the whole hotel for intimate weddings, reunions, celebrations or retreats.

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