Come camping in Yale / British Columbia
Yale in British Columbia / Canada
Yale is historically very important small town in British Columbia, Canada. In its heyday at the peak of the gold rush, it was reputed to be the largest city west of Chicago and north of San Francisco. It also earned epithets such as "the wickedest little settlement in British Columbia" and "a veritable Sodom and Gomorrah" of vice and violence and lawlessness.
Yale is on the banks of the Fraser River and is generally considered to be on the dividing line between the Coast and the Interior of BC. Immediately north the Fraser Canyon begins, and the river is generally considered unnavigable past this point.
Good to See!
The Yale Museum and Historic Site is located on old Front Street, adjacent to the tracks, and next to it is the Anglican Church of St. John the Divine, among the oldest in British Columbia. Fraser River Raft Expeditions, a gas station, the Fort Yale Motel and Barry's Trading Post are the public service businesses in town. Hell's Gate Airtram is 20 minutes up the highway as is the famous Elvis Rocks the Canyon theme restaurant, both with breathtaking views of the rugged Fraser Canyon.
Text kindly provided by: Historic Yale
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