The Fraser River Lodge
Explore The Lodge and everything around it!
Where do bison originate?
What is a bison's life expectency?
How long have you had your bison?
What is a red dog?
can you ride a bison?
Bison or Buffalo?
What Animals are Around you?
IS THere Really a Rainforest In BC?
Temperate vs. Tropical?
You're In Canada. Is it cold there?
Sasquatch Provincial Park
Fraser River & Tributaries
We operate with respect for this land that we are on, and for the people who have and do reside here. We strive to deepen our understanding of the local Indigenous communities and acknowledging that the land on which we gather is the traditional and unceded territory of the S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō). This section of the Fraser River is known by local indigenous peoples as "Sto:lo" in the Halgemeylem language of the area, and this term has been adopted to refer to all of the indigenous peoples of the Fraser Lowland, other than the Squamish and Musqueam. The indigenous peoples of the area have long made use of the river valley for agricultural and commercial exploits and continue to do so today.