Acacia Grove RV Park & Cabins
Acacia Grove RV Park & Cabins is a campground located in Spences Bridge.
Acacia Grove R.V. Park & Cabins is part of the property once owned by Jessie Ann Smith who wrote, with her daughters, the book entitled The Widow Smith of Spences Bridge. She calls this particular part of her land Sunnyside and notes the lovely grove of acacia trees that are visited by swarms of hummingbirds in the spring when they are blossoming.
The park is set back from the highway and runs parallel but overlooking the river, affording a spectacular panoramic view of the surrounding mountains, the Thompson River where the Nicola River joins it, the old one-lane bridge and of course the trains. To compliment the acacias and green lawns, there is a small orchard as well as several other fruit trees planted all over the property. During summer and fall there are apples, apricots, plums, pears, and mulberries to pick and preserve.
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Places to eat within 5km of Acacia Grove RV Park & Cabins include The Packing House.
Reviews for Acacia Grove RV Park & Cabins, Spences Bridge
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Mon 30 May 2005
In 2005, I spent two nights in one of the cabins, but I've stayed here several times over many years - especially between 1971 and 1995 when I was visiting from Australia. In this hot country, the lawn (with its sprinklers!) under the lovely, shady acacia trees, is a veritable oasis. The camp-ground, too, over the wonderful Thompson River, is ideal!
(Now that I live in B.C., I always return, occasionally dividing my visits between Acacia Court and the old, historical Hotel where I first stayed in 1949.) Hope to return in August, 2006!
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