Places to stay in Boston Bar, British Columbia

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Boston Bar is an unincorporated town in the Fraser Canyon of British Columbia. It was not named for an organization of Massachusetts lawyers but dates from the time of the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush . A "bar" is a gold-bearing sandbar or sandy riverbank, and the one below today's town was populated heavily by Americans, who were known in the parlance of the Chinook Jargon as "Boston men" or simply "Bostons". The original Nlaka'pamux name of Boston Bar was rendered in English-style spelling as Quayome, which appears commonly on frontier-era maps and in diaries and newspapers of the day. The name originally referred to the other side of the river from today's town, but came into use for the present site after the original was re-named North Bend by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Local restaurants include Old Towne Inne, Canyon Alpine Restaurant, and Fat Jack’s Homestyle Diner & Pub.

Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the town are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks, though there are a few nearby hotels. If you are travelling in the area, Boston Bar is located close to Puckat Creek, Fraser Valley Regional District, James Creek, Davidson Creek and Emory Creek Park.

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  • Longitude: -121°25'4.8
  • Latitude: 49°52'0.4800

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