Places to stay in Yale, British Columbia
We currently have 12 accommodations in and around Yale with other regional listings available for Bed & Breakfasts, Motor Inns, Hotels, Campsites and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Yale is an unincorporated though historically very important small town in British Columbia. It was founded in 1848 by the Hudson's Bay Company as Fort Yale by Ovid Allard, the appointed manager of the new post, who named it after his superior, James Murray Yale, then Chief Factor of the Columbia District. 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. Local dining options include Dogwood Valley Cafe.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the city. If you are travelling in the area, Yale is located close to Ruby Creek Indian Reserve 2, Bucktum Creek, Sasquatch Creek, Snowshoe Creek and Matthew Creek.
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Other local Yale information.
- Longitude: -121°21'28.8
- Latitude: 49°33'36
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