Kilby Park is operated by the Fraser Heritage Society, a charitable, non-profit community-based group, which also operates the nearby museum.
Kilby Park is situated on the confluence of the Harrison and Fraser rivers in scenic Harrison Mills. It features a beautiful 35-site campground, a day-use area, sandy beaches, nature trails and a boat launch. The Park is at the west end of Kilby Road, within walking distance of the Historic Site.
The 2017 reservation system opens on Monday, April 3 until Tuesday, Oct 3. Every Monday and Tuesday from 10 am to 3 pm you can reserve a spot on the 11 “reservable sites”, except on statutory holidays and Easter Monday. We do not accept emailed reservations and will not be taking phone messages. There is a $6 reservation fee per night (up to a maximum of $18) For more information on reservations see the Reservation Policy The remainder of the campground operates on a first-come, first-served basis. For a map of the campground and the location of our Camp Host, click here: Map of Campground with Dimensions of Reservable Sites
The campground is open year round with off-season rates in effect during winter months and senior rates during shoulder seasons. For full details of camping rules click here: Welcome Sheet 2017
January 1 to February 28 ~ $15
March 1 to May 14 ~ $25 (seniors – 65 & over $20)
May 15 to Sept 30 ~ $30
October 1 to 31 ~ $25 (seniors – 65 & over $20)
November 1 to February 28, 2018 ~ $15
Boat Launch $10
Day Use Picnicking in the Campground-shoulder season only-$10
Reservation desk open April 3rd to October 3rd, 2017
Basic facilities include pit toilets, picnic tables, fire pits, and potable water. Some sites are amid the trees and others are in open areas near the beach. There is a maximum four adults, one vehicle and one RV per site. One additional vehicle is $10.
To register, obtain a blank registry from the dispenser at the entrance to the campground. Select an available campsite, indicated by being unoccupied and lacking a campground permit attached to the site marker post. A site is considered occupied if it is paid for. When in doubt, check with the Attendant. Complete the registration form and campground permit. Site number and vehicle license must be included. Attach the campground permit to the camp site marker post at the entrance to your site. Place the completed registration form and payment (cash only) in the provided envelope and deposit in the collection box located at the kiosk at the entrance to the campground.
Payment may be made by cash or credit card with your campground attendant on Square! (Which includes VISA, Master Card, or American Express) or with debit card at the Kilby Gift Shop, located at the Kilby Historic Site, during business hours.
- Please note: This park is cooperatively managed by the Fraser Heritage Society, a charitable, non-profit society, and the District of Kent, on behalf of the province of BC. Services and facilities may differ from those offered in other BC provincial parks.