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Indigenous-owned accommodations in BC welcome you to take rest or host your event in meaningful spaces that celebrate Indigenous culture and community. A variety of comfortable and unique Indigenous accommodation options provide amenities and styles to suit all tastes. Wedding ceremonies, business meetings, and peaceful sleep at oceanfront lodges, luxury tents, rustic yurts, boutique city hotels, and unique bed and breakfasts. Easy access to world-class hiking and wildlife viewing, shopping and dining, spa services and leisure experiences.

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The Raven's Nest Resort & Campground

campgrounds & rv parks

campgrounds & rv parks

We offer 25 spacious campsites, 1 tipi site and 8 log cabins for nightly stays from May - October. The campsites are unserviced and include a picnic table and fire ring. The campground has outhouses with water for hand washing, a shared dishwashing sink and outdoor shower. Inside cabin includes bathrooms with showers and hot water, a kitchenette with a mini fridge, sink, dishes and a variety of sleeping arrangements in the loft. The cabins are all facing towards the wetlands with a view of the Valley. There is a deck out front each cabin with a BBQ and element for cooking, a picnic table and fire ring.

Kootenay Rockies

Fairmont Hot Springs

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St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino

golf, hotels, indigenous culture

golf, hotels, indigenous culture

Framed by the Rockies, the Purcells and the famous St Mary River, the St. Eugene Golf Resort & Casino is a spectacular destination for getaways, vacations, conferences, retreats and weddings. The resort is located 10 minutes from Cranbrook, 5 minutes from the Cranbrook Rockies International Airport and 20 minutes from the picturesque town of Kimberley. Within its historic walls and the connecting Lodge are beautifully appointed, elegant guestrooms and conference facilities. Within the Resort lies the Interpretive Centre, operated by The Ktunaxa Nation Council. Daily tours allow guests to learn more about the buildings fascinating history, people, and culture found only in this part of the world. St. Eugene offers a wealth of culinary experiences to please the palate and delight the senses of each guest. With 4 spectacular onsite food and beverage choices including informal fine dining in Numa, overlooking the sun-drenched deck and golf course. Or wind down with a glass of wine at our refined cozy Numa Lounge. For individuals looking for a more relaxed setting, simply enjoy the 19th Hole Bar & Grill, located at the St. Eugene Golf Course. Also on site is the newly renovated Casino of the Rockies The bold, nature-based design concept pays homage to the Ktunaxa First Nations connection to the earth, and highlights flora and fauna native to the mountains and foothills in our backyard. The all-new, full-service restaurant Kisuk kiki (key-seeouk- keekit) is a dining experience all its own. The new restaurant features small plates & appetizers, entrees and a full bar including craft cocktails. Or take in the excitement with tapas and a game of billiards in the Casino Lounge. With 224 slot machines, 10 table games and delicatessen style dining makes this casino a landmark of its own. Our 18-hole, Les Furber-designed Golf Course was named "one of Canadas top new courses" by Golf Digest Magazine. The pristine fairways and white sand bunkers wind their way through several different environments, creating a unique combination of links, forests and a spectacular views of the St. Mary River. Our fitness centre features a fully equipped gym, steam room, sauna, a heated pool and two hot tubs. Now located onsite is the St. Eugene KOA RV Park. Located right along the St. Mary's river and only a short walk to the hotel and casino. Guests can enjoy the added amenities the hotel and RV Park have to offer.

Kootenay Rockies

Saint Eugene Mission

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Big Bar Guest Ranch

horseback riding & ranches, paddling, fishing, indigenous culture, resorts & wilderness lodges

horseback riding & ranches, paddling, fishing, indigenous culture, resorts & wilderness lodges

Big Bar Guest Ranch is proudly owned by Stswecemc Xgattem First Nation (SXFN), a community located in a semi-remote area on the the Fraser River, approximately 85 kilometers southwest of Williams Lake. Once two distinct bands, Canoe Creek (Stswecemc) and Dog Creek (Xgattem), our two Secwepemc communities joined together in the late 1800s. We honour our separate histories and our coming together. In the 1860s, more than 10,000 people traversed the Caribou Wagon Roadin search of a new life, land to raise cattle, or a gold strike. Harry Marriott, an immigrant from England, started working for the notorious Gang Ranch, one the largest ranch in Canada. Marriot acquired smaller ranches and land parcels, eventually consolidating them into the O.K Ranching Company, with access over 200,000 acres of cattle country and wilderness. Marriott partnered with his friend and Vancouver banker, George S Harrison and sectioned off 100 acres of their mutual land acquisition for his personal use. This was the beginning of Big Bar Guest Ranch. Much is unchanged since the Harrison family used Big Bar Ranch as their family retreat. The original family home, "The Harrison House", built in 1936 with logs and stone hewn and selected from the property, continues to provide a cozy retreat for guests on holiday relaxing in the great room in front of the fire place, or playing a cowboy song on the guitar in the music room. Big Bar guests have access to the original acreage of the OK Cattle Company, and can venture out across unspoiled pasture lands and forests. What has changed is that Big Bar Guest Ranch is now a part of our shared community vision of becoming an economically and politically self-sustaining community living Secwepemc culture, language, and traditions in a healthy and safe environment. Stswecemc Xgattem First Nation invites you to Big Bar Guest Ranch to experience the dramatic landscape of traditional SXFN Territory: interlocking valleys and plateaus, situated between bold and snow topped mountain ranges. It is our honour to share history as the original inhabitants of this land and welcome you to life on the ranch.

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Jesmond

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House of Himwitsa

indigenous culture, hotels, art galleries

indigenous culture, hotels, art galleries

Vancouver Island

Tofino

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Knight Inlet Lodge

resorts & wilderness lodges, hiking, indigenous culture, wildlife tours, paddling

resorts & wilderness lodges, hiking, indigenous culture, wildlife tours, paddling

Knight Inlet Lodge is Canada's premier grizzly bear viewing destination. With over 25 years of experience and a world wide reputation for excellence we are the place to see grizzly bears in British Columbia. Our remote floating lodge has 18 guests rooms and offers a full range of activities for our guests including hiking,kayaking, marine wildlife tours, tracking and whale watching. Open from mid May until mid October with packages starting on any day of the week.

Vancouver Island

Black Creek

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Cheam Fishing Village and Campground

campgrounds & rv parks

campgrounds & rv parks

42 Camping/RV sites with power and water. Best sturgeon and Salmon fishing in B.C. Boat Launch, On site staff and security, Private and family friendly, Free Sani dump within 4km, Pack in & pack out garbage, Pets welcome, Hiking trails, Family activities within 10km waterslides, waterparks, shopping, gym

Vancouver Coast & Mountains

Agassiz

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Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Oyster Bay

hotels

hotels

Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Oyster Bay, Ladysmith BC. Idyllically located to serve the Cowichan Valley.

Vancouver Island

Ladysmith

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Snaw Naw As Campground

campgrounds & rv parks

campgrounds & rv parks

An RV and tent campground, north of Nanaimo. Water and power hookups with beautiful ocean views.

Vancouver Island

Lantzville

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Salish Seaside RV Haven

indigenous culture, campgrounds & rv parks

indigenous culture, campgrounds & rv parks

Salish Seaside RV Haven is Western Canada's premier Motor Home park, located on a private peninsula right in the heart of Victoria's waterfront harbour. Proudly owned and operated by the Songhees First Nation and Esquimalt First Nation. The RV Haven is a total redesign and brand new rebuild of the former WestBay Village RV Park, completely new and modern. A majority of the sites are right on the water, commanding spectacular views in all directions. Big rig friendly, with 30 & 50 amp power, free WiFi, and a brand new amenities building featuring modern washrooms, showers, laundry room and a spectacular community room with a barbeque, decks and fireplace.

Vancouver Island

Victoria

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Skidegate Inlet Retreat Raven Suite and Eagle Suite

indigenous culture, hotels

indigenous culture, hotels

A unique retreat designed to revitalize and refresh your body and mindWelcome to breathtaking Haida Gwaii. Nestled in a charming Queen Charlotte hillside neighbourhood between the Skidegate Inlet and once vast cedar forests, the Skidegate Inlet Retreat is Haida owned and operated and boasts panoramic views, luxurious beds, modern finishes, covered outdoor areas and authentic indigenous art throughout.

Northern British Columbia

Queen Charlotte

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