Tsek Hot Springs and Camping Rates

The Tsek campground and Hot Springs are open year-round.

Tsek Hot Springs is the perfect getaway for a weekend camping trip or just a day getaway. Escape from the day-to-day and enjoy quiet time with nature.

If you are staying overnight at Tsek Hot Springs campground, please note that our drive-in campsites operate on a first-come, first-served basis. We are unable to guarantee reservations at this point due to the limited phone and internet access; however, please contact us via email if you are looking for special arrangements. We will do our best to accommodate you.

HOURS OF OPERATION

7am to 11pm
Quiet Time: 10pm till 9am

 

TSEK RATES

Tsek Hot Springs Day Use Rate (7am ’till 11pm):

$7.50 per adult
$5.00 per senior (65+) and youth (under 18)
kids up to 10 years are free

Camping and Hot Springs
(Applies to all arrivals 11pm ’till 7am
):

$10 per vehicle AND
$10 per adult
$7.50 per senior (65+) and youth (<18)
kids up to 10 years are free

PAYMENT OPTIONS

Cash and credit cards are accepted

Should the gatehouse be unattended, please place cash in one of the envelopes provided, and
deposit it in the honour box before entering Tsek Hot Springs.

 

OVERNIGHT CAMPING FEE

Per Vehicle:
$10

Adult:
$10
includes hot springs access fee

Senior:
$7.50
includes hot springs access fee

Youth (under 18):
$7.50
includes hot springs access fee

Child (under 10):
Free
includes hot springs access fee

RENTALS

Please remember to bring your own swimsuit, cover-up, towel, footwear, and flashlight as there are no rentals available. There is a small convenience store available onsite where small items can be purchased as well as firewood.

TSEK HOT SPRINGS KEEPS IMPROVING

The entrance fees collected to visit Tsek Hot Springs and the adjoining campground is helping preserve the cultural importance of this spiritual site of the St’át’imc (stat-lee-um) people. These fees are funding the development of historical interpretation programs, which will educate future generations of the significant cultural values found at Tsek Hot Springs, and the traditional land use of BC’s indigenous peoples in the lower Lillooet River Valley. When additional funding is secured, we intend to implement sustainable infrastructure and accommodation improvements. Thank you for visiting Tsek (Skookumchuck) Hot Springs. Your visit is helping fund improvements of our indigenous-themed wilderness experience.