Sloquet Hot Springs
Number of Sites: 20
This is a rustic, remote, heavily treed campsite with a small natural hot spring beside Sloquet Creek. The area is the traditional territory of Xa'xtsa or Douglas First Nation. The hot springs have been used since before settlement. The Xa'xtsa people still use the hot springs for traditional ceremonies. There is a $5 day use fee for the use of the hot springs if you are not camping. (Cash only!)
Tent Sites Available
Travel to approx. 76.5 km on the In-shuck-ch Forest Service Road (also known as Lillooet lake road), which runs along the lower Lillooet river, just North of Harrison Lake. You can also get there in a high clearance 4x4 via the Harrison West FSR (now called St'sailes FSR) which takes you North along Harrison Lake. Between 76 and 77km, a road takes off just North of the bridge over Sloquet creek. Turn onto this road, then take the left fork, and another left fork at approx. 9km. A sign board on the left welcomes you to the site.