About

Wells Gray Park

Is a world class destination and home to 39 waterfalls including Canada’s 4th highest waterfalls Helmcken Falls. Wells Gray Park is also home to the Murtle and Clearwater Lakes which, provide the perfect opportunity to canoe in wide open spaces and enjoy nature first hand.  However, If you prefer to stay on land, one of the many walking paths or hiking trails covering the parks 5,250 square kilometers would suit you better.

Our Cabins

Three individual cabins located on 10 acres of private land that is 25 kilometers for the town of Clearwater and directly off the main road to Wells Gray’s finest attraction. Across the Creek Cabins are perfectly located, to act as home base while you explore Wells Gray Provincial Park. Each of the open concept cabin is equipped with a kitchen, dining table, queen bed, sofa-bed and three piece washroom. After a day of discovering hidden waterfalls, there’s no better place to enjoy a cup of coffee or glass of wine then your own outdoor patio. Our clean and comfortable cabins are the perfect choice for you visit Wells Gray Park.

The Owners

Frank and Joan Smith bought 10 acres of land next to Grouse Creek in the late 1970’s. Over the following year Frank built a home for them and their three children. In the 90’s the land across the creek from their home was purchased and the building of the cabins began. Throughout the years Frank, Joan and their children Tyson, Nathan and Courtnay began clearing land and building Frank’s dream. Life got a little busy and for many years the cabins and the dream sat quietly as the family grew and changed.  As Courtnay was finishing her university degree in tourism and business she phoned her father with a wild idea, to complete a project they had started so long ago. In 2008 Frank, Joan and Courtnay opened ‘Across the Creek Cabins’.

Description of the accommodation

Each cabin has a 3 piece bathroom, and a fully equipped kitchen (full size oven and stove, microwave, half-size fridge, coffee maker and kettle and dishes). The living area hosts a comfortable queen bed and a double sofa-bed and table for 4. There are phones for local calls and basic television.

Each cabin is 18 feet by 16 feet and has an open floor plan with a private bath.

Other info of the accommodation

We encouraged you to bring groceries with you so you can have the convenience of preparing your own meals.  The nearest grocery store is in the town of Clearwater so, shop before leaving Clearwater. All kitchens have all the basic pots, pans and dishes needed to prepare a meal.

If cooking does not suit you, a continental breakfast option is available upon request for an additional fee. Nearby restaurants serve dinner, reservations are a good idea in high season (June to September).