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All reviews salmon sockeye four years viewing platform walking trails provincial park life cycle on site haig brown plenty of parking swimming upstream per vehicle many places the river's edge food truck washroom facilities red fish
This place has it all. The parking is $5 so make sure you have cash on hand. The salmon run is an amazing event. There are several hiking trails as well. There are information booths, and food trucks. There was also an Atm machine on...More
The aboriginal community have created a full days experience with the opportunity to walk to the edge of the river at many places to catch the spawning experience. There are displays, food, vendors and the traffic is handled very well. Bring a sweater and a...More
We were staying in Salmon Arm and decided to take the quite short drive over to Tsutswecw Provincial Park (nee Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park). This was a peak salmon run year so we were expecting quite a show. In fact it was interesting but not...More
The salmon run was somewhat underwhelming as I have seen much better at the same place but there’s nothing anyone could have done to make the experience better. The reason for this is that there are an estimated 7M salmon waiting to complete their spawning...More
The Adams River Salmon Run is absolutely worth a visit - particularly as this is a dominant year for the return. The park is beautiful with several walking trails - some of which take you to various viewing points along the water. You will see...More
We made the drive up from Vancouver to see the salmon spawn recently. I had never seen salmon spawn but it was really interesting and well worth the trip. There are many volunteers who are happy to describe the life cycle of the salmon. There...More
The sockeye Salmon run is a spectacular site. Every 4 years there is a dominant run, and 2018 is such a year. The life cycle of the Pacific salmon is explained, there are tables with professionals to answer questions until Oct. 21 this year, but...More
Sunny days bright red fish.
It is definitely worth the trip to the river. Very knowledgeable park staff, with fisheries and Park Rangers to take all your questions. Washroom facilities are clean and kept up.