PLEASE NOTE: T'Sek Hot Springs campground will be partially closed May 6th - May 8th weekend due to the celebration of the St'at'imc Gathering in the community of Skatin.
The St'at'imc Gathering is a cultural celebration of the 11 communities of the St'at'imc Nation in honour of their ancestors, their unity, and their Declaration of Sovereignty from 1911. Half of the campground will be closed and reserved for native people from the communities. Access to the remaining campground will be on a first come first serve basis as usual. All visitors are more than welcome to participate and join this cultural celebration, just make sure that you arrive early enough to find a camping spot. So come on out and celebrate with us!!!
The In-SHUCK-ch Nation welcomes you to their spiritual Site - the T'sek (also known as Skookumchuck or St. Agnes Wells) Hot Spring.
T'sek Hot Springs are a magical travel destination for the entire family. We are open year around and offer a variety of fun activities that can be undertaken in and around the hot springs - such as hiking & fishing, guided tours & medicine walks, wildlife watching & berry picking, and most importantly Arts & Crafts workshops held by local Indigenous artists. And what is better than relaxing in a hot tub after a fun day of activities???!!! Our cold and hot water taps enable you to regulate the hot tub to the perfect temperature most suitable for your personal enjoyment. So come and join us for a fun time at the springs.
Rates and Services:
Day Use Fee:
T'sek Hot Springs is taking credit card payments now!!
Please note: The camping fee includes the day use fee. There are native arts & crafts workshops and guided tours (cash-only) on the weekends and a little store carrying snacks, drinks, candy, arts, bug-spray and other important and essential items ;-) at the site-operator office!!!
Firewood is sold at $10 per wheelbarrow.
Take your pick – T'sek Hot Springs (aka Skookumchuck / St Agnes Well) has it all. Soothing tubs fed by natural hot and cold pools, riverside tranquility, and Indigenous Culture and Spirit are only the beginning of what T'sek has to offer. Whether it's adventure kayaking and canoeing, rock climbing and scrambling, or fishing and angling you can do it all at T'sek. Embrace the beauty of the deep connection between Indigenous People and the land as they retrace the steps of their ancestors at the sacred and spiritual T'sek Hot Springs. Camp in designated sites located metres from the rushing river, in the nearby forest. T'sek is perfect for families and those seeking solitude and tranquility. The campground features 40 drive-in riverside campsites with picnic tables and fire pits, several walk-in campsites, water taps from an ice-cold, glacier-fed stream, pit toilet outhouses, change rooms and many beautiful yet rugged tubs situated metres from the ancient and mysterious crystal-clear hot pool where 60 degree pure water boils up from deep under the earth surface.
T'sek Hot Springs is located in a spectacular natural setting nestled in a rare riverside old growth forest with the turquoise-green Lillooet River rushing past the site.
T'sek offers a diversity of recently restored interpretive hiking trails (easy, medium and strenuous) and a wealth of Indigenous Culture to be shared. Two km of nature trails have been restored within the campsite. Check out the trail from the south end of the campsite to some beautiful, dog friendly sandy beaches and then back to the campsite via the old road above the hot springs. Also explore the beautiful riverside trail at the north end of the campsite.
Pets are welcome at the T'sek campsites but only on-leash. No pets are allowed at the hot pools. Pet and alcohol rules are strictly enforced. All guests breaking these rules will be asked to leave the site.