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The Armstrong Fair Grounds is open to evacuees wishing to self contain camp on site and/or house livestock.  The City of Armstrong staff are managing the site on behalf of the City and the Township.

The site availability is contingent on number of registrations.  Currently as of noon August 3rd the following is available:

  • 15 hook up sites with water and electricity  (you will need to bring own hoses and electrical cords).
  • Up to 50 spots available for those that are fully self contained with water and a generator.
  • A Sani Dump is available off site at the Kinsmen Campground.
  • Shared Washrooms.
  • Shared Showers.
  • The area is private and has no public access.
  • the grounds have facilities for large livestock only. ( Cows, horses) small hooved animals could be placed in a self-contained pen (please ensure you bring penning facilities with you).
  • Site security.

The Fairgrounds map can be reviewed by clicking on the following link: 2021-08-01 Fairgrounds Map.pdf

*Please Note:  There has been some confusion related to animals so to clarify we have no trailers to transport animals, no feed or staffing to oversee animals. Owners can stay on the grounds and self monitor their animals.  We do not have the ability to house small animals, dogs, cats or other pets unless they are contained within their owner’s campsite.

Anyone wishing to register at the site can contact City of Armstrong Hall at 250-546-3023.  Staffing is available 24/7.  Please know your Emergency Social Services number in advance to ensure you avoid costs.

The fairgrounds are located at 3315 Pleasant Valley Rd, Armstrong BC.

For More Information Please contact:

Warren Smith, Manager of Community Services, Chief Bylaw Officer, EPC

City of Armstrong

Box 40, 3570 Bridge Street, Armstrong, BC   V0E 1B0

Phone:  250-546-3013   Fax:  250-546-3710

Emailwsmith@cityofarmstrong.bc.ca    Web www.cityofarmstrong.bc.ca