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Ashcroft

Ashcroft is a friendly town located in the Central Interior of British Columbia, one hour west of Kamloops and approximately 3 hours northeast of Vancouver, The Thompson River and several tributaries flow through the area on their way to the Fraser River. Despite this abundance of water, Ashcroft enjoys an arid climate; hot and dry in the long summer season and dry and moderate in the winter. Read More…

Cache Creek

The bustling town of Cache Creek is located at the Junction of the Trans Canada Highway and Highway #97. The hills surrounding this beautiful community portray every aspect of the desert climate that makes this area unique. The hills of sagebrush and cactus provide a beautiful backdrop for this busy town which is only highlighted by the Bonaparte River which runs through Cache Creek. Read More…

Clinton

Clinton is a quiet little town at the base of the scenic Limestone Marble Range that is nestled amongst rolling pastures and surrounded by foothills of green pine trees. This bustling Village offers visitors much in way of recreational activities all year long. There are many lakes close by which can support a variety of summer and winter sports. The surrounding areas abound in wildlife, wildflowers and many other scenic opportunities. Read More…

Loon Lake

Nestled in a serene valley setting between BC’s Bonaparte Plateau to the northwest and the Arrowstone hills of the Thompson Plateau to the southeast, Loon Lake offers a variety of landscape and wildlife for outdoor adventures and wilderness retreats. This 14 km long lake is 1 km wide and ranked one of the top ten naturally stocked fishing lakes in North America. Read More…

Spences Bridge

Located at the junction of the Nicola and Thompson Rivers, the community of Spences Bridge treasures a rich history. On the Cariboo Wagon Road this natural stopping point provided crossing of the Thompson River for gold seekers headed north, and access east up the Nicola Valley into ranching country or on to Kamloops. Read More…

Savona

The charming lakeside community of Savona remains the major settlement in the area. Dating back to the 1800’s, this village was originally located on the north side of Kamloops Lake and known as Savona Ferry. At that time Savona served as the last stop on the Cariboo Wagon Road from Cache Creek and travelers would disembark the BX stagecoach to board the steamship for their journey up the lake to Kamloops or further to Shuswap Lakes. Read More…