2018 LILLOOET & AREA VISITORS GUIDE
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Geocaching in Lillooet Lillooet boasts many geocache sites to find that have breath taking views, cultural points of interest or historical significance. Come and seek the unique hidden treasures that are tucked away in the scenic District of Lillooet.
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Cayoosh Creek Scenic campground on the shore of the Fraser River. • RV sites (some pull-through) with 30 & 50 amp service. • Non-serviced (tenting) sites. • Sani-Dump service. • Washroom facilities with hot showers, toilets and sinks. • Each site has a picnic table and fire pit. • Potable water sources are spread throughout the campground.
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The Community Banner Project – a unique way to say Welcome! Lillooet has come up with a distinctive way to say, “Welcome to Our Community!” – a series of vividly colourful one-ofa-kind banners stretching from Station Hill all the way to the Old Mill Plaza at the northern end of Main Street. The banners depict iconic local images ranging from a pack trip into the backcountry, leaping Fraser River salmon and Bighorn sheep to the Old Bridge, quilts, towering mountains and local wine and honey. As you stroll along Main Street look for other im-
ages that include a tribute to a local musician and a teacher’s contribution incorporating her pre-school students’ drawings. Notice how the sun hits the banners and the colours come through. The Community Banner project is truly a community project. In its first year in 2015, approximately 250 people were involved in bringing the dream into reality. Loggers harvested the wood used to frame the banners while they were being painted; the woodworking class at Lillooet Secondary
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