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kamloops & The Thompson Okanagan An Essential Guide To The THOMPSON Okanagan

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WELCOME TO KAMLOOPS & THE THOMPSON OKANAGAN Grasslands, sandstone canyons and rivers dot this scenic area providing an ever-changing backdrop for your trip.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS From Farmers’ Markets to Fall Fairs, the Thompson Okanagan will fill your travel planner full.

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ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS Grab your gear (and kids!) and venture out into this beautiful region. With hiking, biking and lakes nearby, there is always something to explore.

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GOLF Kamloops has built a name for itself in the golf world. Come see why.

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DINING Local, traditional or international, the restaurants of the area will tempt you into their kitchens.

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AREAS OF INTEREST 5

Visitor Information

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Welcome to Kamloops and the Thompson Okanagan

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Calendar of Events

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Activities & Attractions

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Golf

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Dining

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Shopping

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Area Maps

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Accommodations

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Index

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WELCOME To KAMLOOPS & THE THOMPSON OKANAGAN! On behalf of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association I am delighted to invite and to welcome you to our wonderful Region – a unique part of British Columbia where you can find every type of pursuit, presented with world-class service and hospitality. The Thompson Okanagan is becoming well known among travellers from across North America, Europe, Australia and Asia for the rich diversity of our visitor experiences, all served up in a stunning landscape that includes gorgeous lakes, mountains, desert country, orchards, vineyards and ranchlands. Our friendly communities and high-quality tourism destinations present a wide spectrum of memorable experiences for all types of travellers, including those who seek . . . • The flat-out excitement of heli-skiing, whitewater rafting, rock-climbing, snowmobiling, or zip-lining. • The inspiring recreation of some of the best mountain biking, hiking, boating, golfing, wildlife viewing, and sport fishing anywhere. • The luxurious, relaxing pampering of scenic spas and wellness resorts. • The serenity of beaches, forests and houseboating. • The stimulating discovery of Aboriginal culture, our pioneer and goldmining past, our guest ranches, and the rare flora and fauna of Canada’s only true desert environment. • The sumptuous tastes of our organic farm-fresh produce, orchard fruits, our award-winning wines and wineries, and fine culinary fare prepared by top chefs in dozens of picturesque restaurants and patios. The Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association is proud to work in partnership with more than 3,200 tourism stakeholder businesses and organizations throughout the region as we jointly develop stimulating and memorable new experiences which present our unique geography, culture, and inspiring ‘stories’ to visitors, and newcomers alike. Welcome to Kamloops & the Thompson. I am sure you will have a wonderful time here, and I invite you to explore all parts of our diverse valley . . . don’t be afraid to stick around!

Yours very truly,

PUBLISHED BY Okanagan Visitor Publications CONTRIBUTING WRITERS James Grassie Jay Denyar Meaghan Moshansky Tourism Kamloops EDITOR Jay Denyar ASSOCIATE EDITOR Meaghan Moshansky GRAPHIC DESIGN Vivian Zhang PRODUCTION COORDINATOR Meaghan Moshansky PRODUCTION ASSISTANT Jenny Hui Web Production James Grassie ACCOUNT EXECUTIVES Cyndy Denyar Jim Murphy Meaghan Moshansky PHOTOGRAPHY Allen Jones Darren Kirby Don Weixl Ryan Van Veen Thompson Okanagan Tourism Assn. Turtle Valley Donkey Rescue MAILING ADDRESS #200 1789 Harvey Ave., Kelowna, B.C. V1Y 6G4 Tel: 250.868.8249 Fax: 250.868.8256 E-mail: info@okanaganvisitor.ca ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES Tel: 250.868.8249 E-mail: info@okanaganvisitor.ca COVER PHOTO Stake Lake, Ryan Van Veen Flickr.com

Glenn Mandziuk President & Chief Executive Officer Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association

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©2013 by Okanagan Visitor Publications. Okanagan Visitor Publications is a Canadian Corporation. All rights reserved. Entire contents are copywrited. Any reproduction in whole or in part without the written permission of the publisher is strictly prohibited. Okanagan Visitor Publications makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information published but cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions.


Air Canada

1-888-247-2262

Central Mountain Air WestJet Airlines

1-888-865-8585 1-888-937-8538

AIRPORT Kamloops Airport

250-376-3613 | www.kamloopsairport.com

The Airporter

250-314-4803

Sun-Star Shuttle

250-554-8005

Vernon Airport

250-545-3035 | www.vernon.ca

Vernon Airport Shuttle

250-542-7574

BUSES Kamloops Transit Bus Info

250-376-3613

Greyhound Canada

250-374-1212

Toll Free : 1-800-661-8747 250-376-5423 / 1-888-368-7368

National Rent-A-Car

250-374-5737

RADIO / NEWS 97.5 FM The River

250-372-2197

94.1 FM CBC Radio One

1-866-306-4636

ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE BC Automobile Association

1-800-222-4357

www.drivebc.ca

1-800-550-4997

TAXIS Kami Cabs

250-374-5151

Yellow Cabs

250-374-3333

EMERGENCIES Ambulance / Fire / Police Fire Department R.C.M.P Royal Inland Hospital Area Codes

911 250-372-5131 250-828-3000 250-374-5111 250 / 778 / 236

VISITOR SERVICES Kamloops Chamber of Commerce www.kamloopschamber.bc.ca

250-372-7722

Tourism Kamloops

250-372-8000

Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association www.totabc.org Tourism B.C.

CANADIAN CITIZENS Canadian citizens traveling by air to, through, or from the U.S. must present a valid Canadian passport. At participating airports a NEXUS card may be used. This requirement applies to all travelers, including children. FINANCIAL SERVICES

CAR RENTALS ENTERPRISE Budget Rent-A-Car

PASSPORT REGULATIONS International visitors to Canada must carry a valid passport and a visa, if required. Citizens from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Mexico, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Australia, and others do not require a visa to enter Canada. For a complete listing go to www.cic.gc.ca.

VISITOR INFORMATION

AIRLINES

250-860-5999 www.hellobc.com

1-800-435-5622

BMO Bank of Montreal 101F – 1180 Columbia St. Kamloops 250-828-8847 CIBC 304 Victoria St., Kamloops 250-314-3188 Sun Life Financial 600-275 Lansdowne St. Kamloops 250-374-5308 HSBC 380 Victoria St., Kamloops 250-372-7141 Interior Savings Credit Union 202-350 Lansdowne St. Kamloops 250-851-2814 Royal Bank of Canada 186 Victoria St. Kamloops 250-371-1500 Scotiabank 276 Victoria St., Kamloops 250-314-3950 TD Canada Trust 102-301 Victoria St. Kamloops 250-314-5035 Valley First Credit Union 100-180 Seymour St. Kamloops 250-374-4924

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WELCOME TO KAMLOOPS & THE THOMPSON OKANAGAN Welcome to Kamloops and the Thompson Okanagan! Ranches, rivers, canyons and lakes make this high country region prime for exploration & adventure. Kamloops, derived from the Secwepemc (Shuswap) word “Tk’emlúps”, which means “where the rivers meet”, and in this case referring to the flowing together of the North and South Thompson rivers. Water is not the only thing meeting in Kamloops-- the Trans-Canada, the Yellowhead and Highway 97 all meet here, as do the two national rail lines, CP and CN. Kamloops is the Tournament Capital of Canada and has for many years been synonymous with first-class events. Known as BC’s Friendliest City, the community opens its arms wide and welcomes visitors, spectators and participants to come bask in its warmth and renowned hospitality and enjoy what the city has to offer--great golfing and restaurants, wild fly-fishing and whitewater rafting, and a winter wonderland of snow sport activities. Sun Peaks, a world renowned ski resort, is located just 45 minutes northeast of Kamloops.

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If you’re just starting out, or maybe it’s a family day, Harper Mountain can provide for you as well. Just a quick 20 minutes from Kamloops, Harper Mountain offers over 1400 vertical feet of elevation and 400 acres of fun! Kamloops is a chic urban jewel set amidst a wild western landscape in the heart of BC—there’s nothing else quite like it. Barriere, just 45 minutes north of Kamloops on Hwy 5, is a unique community full of character. With its laid back attitude, Barriere is there to accommodate those who genuinely enjoy pristine lake views, powder drenched slopes and lush, abundant forests. Offering a wide variety of recreational opportunities, lake fishing in the area is considered some of the best in BC. Every year the North Thompson Fall Fair and Rodeo entertains spectators with its rodeo, agricultural shows and royalty


pageant. In the wintertime, visitors bustle up to Barriere as the area is quickly becoming a winter sanctuary for snowmobile and cross-country skiing enthusiasts. The summer, just as promising as the winter, offers all manner of water sports as the gorgeous lakes melt. Cache Creek, a village that centers its image with the 1950’s and 1960’s in mind, is at the junction of the Trans Canada Highway and Highway 97. The Bonaparte River runs through Cache Creek, adding to the scenery of rolling desert hills, covered in sagebrush and cactus. While mining and forestry are large players in the Cache Creek economy, tourism is the number 1 leader. Before the Trans Canada Highway, Cache Creek was still a busy town. In the mid 1800’s, those who followed the gold rush heading to the Caribou Gold Fields, found Cache Creek to be an excellent stopping point— something travelers can still find today.

Kamloops Waterfront Park PoYang, flickr.com

Logan Lake has become famous for its warm, welcoming atmosphere and being the friendliest and cleanest community in the province. Residents invite visitors to come enjoy their beautiful mountains, lakes and forests that surround the community. The locals also live here because they enjoy the diverse recreational opportunities that include cross country skiing, snowmobiling, curling, hockey, fishing and ice fishing, golfing, hiking, ATV riding, and biking. Recently the community has added the 18-hole Copper Ridge Disc Golf Course, and a new ‘state-of-the-art’ Bike Skills Park for its youth. Logan Lake has become a leading example of what a Fire Smart community can look like, by developing one of the first Community Wildfire Protection Plans in BC. In addition to protecting the community from wildfire, these efforts have allowed the community to build an extensive trail network that is continually being improved upon.

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Chase (located on the shores of Little Shuswap Lake) is the western gateway to the recreational brilliance of the Shuswap Region. Named after Whitfield Chase who was the first non-native settler to farm the area and later incorporated in 1969, Chase has grown into a tourist destination full of excitement with deep historical roots. Sunshine, lakes, mountains and golf courses make Chase a year round vacation paradise. Little Shuswap Lake is a prime spot for boating, fishing and relaxing. If you are more inclined to go hiking, there are many trail systems to explore and enjoy. There is also Talking Rock Golf Course, a new championship design golf course that offers golfers a first class golf experience complete with amazing views of the surroundings. The entire region is collectively known as “The Shuswap”. Shuswap Lake is a huge “starfish” shaped lake with many fingers and arms to discover and venture into. Salmon Arm is located on

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the southern tip, while Sicamous is located furthest east, around the meeting of all four tips, the Cinnemousun Narrows, or just simply, the Narrows. Chase flanks the region to the west, while Seymour Arm is the northern most tip, with Anstey Arm just over the other side of the mountain. Houseboating is insanely popular in this part of the world—consequently, Sicamous is the “Houseboating Capital of Canada”. While Houseboating may be the most popular thing to do here, camping is a very close second. The Shuswap region boasts more than 1,000 km of shoreline to explore, and roughly 8 provincially designated parks, with multitudes of camping areas beckoning the adventurous. Many offer sites and limited amenities, but for those who are in the true spirit of camping, there is walk-in/wilderness camping available as well. All of these communities, each unique, come together to form an outdoor enthusiasts dream. These are year round destinations with something for everyone. From snowmobiling to ice


fishing, and watersports to golf, we invite you to enjoy all that this region has to offer. Sun Peaks is a year round destination resort. Located just 45 minutes North of Kamloops, Sun Peaks Resort offers an adventure for every person in every season of the year. Sitting at 4,100ft in the village, this resort shares its mountain fresh air and panoramic view with all its guests. Sun Peaks provides 15 hiking trails, 30 biking trails, plus a dirt jumping zone and a prestigious 18-hole golf course for the summertime visitors. Come visit in the winter for some award-winning skiing and snowboarding. With over 3,500 acres of skiable terrain, Sun Peaks is the second largest ski area in British Columbia. Offering 11 various lifts to get you around to the 2 alpine bowls, 122 trails and 12 gladded areas, one could not possibly be bored on this hill! Come off the hill after a day of fun and find yourself in the sprawling village of Sun Peaks. Here you can find shopping, dining, accommodations and even a

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nightclub. No lack of entertainment here! So grab your gear, jump in the car, and head up to Sun Peaks Resort, where the adventure awaits. Tobiano, where golf, lake, community and lifestyle collide! A new community with unobstructed lake and mountain vistas, with plans of expanding to 1100 homes, a full service marina, a world class equestrian centre and a 450 room hotel. And of course, they also offer what some claim to be one of the most spectacular golf courses on the planet. Tobiano has something that will appeal to all your visual senses and outdoor needs. The Equestrian Neighbourhoods offers spectacular, big sky views in all directions, this is where ranch meets resort. Located on Kamloops Lake, you will be overwhelmed with calm water, rusty cliffs and lush fairways. If you are contemplating investing or living in the Kamloops area, Tobiano should be your new home.

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Events Calendar FARMERS’ MARKETS 2013 May 1 - October 23 • Downtown Kamloops Farmers’ Market (WeekDays)

Crafts and home-based businesses are set up in the Stuart Wood Schoolyard. Every Saturday from 8:00am - 12:00pm.

200 Block of St. Paul Street, Kamloops

April 26 – Mid-October • Shuswap Farm & Craft Market

Fresh farm products and local crafts—and it’s all made, baked, or grown locally! There are about 70 regular vendors here, offering fresh fruits and veggies; delicious home baking; craftworks; woodworking; bedding plants; and more. Tuesday’s & Friday’s, 8:00am – 12:30pm

400 Block of Victoria Street, Kamloops

Come check out the home made goodies and home grown fruits and veggies at the Barriere Farmers’ Market. Beef, pork and lamb from 4 bar S ranch and free range eggs from Watersmeet Farm. Cedar garden furniture and paintings by local artists. Every Thursday, 10:00am – 2:00pm.

4307 Yellowhead S. Highway 5, Barriere 250-672-5159

May 16 – August 29 • Blind Bay Farmers’ Market From local fresh produce, organic meats, farm eggs, beautiful plants, tasty baking to creative crafts and gifts, Blind Bay Farmers Market has something for everyone. Thursday’s, 10:00am – 2:00pm.

2688 Fairway Hills Road, Blind Bay www.blindbayfarmersmarket.webs.com | 250-675-5199

May 10 – October • Chase Farmers’ Market

Chase Farmers’ Market grows with the season and changes every week -- plants, produce, pies, preserves, pickles and plenty more. Located at the Chase Curling Club Parking Lot. Every Friday from 9:30am – 1:30pm..

227 Wilson Street, Chase | 250-679-8432

May 11 – October 12 • Sorrento Village Farmers’ Market

June 30 – Sept 8 • Sun Peaks Farmers’ Market

1200 Trans-Canada Highway, Sorrento | 250-515-1265

Sun Peaks Resort Village, Sun Peaks www.sunpeaksresort.com | 250-578-5386

On the Trans-Canada Highway in Sorrento, between Chase and Salmon Arm. Fresh, local organic produce, artisan baked goods, fruit, berries, free range eggs, Shuswap honey, preserves and prepared foods. A variety of arts and crafts are available from our craft vendors. Saturday’s, 8:00am – 12:00pm.

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The market is held in the 400 block of Victoria Street (in front of Library). Wednesday’s, 8:00am - 12:00pm.

May – October • Barriere Farmers’ Market

Centenoka Park Mall, 5th St & 5th Ave. Salmon Arm | 250-804-3387

May 13 • Mother’s Day @ The BC Wildlife Park

BC Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Dr., Kamloops www.bczoo.org | 250-573-3242

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Local farmers, ranchers, and artisans will be in the village selling fruits, veggies, local meats, seafood, arts, crafts, beauty products, and more. Sunday’s, 9:30am - 1:30pm.

May 18 - 20 • 95th Annual Falkland

Featuring performances by Uncle Chris the Clown and Margit Bull. Special draw for Mother’s only - Enter to win a beautiful prize package from our Gift Shop valued at $200.00!

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April 20 – October 26 • Downtown Kamloops Farmers’ Market (Weekend)

18-20 Stampede Welcome to one of Canada’s oldest stampedes. It

started in 1919, just after the war, as a picnic which has grown over the years to a three day rodeo.

www.falklandstampede.ca | 250-351-9797

May 26 • The Blackwell Dairy 15Km Run

There is also a 3 km run for those not wanting to endure the 15 km distance. Our usual pancake breakfast with prizes and awards follow the race. Blackwell Dairy will be there to provide an assortment of their delicious ice cream. People can register on-line a www.Zone4.ca

June 1 • 24th Annual Kamloops Charity Poker Run

The Kamloops Harley Owners Group presents its 24th Annual Charity Poker Run, taking a 367km scenic route from Kamloops to Ashcroft.

www.kamhog.com

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June 1 • Relay for Life – Canadian Cancer Society

Come show your support by participating, volunteering or cheering on the runners down at Riverside Park from 10am - 10pm.

Riverside Park, Kamloops | www.relaybc.ca


All information is subject to change without notice. Please submit events to: events@okanaganvisitor.ca

June 14 -16 • Kamloops BMX Nationals

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McArthur Island 14 -16 @ Come out to the tracks and join both local and

international Athletes of all ages compete for national titles! Various draws And concessions are available for this exciting 3-day event. Admissions are free.

McArthur Island Sports Centre | www.kamloopsbmx.com

June 21-23 • Thrive Festival The Thrive Festival encompasses the entire spectrum of Fine arts all into one exciting 3-day festival. Illustrating the true potential of creativity, join the plethora of workshops and soak yourself in the spirit of learning.

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Thompson Rivers University www.thrivefestival.ca

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June 16 • Father’s Day @ The BC Wildlife Park

Safeway Father’s Day Walk/Run for Prostate Cancer, Surplus Herbys Rally and the End of School Bash are celebrated at the BC Wildlife Park today! Come join in the festivities.

BC Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Dr., Kamloops www.bczoo.org | 250-573-3242

June 28 – June 30 • Summer Kick Off Weekend

Throughout the weekend the village will be alive with a multitude of activities such as Jo’s Road Race, Mountain of Beer and Chili cook-off competitions, a rock climbing wall, interactive drumming lessons, performances from clowns, 5 Star Dog Agility Demonstrations, giant inflatable obstacle race, and more!

Sun Peaks Resort and Village www.sunpeaksresort.com | 250-578-5542

June 29 • 6th Annual Strawberry Tea Come help the Chase Museum to celebrate the Strawberry Harvest! Enjoy a generous helping of Strawberry Shortcake heaped with freshly picked strawberries from Ray & Pete Murray’s farm and topped with real whipped cream all served in the old fashioned way. Tickets are just $5.00 for general admission and $4.00 each for Museum members.

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www.chasemuseum.ca | 250-679-8847

July 1• Canada Day Celebrations The celebrations include something for the entire family, ranging from the Lumiere Parade and children workshops to the summer fireworks of childhood itself.

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Riverside Park | www.kamloops.ca

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Sagebrush Theatre | www.tbcmainstage.ca

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July 27 • Chrome on the Grass Show & Shine

Annual show and shine in Prince Charles Park with the proceeds going to the Pediatrics Ward at the Royal Inland Hospital. The show is from 10:00am – 4:00pm.

Prince Charles Park on Columbia St., Kamloops 250-573-4321

July 5-13 • Theatre BC Mainstage

Being one of the longest running theatre traditions in Canada, This event showcases a culmination of winning plays from the Theatre BC Zones Festivals. Catch this event featuring the best of the best of theatrics!

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July 28 • Farm2Chefs @ Sun River Organic Farms

Farm2Chefs is definitely the most delicious event over this Summer; featuring the best food and beverages the locals have to offer. Includes live music and the fun stuff for the kids.

www.farm2chefs.com | (250) 320-6974

August 2 – 5 • Alpine Blossom Festival

The perfect weekend to take in the vibrant blooms of Indian Paintbrush, Tiger Lilies, Fireweed, and more in the Sun Peaks Alpine before venturing to the village to enjoy face painters, the Sun Peaks Fire Department, a climbing wall, performances by Bobs & Lolo and Uncle Chris the Clown and lively musical performances by Dave Phillips and ‘She Stole My Beer’, the weekend will be a blast for all ages.

Sun Peaks Resort and Village | www.sunpeaksresort.com | 250-578-5542

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August 5 • BC Day “BC Bears Celebration” Featuring Peter Puffin’s Whale Tales!

BC Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Dr., Kamloops www.bczoo.org | 250-573-3242

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August 4 • Logan Lake Days

Join us in our annual celebrations! Featuring Hot Air Balloon rides, community BBQ, musical entertainment,and an evening dance in the downtown core. A real community celebration, with activities for children and families.

www.loganlake.ca | 250-523-6225

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August 5 • BC Day “BC Bears Celebration” Featuring Peter Puffin’s Whale Tales!

BC Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Dr., Kamloops www.bczoo.org | 250-573-3242

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August 9– 11 • 18th Annual Hot Nite in the City

11 city blocks in Kamloops’ downtown core are closed off to allow Street Rods, Customs, American Muscle, Sport-compact, British & European, Collector, Vintage, Bikes and Race Competition vehicles to line the streets for the annual Hot Nite in the City Show ‘n Shine.

Admission to the event is FREE. www.hotniteinthecity.com

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August 9 - 11 • 2nd Annual Ribfest @ Riverside Park

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Family friendly, three day food extravaganza! Ribfest brings together Ribbers from across North America who are hungry to compete for the Best Ribs Title. There will be live music, a refreshment center and lots of activities and games for kids of all ages. Fundraiser for Kamloops Daybreak Rotary.

Riverside Park, Kamloops | kamloopsribfest.com

August 10 • Chase Corn Stock

What do you get when you cross the delicious taste of corn with great music, fun activities, and a park full of amazing people? Chase CornStock, that’s what! Come for a day full of music, children’s activities, farmers’ market, food vendors, beer gardens, and of course, CORN!

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Memorial Park, Chase | www.chasecornstock.com

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August 16 – 18 • 21th Annual

Arm Roots & Blues 16-18 Salmon Festival

Plan your vacation and enjoy some amazing music! Craft and Food Vendors, Artisan Market, Children’s Activities, Beverage Gardens, Camping, and Bike Lock-Up. Salmon Arm Fair Grounds.

www.rootsandblues.ca | 250-833-4096

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August 25 • Kamloops Kidney Walk Or Run

A fun-filled fundraising event for the Kidney Foundation of Canada/BC Branch and local patient services. A 2.5 km walk or a 5 km run. Join us at this wonderful event that includes live entertainment, a barbecue, a fantastic silent auction and special guests.

Riverside Park, Kamloops www.kamloopskidneywalk.ca

August 31 – September 2 • 63rd Annual North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo

There will be a full exhibit hall, outdoor and indoor entertainment, three days of BCRA Rodeo, amusements, competitions, horse show, pony chariot and chuckwagon racing, commercial booths and exhibits, children’s area, dances, fall fair & children’s parades, and much more.

North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Grounds, Barriere www.fallfair-rodeo.com

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September 8 • Sorrento’s 101th Family Festival And Show & Shine

Celebrating Sorrento’s 100th Anniversary at the Sorrento Blind Bay Park! There will be free entertainment, pancake breakfast, bring your own seats/suntan lotion and bug spray. The Show and Shine will showcase collectable cars, trucks, vintage wooden boats, vintage motorcycles and old tractors.

Blind Bay Park, Sorrento | mbrass@telus.net

September 27-29 • Interior Wellness

27-29 Festival 3 Days of Transformational Wellness! Free workshops, seminars, yoga & fitness classes, marketplace, entertainment. Admission is free. Fundraiser for SPCA & United Way, Sponsored by Nature’s Fare.

Activity Centre, Kamloops www.InteriorWellness.com | 250-371-1938

September 27 - 30 • 75th Provincial Winter Fair

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Celebrate our agriculture heritage, culture, and community, by providing wholesome family fun, friendly competition, and educational experiences.

North Thompson Fall Fair Grounds, Barriere www.provincialwinterfair.com | 250-572-6838

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All information is subject to change without notice. Please submit events to: events@okanaganvisitor.ca

October 5-31 • Pumpkin

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October • Adams River Salmon Run

15 million Fraser River sockeye salmon will return home to BC after spending two years out in the Pacific Ocean. The Adams River is located between the Adams Lake and Shuswap Lakes, about a 40 minute drive from Kamloops.

Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park, on Adams River | www.salmonsociety.com

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@ Pete Murray’s 5 - 31 Patch Corn Farm

Pumpkin season at the farm begins in October and lasts until Halloween on the 31st. We offer wagon rides which includes a visit to our sheep and off to the pumpkin patch in search for that perfect pumpkin.

5973 V.L.A. Rd Chase. 250-679-8886 www.petemurrayscornfarm.com

October 14 • Teddy Bear Picnic & Farmers’ Market

October 18 - 20, 25 - 27 • Boo @

18-20 The Zoo At The BC Wildlife Park 25-27 Come see a Kids Haunted House, Spook Train,

Featuring Uncle Chris the Clown!

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BC Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Dr., Kamloops. www.bczoo.org | 250-573-3242

BC Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Dr., Kamloops. www.bczoo.org | 250-573-3242

November 3 • Royal Inland Hospital Craft-A-Fair

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10:00am – 4:00pm, Admission $2.

Interior Savings Center, 300 Lorne Street Kamloops | rihvolunteers.ca

December 13 – January 5 • Wildlights @ The BC Wildlife Park An annual celebration where families and friends gather to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors and the many lights. Dare to enter the new and larger Giant Maze, take a trip on the Wildlife Express miniature train, enjoy a wagon ride to the North Pole!

BC Wildlife Park, 9077 Dallas Dr., Kamloops. www.bczoo.org | 250-573-3242

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Kid’s Magic Show, Pre-Carved Pumpkin Contest, Prizes for best costume, Halloween Maze, Pyrotechnic and Fireworks Display, and lots of Trick or Treating!

January 15 - 19 • The Winter Okanagan Wine Festival

Set at the magnificent alpine setting of Sun Peaks Resort, enjoy a wonderful marriage of culinary events, wine tastings, educational seminars and some of the best skiing and snowboarding anywhere in the world.

Sun Peaks Resort and Village www.sunpeaksresort.com | 250-578-5542

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January 17 - 19 • The Varion Pond Hockey Classic

The truest form of hockey. Come enjoy the game how it was meant to be played. Bring your friends too, because this weekend is the most fun you can have on ice.

Varionclassic.ca

For More Information: www.kamloopsvisitor.ca | Tourism Kamloops www.tourismkamloops.com Sun Peaks Resort and Village www.sunpeaksresort.com | BC Wildlife Park www.bczoo.org

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ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS The Thompson Okanagan is filled to the brim with exciting adventures for everyone, all year round. A true four seasons playground. So you have meandered into the heart of British Columbia’s “High Country” and need something to do. Why not slip into your cowboy boots, grab your Stetson and head on out to the rodeo! The annual North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo held in Barriere is just the “western” fix you’re searching for— full of agricultural heritage, showmanship and of course cowboys!

and make an adventure of it. Don’t forget your fishing pole, as many of the lakes offer an abundance of fish. Heading into the Shuswap? Sicamous is the “Houseboating Capital of Canada”. Salmon Arm, the heart of the Shuswap, offers a bounty of activities for everyone—shopping in the urban ambience, and some of the finest bird watching in North America, along with hundreds of other outdoor activities.

Give Canada’s best new golf course, Tobiano, a try. Need some help with your swing? Better hit The Dunes, and let their expert staff train you to perfection.

Head to the slopes of Sun Peaks and be prepared for a day of knee-deep powder, and impressive bowls.

The Thompson Okanagan is famous for its pristine lakes, lush forests and breathtaking views. Hit one of the trails for a day long hike, or grab your camping gear

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Visit for a day, or maybe stay a little longer. The Thompson Okanagan & Shuswap begs to be explored and enjoyed. It’s breathtaking landscapes and endless activities cannot be matched.

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Your Best Bet in entertainment Chances is your best bet in entertainment and big fun with friends. There’s always exciting action on the slot floor with more new slots! In the Barside Lounge & Grill you can watch sports on the 120 inch High Definition big screen featuring all the main sporting events and catch the free live entertainment every Friday evening. Plus, enjoy a meal from a menu you’ll love. Ask about our Daily Lunch and Dinner Features plus the Daily Drink Specials. Don’t forget to try your hand at bingo or play some lottery games. Doors open daily at 9:30 am, play begins at 10 am with ample free parking. There’s something for everyone at Chances. 1250 Halston Ave, Kamloops 250-554-1030 Visit us soon! www.chanceskamloops.com

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BC WILDLIFE PARK

The British Columbia Wildlife Park continues the tradition of offering guests a variety of“special”wildlife oriented experiences. These will include exciting special events, new animal exhibits, and some very famous and new to park entertainers. While at the Park you will see over 60 species of animals, Grizzly Bears, Cougars, Moose, Elk, Lynx, Rattle Snakes just to name a few. The Kid’s will love the new Double H Corral petting area, with miniature Donkeys’, Llamas, goats. The annual Halloween Boo at the Zoo and Christmas Wildlights is a must see for everyone. 9077 Dallas Dr., Kamloops Tel: (250) 573-3242 info@bczoo.org www.bczoo.org Credit Cards: VI, MC, DD, AE Location: Map 2 – INSET F 2 ART GALLERY

KAMLOOPS ART GALLERY

The Kamloops Art Gallery is the

principal Gallery for the visual arts in the Southern Interior of British Columbia. The Gallery is committed to the belief that art is an essential part of the human experience. It is dedicated to making this belief tangible within the communities it serves. 465 Victoria St., Kamloops Tel: (250) 377-2400 www.kag.bc.ca

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CHANCES

The most exciting gaming experience in the city is at Chances Kamloops! Enjoy our state of the art gaming centre with your favourite slot and bingo games available to play! And when you need a refreshing reason to take a delicious diversion, try the menu at the Barside Lounge and Grill. Its nonstop excitement... it’s never ending fun! With a newly expanded slot floor and free exciting live entertainment every Friday in the Barside Lounge & Grill, Chances is Your Best Bet For Entertainment! 1250 Halston Avenue, Kamloops Tel: (250) 554-1030 www.chanceskamloops.com Credit Cards: AE, DD, MC, VI Location: Map 3 – C4

Steam Back Into History Re-enactment of the famous 1906 Bill Miner Train Robbery on every trip July and August.

Kamloops Heritage Railway www.kamrail.com

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Round after round you’ll find the right vehicle to fit your needs at Budget Car & Truck Rental. From MiniVans to Sport Utilities to Convertibles and anything in between. Whether you’re travelling as a foursome or as a group, we have the right size vehicle to take you to some of the Thompson Okanagan’s best golf courses. Budget offers the valley’s largest selection of cars & trucks and we are OPEN 7 days per week, with locations in town and at the airport. Budget Car & Truck Rental....... GREAT RATES, GREAT SERVICE. 820 Notre Dame Dr., Kamloops Tel: 1- 888 -368 -7368 www.bcbudget.com LOCATION MAP 5 – A1 CAR RENTALS

NATIONAL CAR AND TRUCK RENTALS

National provides cars & trucks for rent from Kelowna to Prince Rupert


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Lake City Casino

beautifully restored locomotive 2141 takes you back into the era of steam. Delight in the sights & sounds of steam, seated in an open-air“hayrack” car, or in the comfort of the 1930 heritage coach. The ghost of Bill Miner reenacts his famous 1906 train robbery on each trip. 6-510 Lorne St. Kamloops Tel: (250) 374-2141 info@kamrail.com www.kamrail.com Location: Map 5 – C1

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KAMLOOPS TRAVEL CENTRE

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& most points in between. One way rates available with no drop charge. ICBC, shop & moving rates also available. Service 365 days a year. 174 W. Victoria St., Kamloops Tel: (250) 374-5737 www.nationalcar.ca

Lake City Casino is your destination for gaming excitement! Located in the heart of downtown Kamloops, we invite you to come in and check out our new look including new slot machines, new games, new electronic roulette and new dining options. Open daily from 10am to 2am, why play anywhere else? 540 Victoria Street, Kamloops Tel: (250) 372-3336 info@lakecitycasinos.com www.lakecitycasinos.com

The Kamloops Travel Center is open 24 hours a day. With over 18,000 sq ft. 4 Major Highways intersect at our door stop. The The Kamloops Travel Centre took the words “travelers or truckers delight” Credit Cards: CASH ONLY, ATM on site to heart and caters to all, with this grand facility. Featuring Location: Map 5 – C2 an outstanding selection of HERITAGE TRAIN / MUSEUM all your automotive service needs, including oils, lubricants, KAMLOOPS wiper blades and more… A HERITAGE RAILWAY large convenience store and A&W restaurant looks after all a traveler’s needs; while our pro drivers have their own “restaurant in a restaurant” overlooking the large fuel bays and rest areas. “We deliver fast, friendly and efficient service so our guests feel appreciated” 1885 W Trans Canada Hwy, Kamloops Tel: (250) 374-6263 Fax: (250) 374-9886 www.kamloopstravelcentre.ca Steam back into history on the Credit Cards: AE , DD, MC, VI “Spirit of Kamloops.” Beginning at Location: Map 2 – B7 the historic CN railway station, our

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GOLF Canada’s most diverse golf destination lures you in with fresh mountain air, blue sky, and championship courses. Camera and clubs required. Rolling desert hills, covered in sagebrush and cactus-not the first place one would think of when trying to picture a golf course. Welcome to British Columbia's "High Country" where the heart is Kamloops and this could be your new golf home. A region renowned for its fishing, hiking, biking, and skiing, is now being known for having outstanding golf. Competition from nearby Kelowna has spurred the growth and expansion of the golfing industry in Kamloops & area. Now home to "Canada's Best New Golf Course" Tobiano, and top-notch training facilities at The Dunes, Kamloops is quickly gaining the upper hand in the golf industry. Home to 13 remarkable golf courses, and a season that runs from March to October, Kamloops has earned the title of the best golf destination. Eaglepoint, located on the east hills of the city, is considered one of Kamloops' most attractive golf courses, while Canoe Creek in Salmon Arm challenges the best of the best with their latest addition of gold tees. Kamloops' oldest golf course, the Kamloops Golf & Country Club underwent a complete renovation in 2010, and invites everyone back to play the "oldest, yet newest

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and finest golf course in the Kamloops area." Take the family to McArthur Island Golf Course and play 9-holes or venture to Talking Rock in Chase, and bask in the remarkable scenery on this 18-hole course. If you stay in the heart of the city at Mount Paul, or head to the hills of Sun Peaks or into the desert course of Sun Rivers, all deliver a challenge and quite a sight Pineridge Golf Course puts forth lush fairways and a great view of the South Thompson River as well. Rivershore Estates has been recognized as being one of the finest tests in golf, and naturally awarded 4-star rating for Places to Play by Golf Digest. Don't forget about Logan Lake! Meadow Creek Golf Club is a challenging 9-hole course nestled in the midst of an aspen forest. Try something new with the Copper Ridge Disc Golf Course-a combination of frisbee and golf, this game is quickly gaining popularity. Whether a new player or seasoned champion, both are bound to find their style and challenge in one of the regions many destinations. Spectacular views, prestigious courses, and unprecedented experiences, make Kamloops and the surrounding area the ideal golf destination.

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rolling terrain and spectacular views. Strategic doglegs, four sets of tees and elevation changes will challenge golfers of all skill levels. 8888 Barnhartvale Rd., Kamloops Tel: (250) 573-2453 Toll Free: 1-800-863-2453 info@eaglepointgolfresort.com www.eaglepointgolfresort.com Credit Cards: DD, MC, VI Location: GOLF Map C - 5

Your golfing experience will be enhanced by the fully licensed clubhouse, practice facility and wellequipped pro shop. Enjoy a walk in the park that will leave you feeling totally satisfied! 16-2690 Tranquille Rd, Kamloops Tel: (250) 376-3231 www.kamloopsgolfclub.com Credit Cards: DD, MC, VI Location: GOLF Map B - 5 GOLF COURSE

MCARTHUR ISLAND

Round after round you’ll find the right vehicle to fit your needs at Budget Car & Truck Rental. From Mini-Vans to Sport Utilities to Convertibles and anything in between. Whether you’re travelling as a foursome or as a group, we have the right size vehicle to take you to some of the Thompson Okanagan’s best golf courses. Budget offers the valley’s largest selection of cars & trucks and we are OPEN 7 days per week, with locations in town and at the airport. Budget Car & Truck Rental....... GREAT RATES, GREAT SERVICE. 820 Notre Dame Dr., Kamloops Tel: 1- 888 -368 -7368 www.bcbudget.com

1500 Island Parkway North, Kamloops Tel: (250) 554-3211 www.tee-off.ca GOLF COURSE

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MOUNT PAUL GOLF COURSE

KAMLOOPS GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

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615 Mt Paul Way, Kamloops Tel: (250) 374-4653 www.mountpaulgolf.com

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This completely renovated walkable 18-hole, Par 72 Championship course has become the oldest, yet newest and finest golf course in the Kamloops area. By utilizing a combination of strategic mounding, ponds, and bunkers, golfers are provided with a variety of approaches to each of its newly designed USGA bent grass greens.


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Kamloops’ Finest Golf A Course of Uncommon Beauty, Conditioning, Playability and Challenge.

330 Rivershore Drive Kamloops, BC

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Club Status: Semi Private Rivershore Golf Links is a course of uncommon beauty, conditioning, playability and challenge. By his own words, Robert Trent Jones Senior created a masterpiece - a sentiment echoed by the legions of admirers who have played this superb design. On behalf of all owners, members and staff we invite you to sample all that we have to offer. Design: Robert Trent Jones Senior GREEN FEES: $50.00-$80.00 TEE YARDS RATING SLOPE RED 5473 71.8 124 WHITE 6347 70.1 123 BLUE 6763 72.1 131 GOLD 7007 73.2 135

PRACTICE FACILITIES • Putting Green • Driving Range • Sand Practice • Power Cart DINING & LOUNGE FACILITIES • Full Dining Room • Lounge • Banquet Facilities 330 Rivershore Drive, Kamloops Tel: (250) 573-4622 Fax: (250) 573-3996 info@rivershoregolflinks.com www.rivershoregolflinks.com Credit Cards: AE, DD, MC, VI Location: GOLF Map C - 5 GOLF COURSE

SUN PEAKS GOLF COURSE

1280 Alpine Road, Kamloops Tel: (250) 578-5431 Toll Free: 1-800-807-3257 www.sunpeaksresort.com

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SUN RIVERS GOLF RESORT

As one of the few "true" desert golf courses in Canada, Sun Rivers is set among natural sage, rolling hills, bent grass fairways, gently contoured greens, and sweeping views of the Thompson Valley. The par 72, 6692 yard golf course meanders in and around residential neighborhoods. Up to five tee boxes in strategic locations, fairways carved through natural canyons, views of the Thompson river valleys and the back drop of majestic Mounts Peter and Paul are what await you. 1000 Clubhouse Drive, Kamloops Toll Free: 1-877-828-9989 www.sunrivers.com Credit Cards: DD, MC, VI Location: GOLF Map C - 5

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fairways and get lost in the beauty and majesty that is Talking Rock. 1663 Little Shuswap Lake Rd., Chase Tel: (250) 679-3090 Toll Free: 1-877-663-4303 www.talkingrock.ca

Tobiano RESORT

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THE DUNES

929 Hysop Road, Chase Tel: (250) 679-3021 GOLF COURSE

TALKING ROCK RESORT

Watch out for the bear! Our signature Par 5, grip it and rip it! Get a little extra out of your drive from this elevated tee box. A ridge that runs through the middle of this green makes the downhill portion quicker than it looks. If this is the kind of excitement that you are looking for when playing a round with family and friends, you would be crazy not to wander these

CLUB STATUS: Public Award-winning Canadian golf architect Thomas McBroom used his entire palette in designing a course like no other. The site of the historic Six Mile Ranch has been The Dunes at Kamloops is truly transformed from rugged bench nature's golf course. Lush fairways lands into a golf course that is as carve effortlessly through the sand, visually captivating as it is thrilling to each leading to a meticulously kept play. With five par 5s- including the green surrounded by wild fescue and spectacular 8th, the no.1 handicap wheat grass. Measuring 7131 yards in hole - eight par fours highlighted length, The Dunes caters to all levels by the elegant necklace of holes 4,5 of players with your choice of four and 6 and five par 3s, the shot maker tees. Regardless of whether you are in each player will surely be inspired. swinging a club for the first time or a From the dramatic first tee to the seasoned pro, our goal is to ensure undulating 18th green, Tobiano is your experience is incomparable unforgettable. from start to finish. 38 Holloway Dr. , Kamloops 652 Dunes Drive, Kamloops Toll Free: 1.877.373.2218 Tel: (250) 589-3300 info@tobianogolf.com Toll Free: 1-888-881-GOLF www.tobianogolf.com www.golfthedunes.com Credit Cards: DD, MC, VI Location: GOLF Map B - 4

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SHOPPING From farmers’ and crafters markets, to boutique stores and shopping malls, the Thompson Okanagan can provide for every retail need. Because the city of Kamloops is so rich in western influence, there is a huge selection of western wear that will appeal to both the English and Western rider. Don’t be discouraged if cowboy boots and kerchiefs are not your thing, there are six main shopping areas that will lift your spirits via retail therapy, as well as several gift and souvenir shops with lots of keepsakes and treasures that will remind you of your visit for years to come. Meander down to the core of Kamloops and find yourself amid quaint boutiques, unique international merchandise, beautiful eveningwear, sports apparel and something for the gentlemen. There are several shopping malls and shopping centers in Kamloops that house all the big box names that you are used to seeing and several local and regional shops that you may not be so familiar with. Often this is where you will find the true treasures of shopping! Whether it is something that you wear or something for your home, it just feels good having something that not everyone else has!

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When you start moving away from the city center, you start to become immersed in local shops, art studios and farmers markets. Cache Creek and The Shuswap are home to many artisans whose one of a kind works can be found roadside or in studios along the way. The locals come together to proudly display and share those things that are near and dear to their hearts. You can find produce & veggies, baked goods, homemade & handmade soaps, woodwork, artwork, beadwork and all sorts of fancy work! The farmers markets are a great way to spend the morning finding gemstones that are truly unique. So, shopping is easy and fun in Kamloops and its surrounding communities. From local flare to big malls and shopping outlets, there is no question that you will seek and discover whatever it is that you are looking for. From specialty clothing boutiques to family stores and housewares to recreational goods and everything in between, Kamloops offers everything that you could possibly need!


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Big Boot Inn

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WHISPERS Located in the heart of downtown Kamloops on Victoria Street, The Big Boot Inn has been a locally owned and family run operation for over 50 years. We have quality footwear for men and women of all sizes. From sandals to snow boots, fancy dress shoes to work boots, casual to hikers, riding boots to walking shoes and much much more, The Big Boot Inn has the footwear for you. With a full time repair shop located on site, our experienced staff and cobblers can help find the right footwear and shoe accessories for you. 241 Victoria Street, Kamloops Tel: (250) 372-3551 ryan@bigbootinn.com www.bigbootinn.com Credit Cards: AE, DD, MC, VI Location: Map 5 – B2 GIFTS / SOUVENIRS

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Kamloop’s largest selection of adult products. Bringing you the finest adult toys, videos, body lotions, romantic adult games and lingerie. We have jokes and greeting cards as well as Gift Certificates! Come check out Kamloop’s Adult Superstore, Whispers! 414 Seymour St., Kamloops Tel: (250) 372-3269

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Looking for a special something to remember Kamloops? We have a variety of novelties, gifts & souvenirs proudly displaying our community and country. From coffee mugs, beer steins, key chains and shot glasses to t-shirts, teddy bears and blankets as well as so much more. We also have a great selection of jewellery too, the manager hand picks a wide assortment of necklaces, bracelets and earrings that are wearable memories of your time spent in Kamloops and the Thompson Okanagan. Be sure to check out

Located in the heart of uptown is Columbia Square which is a strip mall concept with stores like Urban Barn, Toys‘R Us, Office Depot and restaurants including Boston Pizza, Starbucks, McDonalds, Earl’s, A&W and more. 500 Notre Dame Dr., Kamloops Tel: (250) 372-5878 Location: Map 4 – D3

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ABERDEEN MALL Aberdeen Mall is the largest shopping centre in the Interior of British Columbia and has major stores like The Bay, Sears, Future Shop and Sport Chek as well as the Cineplex Odeon Theatre. 1320 West Trans Canada Highway Kamloops Tel: (250) 374-3400 www.aberdeenmall.ca Location: Map4 – C5

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ACCOMMODATION As all major highways & waterways converge in Kamloops, the accommodation choices are abundant and welcoming. This incredible city centre is full of warm, accommodating people. The community offers you whatever it is that you are looking for, no matter what, you will get a clean and comfortable room. Beyond that, you can choose to make it as extravagant or as simple as you want it to be. If you are drawn to Kamloops and the Thompson Okanagan for the host of accommodation options, you will be pleased to discover that there is something for everyone. From budget hotels to lakeside resorts, Kamloops offers a host of accommodation options that will suit every budget and taste. Many hotel properties are located along the Trans-Canada Highway but if you are looking for a more historic stay, head downtown to the Plaza Heritage Hotel and hunker down in a restored 1920’s boutique hotel. Each room is individually decorated and is quite a change from the rooms that you might find in the chain hotels. The region also offers a number of Bed & Breakfasts and Inns. You can choose from downtown suburban rooms to cozy upscale riverside retreats. Other alternatives are staying at a lakeside resort or a guest ranch.

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Many resorts offer indoor and heated outdoor pools, spas, tennis courts and weight & workout facilities. Most hotels and motels provide cable or satellite TV, wireless internet and in room refrigerators. Call ahead and check on available packages for golf, ski and spa getaways. Restaurants are frequently attached to motel and hotel complexes or the accommodations are located near places to eat. Sun Peaks Resort is located less than an hour drive north of Kamloops. Sun Peaks is a year round resort that offers skiing and snowboarding in the winter and lots of golfing, biking and hiking in the summer. There are many vacation rental options from budget hotel rooms to high end deluxe homes that will cater to all your needs. There are many RV options in the Thompson Okanagan from facilities with full hook ups to tent sites for those looking to get a little closer with Mother Nature. Deep in the heart of “cowboy country” lies Kamloops, where highways, mountains and rivers collide. Enjoy your stay!

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aCCENT INN KAMLOOPS

1325 Columbia Street West, Kamloops tel: (250) 374-8877 • fax: (250) 372-0507 email: kamloops@accentinns.com www.accentinns.com/kamloops

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Bear Country

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Best Western Plus Kamloops

660 Columbia Street West, Kamloops tel: (250) 374-7878 • fax: (250) 374-7871 www.bestwesternkamloops.ca

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Best Western Sicamous Inn

806 Trans Canada Highway E, Sicamous tel: (250) 836-4117 • fax: (250) 836-3116 toll free: 1-800-485-7698 www.sicamousinn.ca LOCATION: MAP 1B – A3

Canadas Best Value Inn

1200 Rogers Way, Kamloops tel: (250) 374-8100 • toll free:1 800-665-4467 fax: (250)374-3749 email: bestvalue_superview@shaw.ca www.canadasbestvalueinn.com

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Convenient location with views of the City. 38 Deluxe Guest Rooms, Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool, Guest Laundry Facilities, In-Room Fridge, and Coffeemaker & Free Local Calls. Next door to Kamloops Convention Center, close to Hospital, Aberdeen Mall, Tim Hortons, Liquor Store, Costco and other fine restaurants.

The Coast Kamloops Hotel & Conference Centre

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Country View Motor Inn

176 Comazzetto Road (E. Trans Canada Hwy), Kamloops tel: (250) 374-7222 • toll free:1 800-213-6673 email: countryview@telus.net www.countryviewmotorinn.com LOCATION: MAP 2 – F7

DAYS INN KAMLOOPS

1855 Rogers Place, Kamloops, BC tel: (250) 314-9889 • toll free:1 800-884-8862 fax: (250)314-0599 email: info@daysinn.ca www.daysinn.ca SEE AD DISPLAY ON PAGE 30 • LOCATION: MAP 7 – C2

Econo Lodge

775 Columbia St. West, Kamloops tel: (250) 372-8235 toll free: 1-800-589-1988 www.kamloops.com/econo-lodge SEE AD DISPLAY ON PAGE 32 • LOCATION: MAP 6 – B3

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HAMPTON INN KAMLOOPS 1245 Rogers Way, Kamloops tel: (250) 571-7897 • fax: (250) 571-7896 www.hamptoninn.hilton.com

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HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS KAMLOOPS 1550 Versatile Drive, Kamloops tel: (250) 372-3474 • toll free:1 866-898-7666 fax: (250) 372-1585 www.hiekamloops.com

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HOSPITALITY INN 500 West Columbia Street, Kamloops tel: (250) 374-4164 • toll free:1 800-663-5733 fax: (250)374-6971 email: hospitalityinn@kamloops.com www.hospitalityinn.kamloops.com

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Hotel Five540Forty

540 Victoria Street, Kamloops tel: (250) 372-2281 • toll free: 1-800-663-2837 email: reservations@hotel540.ca www.hotel540.ca

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HOWARD JOHNSON INN DOWNTOWN KAMLOOPS

530 Columbia Street, Kamloops tel: (250) 372-7761• toll free:1 800-533-9233 email: hjdowntownkamloops@yahoo.ca www.howardjohnsonkamloops.com LOCATION: MAP 5 – C4

Kings Motor Inn

1775 E. Trans Canada Hwy, Kamloops tel: (250) 372-2800 • toll free:1 800-661-6630 fax: (250)372-9466 email: kingsmotorinn@shaw.ca www.kingsmotorinn.ca LOCATION: MAP 2 – F7

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KNIGHTS INN BARRIERE

4347 Yellowhead Highway, Barriere tel: (250) 672-9423 • fax: (250) 672-5586 www.knightsinn.com

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Logan Lake Lodge

111 Chartrand Ave., Logan Lake tel: (250) 523-9466 www.loganlake.com

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MAVERICK MOTOR INN

1250 West Trans Canada Highway, Kamloops tel: (250) 374-9666 • toll free:1 800-668-6899 fax: (250) 374-5645 email: maverickinn@shawbiz.ca www.maverickmotorinn.com

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Monte Carlo Motel 4380 Highway 5, Barriere tel: (250) 672-9676 • toll free: 1-888-660-5050 www.montecarlomotelbarrierebc.com

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Pacific Host Inn & Suites 1820 Rogers Place, Kamloops tel: (250) 372-0952 • fax: (250) 372-0988

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PLAZA HERITAGE HOTEL

$99 $99 to to $157 $157

405 Victoria Street, Kamloops tel: (250) 377-8075 • toll free:1 877-977-5292 fax: (250) 377-8076 email: theplaza@telus.net www.plazaheritagehotel.com

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leave the rest to us Whether you’re coming for business or pleasure, let us look after your needs.

Kamloops

1.800.663.2832 / 250.374.0358 www.ramadakamloops.com 555 West Columbia Street

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The Prestige Harbourfront Resort & Convention Centre

251 Harbourfront Drive NE, Salmon Arm tel: (250) 833-5800 • fax: (250) 833-5858 email: SalmonArm@PrestigeHotels.ca www. PrestigeHotels.ca

High Season Rates Low Season Rates # of Rooms Fridge/Kitchen Complimentary Breakfast Restaurant/Café/Pub Wireless Internet Pets Welcome Air Conditioning Cable/Satellite/Movies Wheel Chair Access Exercise Room Indoor/Outdoor Pool Hot Tub/Sauna Meeting Rooms Convention Facilities Laundry Facilities

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quaaout lodge & Talking Rock Golf Resort 1663 Little Shuswap Road West, Chase tel: (250) 679-3090 • toll free: 1-800-663-4303 reservations@quaaoutlodge.com www.quaaoutlodge.com SEE AD DISPLAY ON PAGE 27 • LOCATION: GOLF MAP E3

Ramada Kamloops

555 W. Columbia St., Kamloops tel: (250) 374-0358 • toll free: 1 800-663-2832 email: ramada.kam@shawbiz.ca www.ramadakamloops.com SEE AD DISPLAY ON PAGE 31 • LOCATION: MAP 6 – B3

THE RIVERLAND INN & SUITES

1530 River Street, Kamloops tel: (250) 374-1530 • toll free:1 800-663-1530 email: riverlandinn@kamloops.com www.riverlandinn.kamloops.com LOCATION: MAP 2 - E7

Sandman Inn Cache Creek

987 Hwy 1 S., Cache Creek tel: (250) 457-6284 • fax: (250) 457-9674 toll free: 1-800-726-3626 www.sandmanhotels.com

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SANDMAN INN & SUITES Kamloops

550 Columbia Street, Kamloops tel: (250) 374-1218 • toll free:1 800-726-3626 fax: (250)314-0705 www.sandmanhotels.com

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Kamloops RV Park Your Base Camp for the Thompson Nicola

BC Wildlife Park Hottest Golf Destination Sport Fishing Hiking ®

1.800.589.1988 250.372.8235

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SCOTTS INN & RESTAURANT

High Season Rates Low Season Rates # of Rooms Fridge/Kitchen Complimentary Breakfast Restaurant/Café/Pub Wireless Internet Pets Welcome Air Conditioning Cable/Satellite/Movies Wheel Chair Access Exercise Room Indoor/Outdoor Pool Hot Tub/Sauna Meeting Rooms Convention Facilities Laundry Facilities $99 $84 to to $165 $145

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RV & CAMPING ACCOMMODATIONS Kamloops RV Park 9225 Dallas Drive, Kamloops tel: (250) 573-3789 fax: (250)573-4361 email: frontdesk@kamloopsrvpark.ca www.kamloopsrvpark.ca

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With its central location in Kamloops, the Travelodge Mountview is a perfect choice for an overnight stay or weekend getaway. Everyone enjoys complimentary wi-fi, continental breakfast, local calling, outdoor pool and indoor hottub. Within walking distance of dining, shopping and entertainment, make us your first choice when visiting Kamloops.

High Season Rates Low Season Rates # of Rooms Firewood/Firepits Picnic Table IWireless Internet Pets Welcome Cable/Satellite/Movies Water Hook-Up Sewer Hook-Up Wheel Chair Access Exercise Room Swimming Pool Hot Tub/Whirlpool Sewage Disposal Shower & Washroom Laundromat

Travelodge Mountview 1225 Rogers Way, Kamloops, BC tel: (250) 374-4788 • toll free: 1 800-667-8868 email: mountview@kamloops.com www.travelodge.com

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1225 Rogers Way Kamloops

(250) 374-4788

When quality and cleanliness count, make us your first choice!

Travelodge Mountview’s convenient location is close to attractions including Lake City Casino, Canada Games Aquatic Centre and Aberdeen Mall.

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DINING Let your taste buds guide you through the many different dining options in the region. Local or international, our kitchen or yours, tempting smells will lead the way. There are several local cafes and delis as well as many full service restaurants and coffee shops. If traditional ethnic food is your thing, then you will be in la-la land when see what Kamloops has to offer-- Italian, Japanese, Indian, Thai, Greek and Chinese. When you have such a broad range of restaurants and eateries it almost makes it more difficult to find a spot to dine because there are so many options… what a great problem to have! There are various patios and terraces throughout the city that will wow you while enjoying an afternoon drink and appie, or thrill you while sitting down to a delightful dinner overlooking the city. You can also enjoy golf course view and river view decks. If patios aren’t your style, not to worry, there are many spectacular options to choose from. Good food, great atmosphere and top notch service are all apart of dining out in Kamloops and

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the Thompson Okanagan. An astounding assortment of fresh, local ingredients are coupled with highly skilled chefs and set against a stunning backdrop of rivers, lakes and mountains. Fresh and local are two words that locals and “flavour seekers” take very seriously. The finest meats, veggies and fruits are all plucked in the backyards of these establishments. As you venture into the Thompson Okanagan, you will be pleasantly surprised at the variety of dining options that you will have. What about preparing your own meal? The communities surrounding Kamloops offer lots of alternatives for creating your own feast. Chase is home to some of the best corn that BC has to offer and they are more than happy to share it with you. For the more adventuresome, you can make your way to one of the regions pristine lakes and catch tonight’s dinner. Whatever you culinary excursion may be, this area has something for everyone... actually, this area has it all!

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TANTALIZING TASTES

Countless guests have celebrated the unique culinary skills of Executive Chef George Moutsos. His fusing of the finest Mediterranean, Mexican, and Latin influences with fresh local ingredients never fails to seduce, delight and satisfy. The ambience of the stunning clubhouse only adds to the fulsome Tobiano experience.

38 Holloway Dr. , Kamloops 1.877.373.2218 www.tobianogolf.com

With incredible views of Little Shuswap Lake, dining out at Jack Sam’s Restaurant at the Quaaout Lodge is a great way to treat yourself to something special. Our Executive Chef has designed menu selections to delight all and provides the fare expected at a world class hotel. Guests will find delicacies on the seasonal dinner menus which honour the First Nations traditions of the region.

1663 Little Shuswap Road, Chase 1.800.663.4303 www.quaaoutlodge.com

Set in a contemporary casual atmosphere, Crush takes several familiar dishes and drinks and adds a fresh and innovative new twist. To enhance your dining experience, Crush uses the freshest local ingredients and makes healthier choices for their menu. Executive Chef Melanie Fretwell has created a global menu that caters to all guests, including those with food allergies, without compromising taste or quality.

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DINING

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LAKE CITY CASINO

clubhouse only adds to the fulsome Tobiano experience. Entrees: $ 11.00 - $ 28.00 Appetizers: $7.00 - $ 15.00 Wine by the Glass: $ 7.00- $ 11.00 Wine: $ 31.00 - $ 64.00 Attire: Smart Casual Reservations: Recommended 38 Holloway Dr. , Kamloops Toll Free: 1.877.373.2218 info@tobianogolf.com www.tobianogolf.com credit cards: ae, dd, mc, vI location: GOLF Map A - 4

Located in the heart of downtown Kamloops at 540 Victoria Street, stop by and enjoy all your favourite slots and tables games in our brand new, recently renovated space! Adjacent to HotelFive540Forty, Lake City Casino Kamloops offers a new spot to grab a bite. Relax in our café & lounge and enjoy a delicious meal, light snack or your favourite cocktail! 540 Victoria Street, Kamloops Tel: (250) 372-3336 info@lakecitycasinos.com www.lakecitycasinos.com credit cards: ae, dd, mc, vI location: MAP 5 – C2 Clubhouse

Tobiano RESORT

While the on-course experience creates lasting memories, the dining experience is one that no gourmand can resist. Countless guests have celebrated the unique culinary skills of Executive Chef George Moutsos. His fusing of the finest Mediterranean, Mexican, and Latin influences with fresh local ingredients never fails to seduce, delight and satisfy. The ambience of the stunning 36 2013/2014

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Come in and enjoy the original taste of India, Kamloops’ finest Indian Cuisine. We have the best Indian buffet in town. Open Monday –Saturday, 11am-2pm, Dinner open 4:30pm – 9pm (Sunday 4-9pm) We do provide gluten-free, no MSG, alternative food for people with wheat allergies. Extensive selection of vegetarian dishes too. We are fully licensed. Catering available. Delivery available. Charges may apply. Appetizers: $4.95-$11.95 Entrees: $16.95-$19.95 Wine: $29.95-$32.95 Wine by the Glass: $4.95-$6.75 Attire: Smart Casual Reservations: Recommended 1-700 Tranquille Road, Kamloops Tel: (250) 376-4444 Fax: (778) 470-5604 E: spicekamloops@shaw.ca www.spicekamloops.com credit cards: VI, MC, DD, AE location: Map 3 – C5

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CHANCES

The most exciting gaming experience in the city is at Chances Kamloops! Enjoy our state of the art gaming centre with your favourite slot and bingo games available to play! And when you need a refreshing reason to take a delicious diversion, try the menu at the Barside Lounge and Grill. Its nonstop excitement... it’s never ending fun! With a newly expanded slot floor and free exciting live entertainment every Friday in the Barside Lounge & Grill, Chances is Your Best Bet For Entertainment! Appetizers: $4.99-$9.99 Entrees: $10.99-$18.99 Wine: $19.99-$26.99 Wine by the Glass: $4.99 Attire: Smart Casual Reservations: Recommended 1250 Halston Avenue, Kamloops Tel: (250) 554-1030 www.chanceskamloops.com Credit Cards: AE, DD, MC, VI Location: Map 3 – C4 RESTAURANT

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EAGLEPOINT GOLF RESORT

When you are done a wonderful day of golf, please come and visit our friendly staff in our Eaglepoint Restaurant and Lounge. Breakfast served Monday through Friday 8am – 12pm, Saturday/Sunday 7am – 12pm. Our Lunch menu has a variety of dishes we would love to serve you with Daily Features of the Day! With Cold Beer on tap and a great selection of Domestic


Appetizers: $6.99-$12.99 Entrees: $8.99-$23.99 Wine: $19.99-$45.99 Wine by the Glass: $6.49-$14.99 Attire: Smart Casual Reservations: Recommended 650 Victoria Street, Kamloops Tel: (250) 372-1980 Fax: (778) 471-5698 crushonvictoria@hotmail.com www.crushonvictoria.com

227 Victoria St. Kamloops Tel: (250) 377-7771 www.ricsgrill.com

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Beer, Liquor & Liqueurs, our Chef and Staff look forward to serving you, your family and friends. Sit down and enjoy the beautiful view from our outside covered deck-- A must see! Appetizers: $5.00 - $18.95 Entrees: $8.95 - $13.95 Wine: $27.00 Wine by the Glass: $5.50 Attire: Casual Reservations: No 8888 Barnhartvale Rd., Kamloops Tel: (250) 573-2453 Fax: (250) 573-4810 info@golfeaglepoint.com www.golfeaglepoint.com

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Jack Sam’s Restaurant

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RICS GRILL

Credit Cards: AE, DD, MC, VI Location: Map 2 – I7 SAUTE & GRILL CRUSH ON VICTORIA

With incredible views of Little Shuswap Lake, dining out at Jack Sam’s Restaurant at the Quaaout Lodge is a great way to treat yourself to something special.Guests will find delicacies on the seasonal dinner and catering menus which honour the First Nations traditions of the region such as Venison, Cedar Board Salmon Fillet, Buffalo or Elk Ragout, and our traditional “Chicken or Salmon” in Clay (48hrs notice required) to name just a few. By partnering with local producers, we are happy to offer our efforts towards a locally sourced menu in the spirit of the 100 Mile Diet. 1663 Little Shuswap Road, Chase, B.C. TF: 1.800.663.4303 www.quaaoutlodge.com

Ric’s Grill has gained an award winning reputation by combining superior product, service, setting and value: from Sterling Silver AAA beef to fresh fish and seafood specialties. Ric’s Downtown adds a Mediterranean flare to their already superb menu. Set in a contemporary casual Combining classic black with accents atmosphere, Crush takes several of gold, this is the place to be. Come familiar dishes and drinks and adds visit our Aberdeen location where a fresh and innovative new twist. To our friendly, knowledgeable staff will enhance your dining experience, take utmost care of you during your Crush uses the freshest local culinary excursion. A menu combined ingredients and makes healthier of traditional and original items with choices for their menu. Executive influences from around the world, Ric’s Chef Melanie Fretwell has created a chefs have a lot in store for you tonight. global menu that caters to all guests, Ric’s Grill is open seven days a week! including those with food allergies, Ric’s Grill: Traditional. Original. without compromising taste or Credit Cards: AE, DD, MC, VI 1175 Rogers Way, Kamloops quality. Location: GOLF MAP E3 Tel: (250) 377-3113

540 Victoria Street • Kamloops, BC 250.372.1980 • www.lakecitycasinos.com

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AREA MAPS

DISTANCE TO KAMLOOPS FROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . KM Banff, AB . . . . . . . . . . . . 492 Calgary, AB . . . . . . . . . 620 Edmonton, AB . . . . . . 800 Golden, BC . . . . . . . . . 358 Hope, BC . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Jasper, AB . . . . . . . . . . . 439 Kelowna, BC . . . . . . . .163 Merritt, BC . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Oliver, BC. . . . . . . . . . . . 264 Osoyoos, BC . . . . . . . . .286

CACHE CREEK

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TOBIANO

FROM . . . . . . . . . . . . . KM Penticton, BC . . . . . . . 231 Prince George, BC . . 525 Revelstoke, BC . . . . . . 210 Salmon Arm, BC . . . . 108 Seattle, WA . . . . . . . . . 464 Spokane, WA . . . . . . . 571 Vancouver, BC . . . . . . 355 Vernon, BC . . . . . . . . . .117 Victoria, BC . . . . . . . . . . 393 Whistler, BC . . . . . . . . 475

BARRIERE SUN PEAKS CHASE

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TOP 5 THINGS TO SEE & DO • Visit the Big Little Science Centre • Trek out to the McAbee Fossil Site for a look at ancient life in the Kamloops area • Take a ride into history aboard the KHR 2141 ‘Spirit of Kamloops’ steam locomotive • Enjoy a round at one of Canada’s best new golf courses • Head out to the lake for some stand up paddle-boarding

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INDEX

ACCOMMODATIONS Accent Inns 28 Alpine Motel 28 Bear Country 28, 29 Best Western Plus Kamloops 28 Best Western Sicamous Inn 28 Canada’s Best Value Inn 28 Coast Kamloops Hotel 28 Comfort Inn & Suites 28 Country View Motor Inn 29 Days Inn Kamloops 29, 30 Econo Lodge 29, 32 Four Points by Sheraton 29 Hampton Inn Kamloops 30 Holiday Inn Express 30 Hospitality Inn 30 Hotel Five540Forty 30 Howard Johnson Inn Downtown 30 Kings Motor Inn 30 Knights Inn Barriere 31 Logan Lake Lodge 31 Maverick Motor Inn 31 Monte Carlo Motel 31 Pacific Host Inn & Suites 31 Plaza Heritage Hotel 31 Podollan Inn Salmon Arm 31 The Prestige Harbourfront 31 Quaaout Lodge 27, 32 Ramada Inn 31, 32 The Riverland Inn & Suites 32 Sandman Inn Cache Creek 32 Sandman Inn Kamloops 32

Scotts Inn & Restaurant 33 The Thompson Hotel & Conference Centre 33 Travelodge Mountview 33 RV & Camping Accommodations Kamloops RV Park 32, 33 Activities BC Wildlife Park 16 , 17 Art Gallery Kamloops Art Gallery 16 Bingo/Casino Chances 15, 16 Car Rentals Budget Car & Truck Rental 16, 20 National Car & Truck Rental 16, 48 Casino Lake City Casinos 2 , 17 Heritage Train / Museum Kamloops Heritage Railway 16,17 Gifts/Souvenirs Kamloops Travel Centre 17 Golf Courses Copper Ridge Disc Golf 20 Eaglepoint Golf Resort 20, 23 Kamloops Golf & Country Club 20 McArthur Island 20 Mount Paul 20 Pineridge 20 Rivershore Estates & Golf Links 21 Sun Peaks 21 Sun Rivers Golf Resort 21 Sunshore 22

Talking Rock Resort The Dunes Tobiano Foot Wear Big Boot Inn Lingerie/Adult Store Whispers Real Estate Tobiano Shopping Centre Columbia Square Shopping Mall Aberdeen Mall Travel Centre Kamloops Travel Centre

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DINING Café / Lounge Lake City Casino 2 , 17, 36, 37 Clubhouse Tobiano 35, 36, 47 Indian Cuisine Spice 36 Lounge Chances 15, 36 Restaurant & Lounge Eaglepoint Golf Resort 23, 37 Saute & Grill Crush on Victoria 35, 37 Steak / Seafood /Chophouse Ric’s Grill 45 TRADITIONAL / LOCAL Jack Sam’s Restaurant 35, 37 Big White

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Incredible BC resort. Amazing opportunity.

Outstanding Resort, Golf, and Lake Lots available An oppotunity of your lifetime!

Lifestyle Homes:

Generous 1/4 acre Resort lots, from $189,900. Golf Bay lots on BC’s best course, from $249,900. Exceptional Lake lots, from $475,000. A genuine resort lifestyle for those who act now.

Presentation Centre Open Tuesday – Friday 9:30 to 5:00 Saturday – Sunday 10:00 to 4:00

See Why so Many are planning Their Future Resort Lifestyle at Tobiano ! Visit the Tobiano Presentation Centre for current lot offering with a generous five-year building window.

1-877-373-0055 www.tobianoliving.com

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