Kamloops, British Columbia sits on the convergence of the two rivers and Kamloops Lake, on the edge of the protected Lac Du Bois Grasslands. It is a very popular destination all year round and has become very popular with hikers and pony-trekkers.
The historical town that was once a bustling trading post is now a beautiful outdoor playground with a huge amount of activities and attractions on offer, making the most of the incredible landscape with a host of spring and summer activities.
Things to do in Kamloops
Kamloops, BC is full of attractions for families and couples alike and makes for an excellent stop-off point on any Canadian tour. Its rugged landscape is ideal for pony trekking, hiking and mountain biking and there are well-marked trails covering the local area. Kamloops also has a very popular local farmers’ market and the town is becoming an increasingly popular golfing destination with more than a dozen courses and includes the award-winning Tobiano course.
When to go to in Kamloops
Kamloops enjoys very clearly defined seasons with summer highs averaging around 28.3°C in July and average lows of -7.6°C in January.
Downtown Artwalk, 23 April
Kamloops Farmers’ Market, every Saturday
Sandman Inn and suites hotel is located on the North and South Thompson Rivers and offers a host of activities being in a central position, conveniently located near to the town centre.
Touring in Kamloops
Kamloops is included on the itinerary of most of our Rocky Mountaineer holidays - this iconic train being a wonderful way to tour the region.
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North & South Thompson Rivers
British Columbia Wildlife Park
Big little Science Centre
Kamloops Heritage Railway
Secwepemc Heritage Park
Kamloops Farmers’ Markets
Self-Guided Walking Brew Tour
Hot Nite Show n’ Shine
Music in the Park