Kamloops Parks and Trails

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The 1.3 km long trail leading to Gibraltar Rock is all uphill and considered semi-challenging. The trail starts uphill slowly and then continues uphill all the way to the viewpoint. It is a slow gradual climb to the peak with some
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During the summer the park enjoys activities including hiking, wilderness camping, mountain biking, ATVing, horseback riding and fishing for trout in Deep Lake. In the winter months the area is a xc ski and snowshoe destinations.
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This Kamloops park is a popular destination for swimming, sun tanning and picnicking. It is also a starting point for many who enjoy hiking, rollerblading and jogging along the Rivers Trail.
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Pioneer Park is influenced by a railroad theme. Onsite is a few railway cars on display dedicated to the railway of old. And from the sandy beach one can see in the distance the CN Railway Bridge crossing the river.
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Prince Charles Park is an ideal destination for families with small children in Kamloops, BC, Canada because the park has a wheelchair accessible playground and wading pool.
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Roche Lake Provincial Park is a rugged and remote nature park consisting of seven lakes on the Thompson Plateau located south of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. The wilderness park is measured at 2,041 hectares and is best explored along a series of very rough gravel roads.
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Paul Lake Provinical Park is only a half hour drive northeast of Kamloops, B.C., Canada in the Thompson-Shuswap region of British Columbia, Canada. This park features a beautiful blue lake, a 7 kilometre hiking trail, a campground and a 400 metre white sandy beach.
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Peterson Creek Nature Park in Kamloops, BC, Canada is a protected watershed park covering over 423 hectares popular for hiking, biking, dog walking, birding, sightseeing and wildlife viewing
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Stake Lake is a wilderness recreation destination located southwest of Kamloops , British Columbia, Canada. It is a popular spot for hiking, mountain biking, fishing and nordic skiing. Although, it is important to note that the Stake Lake region is designed to cater to the nordic skiing crowds dur
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trail-up-hikers (3)
The park encompasses over 800 hectares of slope on
Mount Dufferin. The highlights include a wide assortment of recreation trails (40 kilometres) and some fantastic views overlooking Kamloops and the Thompson Rivers.
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Rivers Trail is a 40+ kilometre paved community path exploring the shores of the Thompson and North Thompson Rivers in and around the community of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.
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McConnell Lake-Lake Shore Loop Trail is another lesser-known gem for hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, snowshoeing and cross country skiing located on the shores of McConnell Lake near the community of Kamloops, British Columbia
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McArthur Island Park rests on the Thompson River. A location providing great river views for many who enjoy cycling, lawn bowling, golfing, sightseeing, jogging, biking, skateboarding, tennis, walking, birding, baseball, frisbee, football, picnics, etc.
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Overlander Park is a sandy beach park located on the Thompson River in the community of Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada.
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Whitewood Lake is a very remote recreation lake destination deep in the back country forests located north of Kamloops, British Columbia Canada. The lake is a popular wilderness destination for fishing, camping, canoeing and mountain biking
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