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Thompson Shuswap Parks and Places


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Skimikin Lake
Skimikin Lake
A recreation lake with a quiet recreation campground with hiking, biking and horseback riding and snowshoeing trails.... Read more
Juniper Beach Provincial Park
Juniper Beach Provincial Park
Juniper Beach Provincial Park is a small campground park surrounded by a few trees, sagebrush, juniper and pear cactus located on the shores of the mighty Thompson River east of the community of Cache Creek, British Columbia, Canada. ... Read more
Pioneer Park
Pioneer Park
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.... Read more
Riverside Park
Riverside Park
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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Leighton Lake
Leighton Lake
Fishing, canoeing, boating, camping, horseback riding, birdwatching, motor biking, hiking, atving, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling are some of the activities most enjoyed in the area.
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Roche Lake Provincial Park
Roche Lake Provincial Park
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.... Read more
Paska Lake
Paska Lake
The lake is a very popular destination for many who like lake activities. On the shores of the small lake is a wilderness forestry campground with a day use area, pit toilets and a roof top boat launch. The lake attracts people to the park for the fishing, camping, swimming, picnicking.... Read more
Tunkwa Provincial Park
Tunkwa Provincial Park
The 5100 hectare Tunkwa Provincial Park consists of 3 campgrounds, an extensive trail system and two main lakes - Tunkwa and Leighton Lakes. The park is a summer destination for all who enjoy fishing, hiking, boating, canoeing, atving, motor biking, birdwatching, mountain biking and horseback riding... Read more
Canoe Beach
Canoe Beach
Popular sandy beach destination in the region for summer enthusiasts who enjoy swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, beachcombing, sea-doing, canoeing, water-skiing, and sun worshiping. ... Read more
Kenna Cartwright Park
Kenna Cartwright Park
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. ... Read more
Waterfront Raven Trail
Waterfront Raven Trail
The 4.4 kilometre one-way, easy-going walking trail provides great views of the bay and the many birding opportunities in the region. No trip to Salmon Arm should be without a visit to the waterfront and its long wooden pier and birding sanctuary walking trails exploring Nature Bay. ... Read more
Shuswap Lake Provincial Park
Shuswap Lake Provincial Park
First established in 1956 the 149 hectare Shuswap Lake Provincial Park is a full service destination park popular for swimming, boating, water skiing, sightseeing, canoeing, hiking, camping, snorkeling, wind surfing and fishing... Read more
Rivers Trail
Rivers Trail
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. ... Read more
Malakwa Suspension Bridge
Malakwa Suspension Bridge
The Malakwa Suspension Bridge spans over the Eagle River in the community of Malakwa, British Columbia, Canada. The 1915 bridge was originally built by the local farmers to connect to the community and their fields. ... Read more
Albert McGowan Park
Albert McGowan Park
Albert McGowan Park includes a couple of well maintained ball diamonds, playground, water park and community centre. Onsite is a brick building housing some washrooms and change rooms... Read more
Face Lake
Face Lake
Face Lake attracts people who enjoy the outdoors while fishing, camping, canoeing, boating, motor biking, snowmobiling and offroading. The lake is also in the vicinity of the Chuwhels Motorcycle Trail and is part of the Logan Lake Snowmobile Trail System.
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