In a Nutshell...
Like many Gold Country communities, the Village of Cache Creek was raised from the dust of the Gold Rush era. Located along the Bonaparte River, at the junction of two valleys and waterways, Cache Creek proved a natural supply location for fur traders and gold rush miners alike.
Located at the junction of the Trans Canada Highway 1 and 97 North, Cache Creek offers all the services necessary to comfort travelers. You will find an excellent selection of accommodations, dining and service facilities to make your stay enjoyable and comfortable. Tantalizing meal choices run from juicy burgers to delicious Chinese cuisine; tasty Greek to delectable fruit wines and home style desserts. Settle in for a perfect nights rest in one of the friendly accommodations; spotless motels&inns, shaded, lazy campgrounds or a pampering bed&breakfast.
The distinct semi-arid desert climate is unique and provides a perfect back-drop for many wonderful family vacation opportunities in all seasons. Hiking, mountain biking, cycling, ATV-ing, sports, outdoor adventures, fishing, swimming, golfing, camping, First Nations activities, fossils and more amazing back road adventures await your visit to the Cache Creek region. Winter excites the senses with an abundance of snowmobiling locations, ice fishing, tobogganing, pond skating, photography or just an opportunity for escape to a sunnier climate.
Where are We...
81 km West of Kamloops & 350 km North of Vancouver
Average daytime summer temperature: 29.6C
Average daytime winter temperature: -6C
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The Official Gold Country Visitors Guide
Box 933 Cache Creek, BC V0K 1H0
Gold Country Tourism www.exploregoldcountry.com
Village of Cache Creek www.cachecreekvillage.com