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Parks & nature in Kamloops

Park
“With its beach, play park, spray park, and free live music in the park nightly from July 1st- August 31st every summer”
13local recommendations
Trail
“Excellent hikes and stunning views, all within the city! We recommend the access point on the north side at the Copperhead Dr. Exit from the TCH.”
12local recommendations
Park
“Found downtown Kamloops. A gem of a park with a waterfall. Great place for pictures if family. Quiet park.”
3local recommendations
Park
“Tournament capital of Canada. Excellent paved trail around the island. Bathrooms, excellent skate park, ball diamonds, frisbee golf, soccer fields, ice rink, curling, lawn bowling, butterfly garden, biking, concession.”
5local recommendations
Park
“Great beach for a river dunk on a hot day or to have a picnic or throw a frisbee around. ”
5local recommendations
Playground
“A favourite park in the downtown for the young ones. A large wading pool and lots of shade for those hot summer days!!”
2local recommendations
Park
“One block away. Dog park, kids waterpark, playground, basketball courts, pickle ball courts, neighbourhood garden, because gazebo, music in the park, yoga in the park, picnic area and washrooms.”
1local recommendations
Park
“Isobel lake is a gorgeous little lake close to Kamloops. Nice walking trail all around the lake which you can walk, bike, and I think its even wheel-chair accessible. A good lake for fishing, and checking out the wildlife. Other good hiking trails around the area too. The road getting in there can be a bit iffy at times (depending on the season) so make sure you have 4 wheel drive. ;) ”
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Trail
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Premise
“Well-marked hiking trails in healthy grassland ecosystem. Good views of the silt bluffs through the valley. ”
1local recommendations
River
“If you walk to the end of my street (East) you will be at River's trail. This is a popular path along the north Thompson river, used my pedestrians and bicyclists. You can walk along the trail towards the south, where you can cross the river via the Overlanders Bridge to get downtown. You can also connect with a different section to head west, towards the airport. ”
1local recommendations
Park
“Great park including Dog Park and petting zoo for kids (goats, lamas, exotic birds)”
1local recommendations
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