Lillooet Pavilion Mountain Loop

Historic Hat Creek Ranch

(BC Heritage photo)

Cache Creek


Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Park in BC (JF Bergeron photo)

Cache Creek has two provincial parks – Juniper Beach and Arrowstone – that offer great fishing, hiking, swimming, and camping in summer, and snowshoeing in winter.

An abundance of wildlife also makes these parks a good location for wildlife photography and bird watching.

Juniper Beach Provincial Park

Juniper Beach Provincial Park (260ha/642ac ) is close to the Thompson River and offers easy access to a variety of outdoor activities. It's a popular place for fishing, hiking, and photography. The park attracts campers, boaters, kayakers, canoeists, and anglers. The Thompson River is the location of an important Steelhead salmon run. It is important for boaters to check river conditions before launching, as waters can get a bit rough. The first-come first-served, campground has 30 RV and tenting campsites, rugged river trails, fresh water taps, picnic tables, electric hook ups, pit toilets, fire pits, a sani-dump and hot showers.

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