If you like the heat and don’t mind missing out on May snowstorms, then Kamloops is the place for you.

B.C.’s third largest metropolitan area offers a wide variety of lifestyle, cultural and recreational opportunities that you won’t find elsewhere.

With 200 lakes, 13 golf courses, several mountain bike trails and a world-class ski hill all within an hour drive, Kamloops has the outdoor enthusiast covered.

Kamloops proudly holds the title of Tournament Capital of Canada, showcasing over 100 annual sports tournaments for hockey, baseball, curling, and more. The city’s top-notch sports facilities like the Tournament Capital Centre, Kamloops Bike Ranch, and the Tournament Capital Ranch are just a few sports attractions.

Kamloops is also home to a variety of educational environments such as: three private schools, a French immersion school, an Autistic program, and the largest university in the province north of Vancouver.

Downtown Kamloops offers historical tours of buildings and the railway that initially came through town. In the evening, Kamloops features a variety of fine-dining experiences that will satisfy any variety of appetites, as well as art and theatre, and during the summer, you will find free entertainment every night at Riverside Park.

The population and economy of Kamloops is booming, as the word is out that Kamloops is a great place to be.