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Located 66 kms North of the city of Kamloops on Highway 5, Barriere, British Columbia is is nestled in the North Thompson Valley and surrounded by scenic BC Lakes and Rivers.

From sleeping under the stars to snoozing by a cozy fireplace on a comfy bed, the Barriere, Lower North Thompson Valley has private and provincial campsites for RVs, tents and, fishing lodges and resorts, guest ranches, hotels and motels are available.

Camping & RVing

The Lower North Thompson Valley is one of the best places to camp or bring your RV. From walk-in wilderness camping in British Columbia’s provincial parks, to RV parks fit for travellers who love their comfort, you’ll find it here. Several of the provincial campsites are only accessible by boat, others by dirt road, and the rest via paved road.

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The Lodges in the Lower North Thompson Valley are rustic and ready for you to have the best fishing adventure of a lifetime. Most of the fishing lodges are located on or near a lake. Cozy log cabins and home cooked meals await you after a day of fishing and exploring.

Guest Ranches
& Resorts

British Columbia Guest Ranches have become a popular must do vacation. For those who want to get their cowboy on and ride the range on a trusty steed, you’ve come to the right place. Several ranches are open year round so you can enjoy the changes to the breathtaking scenery from your canoe or your snowshoes.

Hotels, Motels
& Inns

Modern and comfortable amenities await travellers that stay in the Lower North Thompson Valley. Nestled just off of the Yellowhead Highway (5) and Highway 24 (known as The Land of Hidden Waters), Barriere is a popular stop-in destination as well. From down home comfort to pet friendly accommodations that welcome dogs as well as horses. We have the perfect place for you to rest after a day of exciting discoveries.

We respectfully acknowledge that The LNTTS is located in the Tk’emlúps te Secwe̓pemc territory that is situated in the southern interior of British Columbia within the unceded traditional lands of the Secwepemc Nation.