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Lac Le Jeune Provincial Park
1 km away from cabins
 

Nestled among an open stand of spruce, fir and regenerating young forest, Lac Le Jeune Park appeals to swimmers and anglers seeking an easily-accessible getaway spot. The park offers a diverse assortment of recreational activities including swimming, fishing, boating, hiking, biking, and nature appreciation. During the winter the area is used for cross-country skiing with no vehicle access.

The Gus Johnson trail circles the lake. through forest and skirting wet meadows. It is approx. 8 km in length. From the park there is access to the Gus Johnson trail and the extensive Stake Lake trail system. Stake Lake provides over 45 km of trails. Both trails are used for hiking, biking and cross-country skiing.

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Logan Lake
20 mins from cabins
 

Small town hospitality, loads of outdoor

recreation, restaurants/coffee shop, liquor store, groceries and home of the Leftfield Cider Co.

Logan Lake is also home to over 36 km of well-maintained  recreational trails for hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross country skiing & snowshoeing.

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Kamloops is located at the crossroads of the Coquihalla Highway, Yellowhead Highway, and Trans-Canada Highway. 

Kamloops is home to the Kamloopa Powwow, International Buskers Festival, Sport Chek Kamloops Marathon, Brewloops Beer Festival, and more.

Kamloop's backyard is a mix of rolling grasslands, sandstone slot canyons, hoodoos, and a whole lot of sagebrush. It’s a unique climate for the award-winning wineries in the Thompson Valley.

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