Tranquille Farm Fresh in Kamloops, British Columbia

Tranquille Farm is a historic farm site over 149 years old, located in the city of Kamloops British Columbia, 15 minutes from downtown.  It is located in a stunning setting nestled between the shores of Kamloops Lake to the south and the famous Lac Du Bois Grasslands Park to the north.  The protected Tranquille Wildlife Management to the east and the Tranquille Ecological Reserve to the west complete a quartet of neighbours most farmers would die for.

The Tranquille Farm is being reborn as a leading edge urban farm that will be integrated into the Tranquille on the Lake development.  Forty one thousand square feet of magnificent historic barns and other farm buildings have been restored and will be serving the new community as a market centre where urban food research, crop production, value added food production, and culinary skills will be pursued and celebrated.  Simply put, their vision is to be the industry leader in the art of urban farming inside of a sustainable master planned community.



Tranquille Farm Fresh Market

Visit the Tranquille Farm Fresh Market housed in the newly restored calf barn! 

2014 Season: May 31st - Late October

Saturdays & Sundays - 9am to 3pm.

Partners for the 2013 season include Hoodoo Ranch supplying certified organic eggs, fruit and berries. Fieldstone Organics provide ancient and heritage grains, cereals and legumes. You can also grind your grains in to flour and flake your oats right on the site. High quality German made grinders and flakers are also sold in the market. Ted's Trout is also partnering with Tranquille Farm Fresh to provide local trout, fresh, frozen or smoked. Dominion Creek Ranch is a 5th generation ranch that supplies grass fed, antibiotic and hormone free beef, pork and lamb.

Local Honey is sold from Dominion Creek Ranch as well as Tranquille’s own honey will be available later in the season.

If you don't have time to head out to Tranquille Farm Fresh you can still find them Wednesday mornings at the Kamloops Downtown Farmers' Market.


Corn Maze

Starting August 30, 2014, Tranquille Farm Fresh will present the grand opening of their Corn Maze, a 6+ acre, mind-bending experience challenging explorers of all ages. Paths are cut through 10 foot high corn and clues are provided to help navigate through the maze. The Maze will be available to the public on the weekends (Saturdays & Sundays 9am to 3pm) and during the week by group appointment only.  The grand finale wrap-up event of the maze will be held on October 26.





Corn Maze Extravaganza

With actors, fog, lights, music and scary sounds, the Corn Maze Extravaganza is a Halloween favourite! It will be available October 24, 25 & 26, 2014. Click here, for more information.

Check out the video of Tranquille Farm Freshs' Corn Maze!



Tranquille Farm Fresh Guided Tours

Tranquille Farm Fresh offers a variety of guided tours sure to entertain and interest everyone.

How do I book a time and purchase a ticket?

Booking may be done through Kamloops Live Box Office or by visiting the Tranquille Farm Fresh market on the weekend and purchasing tickets directly. If buying directly at the market, it is recommended to call first to check availability. Be sure to arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled and confirmed tour time!

Please note that tour times are subject to change without notice.



NEW - Guided Tunnel Tours

It is estimated that between the 1920s and mid-1970s, two kilometres of tunnels were built beneath the old Tranquille sanatorium and former tuberculosis hospital. In a one hour, fun filled experience; tunnel goers will venture into the tunnel system and learn about its secrets as well as embark on a wagon tour of the old Tranquille village by night.


This year you are invited to participate in an hour long moon lit 1914 love story, set against the magical landscape of the Tranquille King Edward Sanatorium, it's mysterious underground village and tunnel system. From the chaos of WW1 trench warfare to the haunting peacefulness of Tranquille you and your friends will experience a one of a kind night!

Nat Nesbith, a World War 1 war correspondent, and Mary Ferguson, a nurse in training, meet at the Tranquille Sanatorium in 1914 when Nat arrives for treatment of his tuberculosis. Their common love of journalism brings them together as they seek to tell a story authorities do not want told through an underground newspaper called “The Tranquillian”.

The Tranquillian Soldier tunnel tours are running from September 5th to November 2nd, 2014.

There are three tours each night at 7:45pm, 8:45pm, and 10:00pm.

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Guided Heritage Tours

A heritage tour that unpacks 6,000 years of history including:

  • Aboriginal hunters & gatherers
  • Early days of the Hudson’s Bay Company
  • River Commerce of the 1800′s
  • The tale of two family’s empires
  • The betrayal of a widow
  • The rise & fall of two medical institutions
  • Read the stories and the names in the tunnels of other visitors
  • See the fire hall and the 3 restored vehicles from the vintage car club
  • A walk through a section of the tunnels and learn about their history and purpose

TOUR TIMES:  Saturday 11 am &  Sunday 1 pm.

You can buy your tickets at the market. Dress appropriate for the weather. Tour times are subject to change without notice. The tour takes approximately 1.5 hours

Wheelchair friendly trailer (please notify us in advance so we are prepared).

Cost including tax: $20 / person. Children under 5 are free.

For more information, please click here or call Tranquille Farm Fresh at 250-434-9690.

Guided Bird, Wildlife and Eco Nature Tours

Experienced guides Rick Howie, Cindy McCallum, Joan Best, Frank Ritcey and Ken Lipinski from the Naturalists Club in Kamloops will guide you on two hours of adventure and fun observing and photographing the birds and wildlife of Tranquille. Learn about the Bobolink, Sharp-tailed Grouse, Great Blue Heron, Pelicans, Lewis’s Woodpecker, Painted Turtle, Black Bears, Deer, and California Big Horn Sheep that ebb and flow across this ancient fertile delta. These tours are walking tours, please arrive dressed for the weather and the terrain.

Please click here for specific dates and tours available.


Guided Gold Panning Tours

Two hours of adventure and fun searching for gold in the waters of the Tranquille River, working in the shadow of the miners who discovered 3,000 ounces of gold there in 1857. Use century-old gold panning techniques and learn about the impact of Placer mining on the natural environment of the Tranquille River.

Tour Times: Sundays (10am-12pm) from August 18 - September 8, 2013, dependent on interest and demand.

Gold Pan provided or bring your own.

Please contact Tranquille Farm Fresh (250-434-9690) to confirm dates and times and to book your tickets.



Contact Tranquille Farm Fresh

4600 Tranquille Road, Kamloops, BC

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Phone: 250-434-9690