Author: Amy Watkins

Amy Watkins, a British-born travel and food writer. She can be found exploring Stanley Park, hiking in the rainforest with her bulldog, Rick James; tackling waves and tacos in Tofino; or eating her way around the province on a food-focused road trip.

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Sponsored What shines brighter in the summer? Our sunshine or the smiles of the Kamloopsians ready to give you a warm welcome?! If you really want to get a taste of the fun side of Kamloops this summer, try these five ways to do summer in the city like a local.
Say cheers to the changing colours of autumn and head to Kamloops at harvest time to work up a thirst by hiking, biking, climbing or paddling among the fall foliage. Cooler nights follow the warm days, so cozy up at a local brewery, dig into your dinner, and try one of these seasonal craft brews.
Expect a warm welcome in Kamloops’ arts and culture scene, where venues are working hard to break down barriers to enjoying live performances, films, and galleries. There’s an inclusive space for everyone whether you’re looking for wheel-chair accessible exhibitions, scent-free spaces, or adapted theatre performances designed for people with lighting and noise sensitivities.