Category - Food & Drink

Kamloops is a growing wine destination. The first winery opened here in 2012 and over the last 6 years, has grown to include 175 acres under vine, four wineries producing award-winning varietals, and a Kamloops Wine Trail that is quickly attracting the attention of wine aficionados.
As the fall weather turns cooler, you can still eat local in Kamloops. On November 7, the Kamloops Farmers' Market launches its weekly Wednesday indoor market at St. Andrews on the Square. Find squash, carrots, beets, and more through December 19. “It’s a good place for visitors to take in the local community and shop for preserves, jams, and crafts,” says market manager Greg Unger.