Visitors with disabilities can access and enjoy many attractions, activities and accommodations in Kamloops. Get outside and get active with Kamloops' accessible hot spots.
Tournament Capital Centre
The Tournament Capital Centre is fully wheelchair accessible. Lifts are available to access the pool and there are elevators to all floors.
Located near Downtown Kamloops, Riverside Park features a well-paved path that starts at the Japanese gardens and follows the River’s Trail towards Pioneer Park ending at the Red Bridge.
Peterson Creek Grasslands Loop Trail
From the Summit Drive entrance this trail is a great all-access trail that offers some beautiful views of the city. To access the parking area head up Summit Drive turning left onto Whiteshield Cresc. The parking area is immediately on your left.
The Rivers Trail
The Rivers Trail is a flat and scenic 40 km paved pathway that follows the Thompson River in Kamloops. Start the trail where the paved path meets Royal Avenue and there is ample parking. This is close to McArthur Island Park, a nice walking/ wheeling loop.
Widely accessible providing flat wide trails and ramps leading to every exhibit and you can even get on the train.
Isobel Lake Trail
Located 43 min from Kamloops on the Lac Du Bois / McQueen Isobel Lake Road. The trail offers one of the few wheelchair-accessible trails in the province and was fitted with some new upgrades to help accommodate guests of all physical abilities. The trail now has new benches, picnic tables, roadside barriers, footbridges and signage.
Kamloops Adapted Sports
An active, safe and fun environment for new participants and athletes seeking a more competitive experience in the Kamloops area. Their mission is to eliminate barriers and to improve overall fitness and performance by providing equipment and trained volunteers.
Sun Peaks Adaptive Sports (Two Chapters)
Provides opportunities for people with a wide range of disabilities to participate in adaptive snow sports and recreation programs at Sun Peaks Resort.
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