Flavours. Sip. Slurp. Swig.
Since the dawn of the 19th century, throughout the majestic yet rugged days of fur trading, gold mining and river boating, the desert region now known as Kamloops has been a hub and a hotspot for thirst quenching and hunger quelling refreshment. Not a whole lot has changed.
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Markets and Farms
Kick off the weekend at the downtown Farmers’ Market. All essential elements for delicious days off are happening in one place. Load up on local produce, baked goods, meat products, soaps, crafts and jewelry. People watch, sample flavors, chat with vendors, get into the mix! When cooking for yourself and others just won’t do, there is a multitude of darling and delectable eateries, pubs and food trucks simply teeming with taste sensations. Pair everything with local beer, wine and cider, because you know...culinary expression and exploration.
Blackwell Dairy Farm
7000 Blackwell Road
Happy cows make happy milk, sour cream, ice cream and cheese.
Kamloops Regional Farmers Market
Our vision is of a community that offers strong support to it’s local agricultural base, ensuring healthy, available food produced in an environmentally and socially conscious way for future generations. Wed & Sat.
Desert Hills Ranch
3 Old Mill Road
Green house, farm market, and pumpkin patch. Feed and pet the baby animals.
Hilltop Garden Farms
1236 Trans Canada Hwy
Fresh locally grown produce right from the yard. Located on a heritage site, the former home of James Teit.
Golden Ears Fruit Stand
5848 VLA Road
Organic corn, berries, veggies, and fruit.
Horsting's Farm Market
2540 Hwy 97 North
Honey, fruit pies, veggie and fruit stand.
Pete Murray's Corn Farm
5973 VLA Road
Fresh fruit, corn, pumpkins, and hay rides.
Suede Hills Organic Farm
Thompson River Dr
Green leaf stevia and caffeine-free teas.
Imbibing expertly crafted beverages via local growers, wine makers and brewers is always an excellent choice. You can drink practically at any time of the day, and say “SO what if it’s 9am, and it’s out of a coffee cup, Susan? This is a Privato Pinot!”Nobody in their right mind could argue. You’re supporting the local economy, and that’s just good for everybody.
2761 Shuswap Road
The first winery to open in KamloopsHarper’s Trail Estate Winery, named for the cattle drive “trail” of pioneer rancher Thaddeus Harper, is the first winery from Kamloops.
Monte Creek Ranch Estate Winery
2420 Miner’s Bluff Road
Forging a new era of exploration for the Thompson Valley, Monte Creek Ranch offers the next frontier in winemaking.
Privato Vineyard & Winery
5505 Westsyde Rd
The second winery in Kamloops, Privato Vineyard and Winery is a family-run, 80-acre farm that has released their first wines.
589 Meadow Lark Rd
Sagewood Winery is a family-owned and operated boutique winery and is the result of years of dedication, patience and attention to detail.
Breweries & Cidery
Breweries & Cidery
If the brewpub is more your style, fear not! Kamloops is known for it’s quirky, quaint, unassuming, and stylish sipping spots. With three craft beer breweries in the city, there is a staggering selection of local and international beers and ciders. Beyond the beverages, soak in the relaxed atmosphere, and experiment with pairings of handcrafted brews and unique menu items. Banish beer boredom, in fact, never have the same beer twice if you really want to continuously surprise and delight your delicate palette.
Red Collar Brewing
355 Lansdowne Street
Red Collar is a craft brewery located in downtown Kamloops, with an 80 seat tasting room. There are no TV’s, just people, beer and with some luck, great music from time to time.
The Noble Pig Brewhouse
650 Victoria Street
A place that makes amazing food & beer accessible to all. While selling a creative menu that is made up of market fresh ingredients that are prepared with honest and classic techniques.
Left Field Cider Co.
Established in the heart BC's interior, Left Field Cider Co. is a family owned business, making traditional cider in small batches.
Wine & Brew Tours
Wine & Brew Tours
Not only do the semi-arid conditions and diverse microclimates make for excellent hiking, biking and every activity in between, it also makes for spectacular wine. Explore the Flavours Trail, travel throughout the Thompson Valley, lap up the beauty
surrounding the North and South Thompson Rivers, and discover a bevy of bright, balanced and award-winning wines.
ACT Adventure Tours
Incorporated in 1893, Kamloops’ history predates to the times of First Nations, fur traders and Gold Rush. This downtown walking tour will reveal how Kamloopsians once lived, worked and played. Throughout the tour, sample local wine & beer with locally sourced light plates.
Make memories and mark milestones with DiVine Tours.Treat yourself to a day of fun filled wine tasting at your favourite BC wineries and leave the driving to us.
Creating BIG memories through small adventures.Tailgate Tours is a Kamloops based tour company that offers a variety of safe, fun activities in the Thompson River Basin area.
Relax and tour in style and comfort with TasteFull Excursions, the first Kamloops transportation service specializing in local Wine & Flavours Trail tours.
Wine Lovers Tours
Join us for an unforgettable day of sipping and savouring.Our knowledgeable tour guides provide a fun and informative outing for groups of any size – whether it’s just a couple of friends getting together or an entire wedding party, you can be sure to have a memorable experience in BC wine country.