Recreation in Kamloops
You can access all information about recreations in the city of Kamloops from here. The 2017 parks and recreation summer activity guide for Kamloops you can access here and 2016 fall guide is here. Kamloops Community YMCA offers a lot of local recreational programming. Kamloops is considered Canada’s Tournament Capital (CTC). Information on all CTC events and facilities is here. The history on how Kamloops became CTC you can read here.
The City of Kamloops understands that recreation is an important part of healthy living. Our goal is to improve the health and wellness of all people in our community. ARCH is a subsidy program that makes it possible for people with a limited income to participate in a variety of recreational activities. Overview of accessible recreation in Kamloops you can find here. Overview of all city parks with maps can be found here.
Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc promotes & ensures the physical, mental, emotional & spiritual well-being of our First Nations individuals, families & communities. You can access the recreation Tk’emlúps te Secwepemc events from here. To access information about all BC recreation sites and trails please click here. TRU has a number of recreation classes. For more information click here. Facebook also lists all the recreation resources that have facebook pages. If you want to know what comes next to recreation facilities in Kamloops listen to the CBC radio.
Venture Kamloops lists a number of recreational opportunities in Kamloops including skiing and snowboarding, hiking, golf, water sports, and mountain biking. This page contains an online directory of Sports & Recreation businesses and services located in and around the Greater Thompson-Nicola region, or those of interest to people in the region.
If you want to consider joining the running club and be part of the boogie the bridge movement here is information about running clinic and boogie the bridge promotional video