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Cache Creek Travel Guide

Cache Creek, a city on the verge - resting along the Thompson Plateau at the junction of the Cariboo and Thompson Valleys. Visiting Cache Creek is also like stepping into an epic wild western film featuring a backdrop of open dry plains, rolling tumbleweed, a valley river with patchwork brush, stagecoaches, and the old town saloon beaconing. A relic of the gold rush with a desert climate, Cache Creek remains a popular stop for travelers, especially those who have made a point to follow the Historic Gold Rush Trail through British Columbia first traveled by pioneers over hundred years ago. Why not get on 'the trail' to Cache Creek?

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Brookside Campsite, Cache Creek
Brookside Campsite

1 km east of Cache Creek. Shaded pull-thru sites that can accommodate any size rig. Heated pool, free showers and campground...

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Historic Hat Creek Ranch, Cache Creek
Historic Hat Creek Ranch

Historic Roadhouse & Shuswap Native Village

(Accommodations, Adventures/Outdoors/Sports, Cabin/ Log cabin, Campground, Events/Festivals, Horseback riding, Kids & Teens, Museum, RV Park, Tours)
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