Kettle River Bunkhouse
Stay and experience over 100 years of history in the newly renovated bunkhouse by the Kettle River Museum. There are 6 bedrooms. Each room contains a bunkbed, locker, and desk, as well as linens and towels. The are two bathrooms with showers (one wheel chair accessible); full kitchen, large common area for dining and relaxing; and a locked compound for bikes and equipment.
The bunkhouse is available for individual or group reservations, you must book in advance through the office firstname.lastname@example.org. Rules and regulations will apply as this is a historic site.
One wheel chair accessible bathroom.
Reservation required. Contact email@example.com to book.
As Mile Zero of the Kettle Valley Railway, the KVR bike trail is right out the back door. Many visitors of the trail begin or end their journey right here.
The Kettle Valley Trail is part The Great Trail, a cross-Canada system of greenways, waterways, and roadways that stretches from the Atlantic to the Pacific to the Arctic oceans. The trail extends over 24,000 kilometres (15,000 miles).