Places to stay in Cache Creek, British Columbia
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Cache Creek is a junction community 350 km northeast of Vancouver in Canada. It is on the Trans-Canada Highway in the province of British Columbia at its junction with northbound Highway 97. It was originally at the intersection of the Cariboo Wagon Road and the road to Savona's Ferry on Kamloops Lake. Its name is derived, apparently, from a cache or buried and hidden supply and tradegoods depot used by the fur traders of either the Hudson's Bay Company or its rival the Northwest Company. Local dining options include Manies Grill And Pizza, Dairy Queen Grill & Chill, Husky Restaurant, and Ashcroft River Inn.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the community, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Cache Creek is located close to Crater Creek, Shetland Creek, Chilhil Indian Reserve 6, MacLaren Creek and Seton River.
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Although still very active with traffic, Cache Creek was extremely busy for a few decades before the Trans-Canada Highway was superseded by the newer and shorter Coquihalla Highway, which bypasses the Fraser and Thompson River Canyons between Hope and Kamloops via Merritt, about 60 miles southeast.
Other local Cache Creek information.
- Longitude: -121°19'19.2
- Latitude: 50°48'53.28
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- Cache Creek Bed & Breakfast located at Po Box 129 closed or delisted.
- Evergreen Fishing Resort at 1820 Loon Lake Road may have been previously known as Evergreen Fishing Resort