Duration : About 90 minutes
Schedule : 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (6:00 p.m. in July/August)
Season : May 1 to September 30
Location : Cache Creek
Take a trip back in time to the Gold Rush era at this authentic historic site!
Hat Creek Ranch was a key location where miners would stock up on supplies during their long trip North.
Interpreters in period costume will take you on a guided tour of a real ''roadhouse'' and a Shuswap Native Village.
During your visit you will have the opportunity to take a ride in a real stagecoach, like the ones used to travel in days gone by!
|Season||Adult||0 to 5 yrs old|
|2023/05/01 to 2023/09/30||$17||$17|
* The prices include access to the historic site with guides, a wagon ride and the applicable taxes.
* There is a restaurant on location.
British Columbia 99 &, BC-97, Cache Creek, (BC)
Nice but nothing exceptional
(Translated by Google) Nice stop to cut the journey between Whistler and Clearwater but the stop is not essential. The village is small and there was no animation. The visit is done with just a small pamphlet (French version available). On the other hand, the "homemade" of the restaurant is really good
(Translated by Google) Frankly, no interest....
a nice break of 1h30 on the road between Clear water and Japser
(Translated by Google) Nice, especially to do with the family. Great activities for children including the search for gold nuggets or other precious stones. The village remained in its own juice. Beautiful explanations on the life of the populations at the time of the first nations.