Accommodations

Rest Inn
233 Main Street
(250) 455-2334
www.restinnlytton.com
restinnlytton@gmail.com
Now offering monthly rentals http://www.lytton.ca/sites/lytton.civicwebcms.com/files/media/rest%20inn%20rentals.pdf

Totem Motel
320 Fraser Street
(250) 455-2321
www.totemmotellytton.com

Lytton Hotel
548 Main Street
(250) 455-2211
https://www.facebook.com/Lytton-Hotel-137783976232826

Lytton Pines Motel
150 Trans-Canada Hwy
(250) 455-2322

Tiny House Getaway

Kent Road, Lytton

(778) 254-0036

airbnb.ca/h/tinyhousegetaway

Kumsheen Rafting Resort
Trans-Canada Hwy, 6 kms NE of Lytton
1-800-663-6667
www.kumsheen.com

Provincial Parks and Campgrounds

Stein Valley Nlaka’pamux Heritage Park:The Stein Valley is one of the last protected watersheds in southwestern British Columbia. Stein Valley Nlaka’pamux Heritage Park encompasses a wilderness area of 107,191 hectares with 150 km of hiking trails and several user-maintained wilderness campsites. The Park is known for its spectacular scenery and important historical, cultural and spiritual values. Hiking opportunities range from easy day hikes to multi-night backpacking trips over moderate to difficult terrain, including four cable crossings over the Stein River. Visitors must be self-sufficient and prepared for any conditions. http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/stein_val/

Skihist Provincial Park is a convenient overnight camping spot only a few kilometres north of Lytton on the Trans-Canada Highway. Situated high above the Thompson River, the park encompasses a section of the old Cariboo Wagon Road, once used by the gold rush pioneers. The day-use picnic area, which opens in early spring, offers a breathtaking viewpoint of White Canyon and the scent of the area’s Ponderosa pine and sagebrush. This campground serves as a popular base camp for visitors enjoying river rafting, fishing and exploring of the Thompson River area. http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/skihist/

Right on the Thompson River, the 5 hectaresGoldpan Provincial Park is the park of choice for anglers. Constructed in 1956 on the banks of the Thompson River,it is a convenient overnight camping spot for travelers on Hwy #1 and is a destination site for fishermen during peak fishing times. This is also a popular base camp for visitors enjoying guided river rafting, and exploring the Thompson/Pavilion area. It’s an area rich in geological and human history. http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/goldpan/

Jade Springs Campground is a 7 acre campsite overlooking the Thompson River Valley, located 2 kms north of Lytton at on the Trans-Canada Highway. Reservations are required and can be made by calling (250) 455-2504.

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