Oasis Hotel

1064 S Trans-Canada Hwy, Cache Creek, British Columbia, BC V0K 1H0, Canada | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1064 S Trans-Canada Hwy, Cache Creek, is near Hat Creek Ranch.
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Travel Blogs from Cache Creek

First day on the road...

A travel blog entry by randysmithmba on Jul 12, 2014

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We left in the late afternoon and started driving north; we ended up in a nice little town called Cache Creek. We stayed at the Brookside RV Park. There was a nice little brook/stream running through the property. Karen and I dipped our feet into the cool water. It was good that we were at a regular park so we could plug in and have A/C. Yes, we are ...

Xaxli'p Band

A travel blog entry by jware on Jul 18, 2013

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... said he would probably decline. The liaison person working with us at this clinic offered to go over to his house and speak with him. All to no avail. So, here we have an honest mistake---1 out of 120 patients--by a person that literally just stepped into this job 2 days ago- -and the patient is probably one of the most vulnerable ones we had. I could not reason with him. He shut down. In his mind, it appears this was deliberate and discriminatory. ...

The Arizona of Canada

A travel blog entry by guyhjalmar on Jul 02, 2013

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... what can only be described as desert-like scenery. The trees disappear and the hills take on a dry, dusty look. In fact, Cache Creek is known as the Arizona of Canada!! Interestingly, it has a very particular micro-climate with average July temperatures of 30C. When we arrived at the hotel, they told us it was pushing 40C yesterday!! It certainly feels more like Arizona than what we've been used to. When ...

Man O Man

A travel blog entry by danielpinno on Jun 27, 2012

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... descended over the narrowest point of the canyon to the riverbank opposite. It was quite touristy, but Steffie and I indulged ourselves in some salmon chowder. Apparently there are 2 railtracks crossing through the canyon belonging to CPR and CNR and when the eastside railroad was being blasted from the rock in 1912 it created a rockslide that bottlenecked the already narrow river. This in turn was disasterous for the salmon returning to ...

In the Foot Hills

A travel blog entry by johnsjourneys on May 22, 2011

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... is home to some pretty major boating facilities.

Further along the lake is Salmon Arm. It has a small park beside the lake and a pier running out into the water from which the quite prolific bird life can be viewed.

From Salmon Arm a detour to the South was taken, heading to Silver Creek, Armstrong, Suran, and along the West side of Lake Okanagan. The road passed through beautiful farmland and then resort areas beside the lake that look ...

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