Keremeos, Canada

Travel Blogs from Keremeos

Keremeos Travel Blogs (6)
Keremeos, Keremeos, Canada travel blog


A travel blog entry by kanada2016


Die erste Station auf unserer Weiterfahrt ist Keremeos. Defintiv Steppe, wäre da nicht der wolkenverhangene Himmel. Wo sonst Temperaturen bis 40 Grad herrschen sind es heute beschauliche 20. Wir fahren an den Spottet Lakes vorbei. Es sind Tümpel, die ...

Alpine lakeside, Keremeos, Canada travel blog

Alpine lakeside

A travel blog entry by sarah_allen04


It's rarely silent in the wilderness, even after you turn off your roaring gas burner. Normally there is the sound of wind rustling the treetops, even if you can't feel the breeze. Often water is rushing over rocks, somewhere nearby. You hear the sound ...


We're Off to the Sun and the Sand

A travel blog entry by fredmare


Well, here we are again beginning another adventure south of the border.  All packed up, on our way and I think we have everything we need loaded into the motor home.  We got off to a later start than expected to and  we only got as far ...

Cycle Princeton to Ketemeos.  66 km, Keremeos, Canada travel blog

Cycle Princeton to Ketemeos. 66 km

A travel blog entry by mar_dav


... of us. David could feel his legs and I was still dealing with heat exhaustion - mild nausea and jelly like legs. We decided to rest in Keremeos - then tackle the big hill early. We rested a bit and walked in to town to get a 'pick me up' coffee....yum. An ...

Attractions in Keremeos

Keremeos Attractions (2)
Cathedral Provincial Park

Cathedral Provincial Park


Keremeos, British Columbia, Canada

Grist Mill and Gardens

Grist Mill and Gardens


RR#1, Upper Bench Rd., Keremeos, British Columbia, Canada

The only operating Grist Mill in Western Canada. We are open from 9am to 5pm daily through the summer. This site offers an 1877 operational grist mill, tea room with a breakfast and lunch menu, gift shop feturing local artisans. On Sundays we have a local farmers market. Our 11 site campground have water and power hook-ups. Each site backs onto Keremeos Creek. We are close to a wide range of other activities such as fishing, hiking, skiing.