1361 Highway 6, Cherryville, B.C. V0E 2G1
Owner/manager: Brian Gatzke
Golf and licensed restaurant on the banks of the
Shuswap River. (Formerly River Ridge Golf Course.)
425 Highway 6, Cherryville, B.C. V0E 2G3
President, Cherryville & Area Historical Society:
On site at the Gold Panner Resort. Check Calendar of Events for season open dates & times.
Creighton Valley Road, Cherryville
Contact: David Hockey
North Fork Road, Cherryville, B.C.
Horse-drawn wagon rides.
423 Highway 6, Cherryville, B.C. V0E 2G3
Owner: Matt Devlin
Camping, log cabin rental, RV hook-up, gold panning, playground, fishing, hiking, historical sight seeing, showers & toilets, power hook-ups, laundry facilities. Cherryville Museum is on site, housed in a beautiful log building, built by the Cherryville & Area Historical Society and the Cherryville community.
Keefer Lake Road, off Highway 6
Cherryville, B.C. V0E 2G3
General Manager: Jeff Gostlin
Under new ownership & undergoing development.
423 Highway 6, Cherryville, B.C., V0E 2G3
Owner/Guide: Matt Devlin
Phone: 1-778-475-3356 (office);
The Kingfisher Heliskiing tenure area is
located in the central Monashee Mountain Range, in the immediate and surrounding vicinity of Keefer Lake. The area offers skiing and riding for all skill levels.
Mt. Tsuius, Cherryville Area
Owners: Tom & Carolyn Morgan
Toll Free: 1-866-678 SNOW (7669)
Snowcat skiing and boarding at a remote wilderness lodge.
(December to March: Lodge, guided snowcat skiing and boarding . April: Snowmobile accommodation and meals.)
289 Highway 6, Monashee Pass, Cherryville, B.C. V0E 2G3
Contact: David Pilz
Cabins, treehouses, tipis & private campsites, gazebo, gift shop, yurt, yoga studio, hiking trails and river access.
Camping, retreats, public and private events, guides, gold panning, wilderness and self sustainability teachings.
Southern Monashee Mountains, Cherryville Area
Owners: Aaron Cooperman & Paul Person
Lodge, back-country skiing; Summer hiking and mountain biking.
1386 Highway 6, Cherryville, BC V0E 2G1
Studio & gallery of fine artist, Gary Whitley, also featuring the work of other Okanagan Artists.
1681 Sugar Lake Road, Cherryville, B.C., V0E 2G1
Owner/Manager: Kathy Deane
Phone: 1-250-547-2057 or 1-250-547-2281
The Lodge has five self-contained suites, with endless views and intimate meeting spaces. Bistro open seasonally.
A limited number of RV spots are also available.
Sugar Lake, Cherryville, B.C.
Site Hosts: Elaine & Jules Durette
e-mail is checked regularly as no telephone or cell service.
Sites to accommodate large RVs as well as many secluded and sheltered sites perfect for tenting and smaller units.
Further information, including directions, etc., can be found on the website.