Tourism stakeholders are exploring the development of programs that feature Indigenous cultures and history Many vacationers today want more than traditional “relaxation” vacations—they’re seeking experiential, educational getaways. The interest in Canada’s Indigenous culture has seen sharp growth recently, particularly among European and Asian travellers. “One in three international visitors is looking for authentic Indigenous experiences,” […]
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We are very proud to announce that on October 14, 2015 Lakeshore Resort and Campground received the BC Aboriginal Business Outstanding Achievement Award in the Community Owned Business category.
We are very proud to announce that on October 22, we were awarded with the Business Excellence Award in the Tourism & Hospitality category during the Columbia Valley Business Excellence Awards. We thank everyone that voted for us as well as the Selection Committee for recognition of the work that our team is doing.
Listen to some of the First Nation legends told by a Ktunaxa Elder. FREE – Open to the public – 7:00pm
Pancake breakfast starting at 9:00am Grand Entry – 11:00am. Artists and vendors on site Games and entertainment