Kamloops is centrally located in the Thompson-Nicola Regional District in the interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is located at the junction of three major highways: the Trans-Canada Highway (#1), the Yellow head Highway (#5), and Highway #97. The city is easily accessed from anywhere in the province and the rest of Canada by air, train and road. Kamloops is a four hour drive from Vancouver, and seven hours from Calgary. As well, Greyhound Bus operates eighteen schedules into Kamloops from all directions and from as far east as Montreal.Vancouver International Airport is a 52 minute flight from Kamloops or a 4 hour drive!
Kamloops is the premiere host centre for tournaments and national/international competitions: $37 million was invested in new and renovated facilities to launch our Tournament Capital of Canada initiative. Venues provide plenty of parking, and are beautifully maintained facilities which include field sports, golf, court sports, track sports, water sports, or ice sports.
The Kamloops Airport is within a ten minutes drive from downtown Kamloops and can easily accommodate the flights that require to bring participants and their families here.