Kenna Cartwright Park, Kamloops

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Kenna Cartwright Park is a municipal park located in Kamloops, British Columbia. The park was created to preserve one of Kamloops' natural landscapes and views. The name comes from the former mayor, Kenna Cartwright. It features over 40 kilometres (25 mi) of hiking trails through grasslands, hills, valleys, and Ponderosa Pine and Douglas Fir forests.

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  • Good variety of trails, once the fog cleared I had a beautiful view of Kamloops. Lots of people out with their dogs & everyone was very friendly.  more »
  • Make sure you know which parking lot you are at as there are 3. Fortunately there were very friendly locals who helped us find our way. The trails are many, varied and fabulous. Good for walking and.....  more »
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  • Great vegetarian food. Really good service. Interesting arts and crafts. Unique evening performances. A favourite place to meet friends!
  • Amazing hiking! Be careful after it rains, the mud we hiked through was intense but otherwise the hike was incredible! Had a group of 28 children and they loved it, easy enough for the whole family, with black diamond trails for those experienced hikers!
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