About Cache Creek
Cache Creek, BC, is one of the midpoints stops between Kamloops and Prince George. Cache Creek is a historic transportation junction and incorporated village 354 kilometres (220 mi) northeast of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. It is on the Trans-Canada Highway in the province of British Columbia at a junction with Highway 97.
Cache Creek offers parks, camping, shopping, and a variety of restaurants. The Cache Creek Recreational Park is the ideal location for a day of family fun. The park includes a playground, outdoor exercise equipment, ball fields, as well as benches and picnic tables for the entire family to enjoy. Gateway Park is located at the Junction of the two main highways and is the home to Cariboo Sam, walking trails, and park benches.
Cache Creek, much like the rest of British Columbia, is susceptible to temperature highs and lows during the seasons.
*All weather is shown in Celsius
1592 Cariboo Hwy 97, Cache Creek, BC
This stop is located outside Petro Canada. There is no office at the pickup/dropoff location in Cache Creek.