Year-round Horstings Farm Market.
Thompson River - stealhead fishing.
Traditional Bonaparte Pow Wow - August (3 day event)
Hat Creek Ranch Museum
The First Nation aboriginals of the area, the Stuctwesemc, have resided in the area dating back over 8,000 years. Previously a semi-nomadic group, they have reconstructed a traditional Shuswap Village beside Hat Creek. This is a rare opportunity to observe an actual kekuli pit house (in the ground).
Cache Creek was once a midway point on the Fraser Canyon route and a resting place for travelers on the Gold Rush Trail. There is some disagreement around the origin of the name 'Cache Creek'. It may be that it was named after a local Mr. Cache, or after the incident surrounding a theft of gold and in his attempted escape the thief stashed or 'cached' it somewhere along the river bed, which remains undiscovered to this day.
Summer average 22 degrees Celsius
Winter average -6 degrees Celsius
Map of Cache Creek
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