FIND YOUR WAY
There are plenty of ways to get around in Downtown Kamloops – Walk, bike, bus or drive!
ALL PATHS LEAD TO DOWNTOWN
Kamloops is a major hub in the Interior of B.C. with three major highways running through the city.
Map courtesy of Tourism Kamloops. Click to view high resolution version.
By Foot or Bike
With parks, scenic trails, spacious sidewalks and roadways, you’ll find our downtown core is perfect for walking, running & cycling!
Two of the main shared lanes through Downtown Kamloops stretch from 1st and St. Paul to 8th Avenue, and from 8th and Nicola Street to 13th Avenue. Please remember no bikes or boards on the sidewalks!
Plan your trip with BC Transit! Bus schedules and information are available at bctransit.com/kamloops.
The Lansdowne Transit Exchange is located at the intersection of Landsdowne Street and 6th Avenue. Five bus routes loop through the downtown core (routes 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9), while five others pass through and loop on main streets (routes 1, 2, 3, 16, and 17).
Following Tranquile Road, you can drive from the Kamloops Airport to our beautiful Downtown Core in under 20 minutes.
From the city of Vancouver, Highway 5 leads you into Kamloops. The drive is about 350km. From the west, the easiest way to reach the Downtown core is to use exit #369 and follow Columbia Street. An easy 3.3km from the highway.
There are two taxi companies serving Kamloops. Call (250) 374-9999 to reach Kami Cabs or (250) 374-3333 for Yellow Cabs.
Downtown Kamloops has free on-street parking 7 days a week after 6pm and all day Sunday!
The Seymour and Lansdowne Street multi-level parkades (see above map for locations) are also free on weekends.
City of Kamloops Parking Info
Learn about rates, payment options, monthly parking passes, and view an interactive parking map of Downtown Kamloops.
Call 250-828-3407 for more details and to check locker availability.
There is a total of 64 bike parking stations in the Downtown core.
Lockers with plenty of space are also available at Lansdowne Village for $10/month.
WHERE TO RIDE
Two of the main shared-lane markings through Downtown stretch from 1st and St. Paul Street to 8th and St. Paul Street, and from 8th and Nicola Street to 13th and Nicola Street.
The primary multi-use pathway is the Rivers Trail, which runs from Riverside Park and Pioneer Park. This pathway is one of the most frequently used corridors in the city, and is a highlight for Downtown cyclists.