About Tulameen and the Similkameen Valley
Tulameen is a tranquil little town tucked away in the Otter River Valley, in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains. About 250 residents live in town and along Otter Lake. An outdoor skating rink, beach volleyball court, basketball hoops, horseshoe pit, baseball field, boat launch and sandy beach are situated close to the motel. The Schoolhouse Museum, public library and community hall are right next door.

Otter Lake, the Tulameen River, surrounding forests and hundreds of miles of back country roads provide the visitor with a super natural outdoor playground. Anglers may be lucky enough to reel in Kokanee, Rainbow or Lake Trout from one of the 49 lakes in the surrounding area. Wildlife and wildflowers abound.

The picturesque Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) follows the shoreline of beautiful Otter Lake and can be easily accessed just one block down the road from the motel. The historic settlement of Coalmont and the ghost towns of Granite City and Blakeburn are a short distance away. Tulameen has plenty of Okanagan sunshine for you to enjoy the great outdoors.

Year-round recreation offers something for everyone: Fishing, swimming, cycling, golfing, snowmobiling, hunting, outdoor skating, cross-country skiing, hockey, snow shoeing, ice fishing, gold panning, fossil hunting, rock hunting, water skiing, canoeing, hiking, photography, river tubing, sailing, motorcycling, ATV’ing, beach volleyball, horseshoes, horseback riding, softball, basketball, rollerblading, exploring ghost towns, Reading and Relaxing!