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Partner Profile: ATV at Sunshine Valley Resort and Cabins


Located near Hope, Sunshine Valley RV Resort & Cabins is a year-round vacation destination. It's part of the Holiday Trails RV resorts family, a network of BC, Alberta and Washington membership-camping sites established in 1983.

Your host, Joanne Taylor, is an experienced resort manager whose purpose and passion is ensuring you have an outstanding vacation experience. All guests are welcome, but the resort is well-known as a hot spot for ATV enthusiasts.

ATVingThat's because the ATV experience at Sunshine Valley is second to none; with diverse terrain, breathtaking views, and a variety of routes. Local ATV clubs maintain a network of over 300 km of trails directly accessible from the resort, creating an incredible touring area.

Two rows of RV sites directly adjacent to the access points are reserved for ATVers, for added convenience as well as a post-ride social gathering area. Many an impromptu party has taken place at the end of the day as people return from their quests and fire up the BBQ, looking over trail maps (provided by the resort), and planning the next day's ride.

The ATV-reserved sites are also welcomed by non-ATVers as they ensure the rest of the grounds are kept free from riding.

For a preview of the local ATV experience, check out this video:

If you're into ATVing. Sunshine Valley is the place for you this summer! The resort features:

• 110 large full hook up sites (over 100 pull-thrus), with 50 amp service at all sites.

• 10 deluxe camping cabins (fully contained). Full furnished with electricity, wood stove, plumbing and full kitchen.

To reach Sunshine Valley from the Lower Mainland, take the Trans Canada Highway (BC-1) to Hope, taking the turnoff for the Crowsnest Highway (BC-3) towards Princeton/Penticton. Sunshine Valley is about 14 km from Hope.

Click here for more on the resort. Reservations are required during peak season and can be made by calling the registration office at 604-869-0066.

Background Photo Credit: Destination British Columbia

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