Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to ten of the most frequently asked questions we receive at our Pemberton Visitor Centre.

Explore a variety of shops in our Village, the Pemberton MuseumU-pick farms, two golf courseshorseback ridingjet boat tripshikingbikingskydiving, parasailing, hot springs, swimming, and more! Adventure Begins Here in Pemberton.

Meager Hot springs is closed indefinitely due to a large debris flow event at Capricorn Creek in October 2009.

Continue east on Highway 99 and turn right on Airport Road. Big Sky is the first course on the right. Get more Big Sky Golf info.

Joffre Provincial Park offers many opportunities for hiking, camping, and mountaineering.

Nairn Falls, Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park, Forestry Recreation Sites along Lillooet Lake, Duffey Lake, Owl Creek or private sites at Birken Lakeside Resort. Get more Pemberton camping info.

You can view and/or pick-up various trail maps at the Visitor Centre. You can also download the Pemberton Valley Trails Association Pemberton trail map and the Pemberton Hiking Map.

For a short hike, Nairn Falls has a 1.5 km easy trail, or try the One Mile Lake Loop trail, or a day hike at Joffre lakes.

For more hikes in Pemberton and the surrounding area, pick up a free copy of the Hiking Trail Map at the Visitor Information Centre or download it here.

We have two hotels, one motel, and many wonderful Bed & Breakfasts to choose from. Visit our Pemberton accommodation page for more info.

Yes, there are a few! First, at the Visitor Centre located on Highway 99 at the entrance to the Village of Pemberton. But beyond our visitor centre, there are public washrooms at Underhill Park, Creekside, the Pemberton Village Office, the downtown Community Barn and at the Old Train Station.


Washrooms are identified on the Village of Pemberton Map.