Reunions, Weddings & Staff Getaways

“The Kumsheen Rafting Resort is one of the most beautiful places in all of British Columbia…”
– Samantha Iverson

Looking for a unique venue for your staff getaway, wedding, or family reunion? We have what you need.

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“The accommodations exceeded my expectations. The canvas cabins were a pleasant change from hotel rooms. The meals were first class, hats off to your chef and his staff for providing a wide range of excellent food, breakfast, lunch and supper. I must commend all your staff on their friendly personalities, their smiles and their willingness to accommodate.”
– Keith Nash, Lilydale Inc.


  • Two Facilities

    Kumsheen Rafting Resort & Nicomen House

    Optional Extras

    Book a group rafting package to compliment your Nicomen House outing
    Let us provide the services of our professional photographer and/or videographer for the evening
    Take part in an additional adventure activity (white water kayaking, rock climbing/rappelling or mountain biking)
    Remember your rafting trip with an 8×10 group rafting photo, taken by Kumsheen’s professional photographer.
    Organize a dance with a deejay, or set up a slide show indoors
    Let us be your designated driver for the evening between both locations
    Special occasion liquor license can be arranged.
    Enjoy a First Nation Dance, dip net fishing demonstration, or arrowhead making lesson
    Go all out with a helicopter or 4×4 mountain top luncheon
    Take part in a Sturgeon Fishing trip on the Fraser River

    The Fine Print

    Minimum group size 10 – maximum 60
    Accommodation – rate based on double occupancy
    Meals – three included each day
    Packages available May 1 to September 30
    Meal gratuities included
    Federal and/or provincial tax additional


  • Price

    Pricing and menu options available upon request. Call us at 1-800-663-6667 or email for more information.


With an impeccable safety record and over 200,000 satisfied visitors, making your way to the Kumsheen Resort could be one of the easiest decisions to make, but leaving could very well be the hardest.
‒ John Pigeon. Vancouver 24 Hours Magazine