Resort Facilities

“Your facilities are fantastic and the staff are unbelievable…”
– John V. Vancouver BC

KUMSHEEN’s White Canyon Resort offers a variety of facilities to compliment your rafting adventure. Whether it’s the pool & spa, our licensed restaurant, or our fireside Cafe and lounge, our guests are always impressed with the facilities they find at KUMSHEEN.


Kumsheen Resort Map




Pool & Spa

At the heart of the Kumsheen Resort is our pool and spa. On three separate levels (the pool and lounge-chair level, hot-tub level, and poolside bar level), the entire area is well landscaped and was designed to provide dramatic views of White Canyon from your seat in the hot tub or pool. Whether you’re cooling off in our pool, or relaxing in our spa, you’ll be able to enjoy amazing views of the stunning scenery after rafting BC’s best rivers.


KUMSHEEN Restaurant

KUMSHEEN’s Restaurant is situated between the Resort Office and the swimming pool and is an indoor-outdoor sunroom-style restaurant. With large log posts, exquisite French-style patio doors, and lots of plants and greenery, the open-air Cutting Board Restaurant offers epicurean delights. The restaurant and outdoor patio look out over our waterfall feature, flower gardens, and dramatic White Canyon.


The Resort

Additional KUMSHEEN Resort amenities include three separate beach volleyball courts, tetherball, two horseshoe courts, a three-on-three basketball court, two communal group campfire areas, the Pine Tree Meadows nine-hole disc golf course, hiking and desert-plant interpretive trails, board games, and giant outdoor chess.


KUMSHEEN’s Main Lodge

Right as you enter the front doors of our main lodge, our KUMSHEEN office staff are there to greet you. They can answer any questions or check you in for your raft trip, campground or RV site, or canvas cabin and teepee accommodation.

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