Resort Accommodations

“The resort itself is the perfect compliment to the river raft adventure…”
– John Pigeon. Vancouver 24 Hours Magazine

KUMSHEEN offers a variety of accommodation options, including Anishinabe style Teepees, Cozy Canvas Cabins, RV sites, and Tent sites. Combine a night at the KUMSHEEN Resort with a day of white water rafting, and you have the perfect weekend getaway!

“The Kumsheen Rafting Resort is one of the most beautiful places in all of British Columbia. Every morning we awoke to the smell of air so clean and fresh it cleansed our lungs. Our accommodations were astonishing; we stayed in cozy cabins, with a pool, classy restaurant, accompanied by a basketball and volleyball court.”
– Samantha Iverson




How many people can say they’ve slept in a teepee? Our teepees make for a truly unforgettable sleeping experience. Probably our most “romantic” type of accommodation, when you fall asleep in the Kumsheen teepees, you will be snuggled into your cozy duvet and will be able to catch a glimpse of the stars above.


Canvas Cabins

The most popular accommodation at the Resort is our Canvas Cabins. These are fully furnished with two double beds (covered in cozy duvets), antique furniture, decorated with historical memorabilia, and a propane lantern, which illuminates the interior with a warm glow after dark.


Campground and RV Sites

Friendly and family-oriented, the campground reflects our Resort’s amiable theme. A common campfire circle (firewood supplied) around which campers gather encourages meeting new friends. Lytton is known as one of the warmest and driest places in Canada, so it’s the perfect climate for camping and RV-ing (NO RAIN!) or lounging around at our outdoor pool.


Quiet Times, Check-in/out times, and pet policy

For our Quiet Time, Check-in-and-out Times, and Pet Policy, please click here. For a Campground Site-Map, please click here.

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