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Welcome to The Quaaout Lodge

Explore Our Resort in the Shuswap

Experience a relaxing, authentic getaway at the Quaaout Lodge in beautiful British Columbia. Nestled in a serene setting overlooking Little Shuswap Lake and surrounded by majestic mountains, we offer the ideal balance of quiet relaxation and outdoor inspiration.

Each of our 70 rooms offer a private lake view patio or balcony perfect for enjoying the beauty of our waterfront setting. With a sand beach on Little Shuswap Lake, the stunning 18-hole Talking Rock Golf Course, an indoor pool, canoes, bocce and cultural coordinators available to arrange tours of the grounds or berry picking outings, we are the perfect year-round destination for family vacations, group getaways, couples escapes and more. Best of all, the Quaaout Lodge is pet-friendly, so there’s no need to leave furry family members behind.

The Quaaout Lodge is located midway between Vancouver and Calgary, just minutes off the Trans Canada Highway #1. We are a 45-minute drive from Kamloops and a scenic two-hour drive from Kelowna International Airport.

*HEALTH ALERT UPDATE* In light of the recent global health concerns surrounding COVID 19 (Coronavirus) the team here at Quaaout Lodge & Spa at Talking Rock Golf Resort want you to know that your health and safety is our priority.

To learn more about how our team is taking proactive measures to protect you and your loved ones during your stay with us, find our letter from Adam Blair, General Manager HERE.

Please click HERE for our full COVID-19 Policy & Procedure Manual and Safety Plan

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BC Salmon Run

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BC Salmon Run

Every year around in October the sockeye salmon return home to spawn. 

The salmon travel up the Fraser River, turn into the Thompson River and then split into the South Thompson at Kamloops, and then into Little Shuswap Lake, Little River, and then into Shuswap Lake and to the mouth of the Adams River. It is an incredible journey and when the salmon arrive they have lost their silver sheen and have turned almost scarlet. 

The Roderick Haig-Brown Park is a splendid place to visit at any time of year, but particularly in early October during the run of the Adams River sockeye salmon. Every fourth year is a “dominant” run, with millions of fish to be seen.The Adams River Salmon Society coordinates the celebration known as the “Salute to the Sockeye” during the dominant years. These years often have substantial returns of sockeye and offer excellent viewing opportunities.

Join in for the next dominant year in 2022. The best place to view spawning salmon will be the viewing platform near the parking lot.

Find more park information here:

BC Wildlife Park

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BC Wildlife Park Kamloops

Home to over 40 wildlife species, this 106-acre animal sanctuary features species of grey wolves, coyotes, cougars, lynxes, bobcats, reptiles, amphibians, bears, birds of prey and more. Additional attractions include mini steam locomotive rides, an amphitheatre for live events, a petting corral for the kids, and a splash park and playground.

Find out more information on the BC Wildlife Park here:

BC Secwepemc


Secwepemc Museum & Heritage Park

With Historical First Nations exhibits ranging from photographs, illustrations and artifacts to a five-hectare heritage park located on the banks of the South Thompson River, the Secwepemc Museum offers visitors a comprehensive and fascinating look at the history, legends, culture, and heritage of the Secwepemc people.

Learn more about the Secwepemc Museum and Heritage Park here:



The Quaaout Lodge

1663 Little Shuswap Lake Road,


BC V0E 1M2.

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