• Chase is located on the Trans-Canada Highway/Highway 1 at the midway point between Kamloops and Salmon Arm, which are each a half-hour drive. Vancouver is 339 km / 226 mi west and Calgary is 500 km / 333 mi east.

    Kamloops Airport is the closest major airport. Air Canada, West Jet and Central Mountain Air all have flights into Kamloops.

    Bus Services
    Greyhound offers bus service to Chase. Please check online for current fares and detailed schedules.

    Public Transit
    There is a local bus service throughout Chase provided by BC Transit. Please check online for current fares and detailed schedules.

    Car Rentals
    Avis, Hertz and Budget are located at the airport.

    Taxi Services
    Chase Taxi
    1205 Thompson
    Chase, BC, V0E 1M0
    P: 250 679-5363

  • The Chase & District Chamber of Commerce provides valuable information about the community, relocation and local businesses.

    Chase currently has an Interior Savings Credit Union, Kootenay Savings Credit Union, Thompson Valley Savings and an RBC.

    Chase is in Kamloops/Thompson School District #73.

    Haldane Elementary (K-7, 300 Students)
    Box 380
    Chase, BC, V0E 1M0
    P: 250 679-3269 | F: 250 377-2247

    Chase Secondary
    Box 319, 420 Cottonwood
    Chase, BC, V0E 1M0
    P: 250 679-3218 | F: 250 377-2228

    Visitor Center
    Chase Visitor Centre
    400 Shuswap Avenue
    Chase, BC, V0E 1M0
    P: 250 679-8432 | F: 250 679-3120

  • Boating, river rafting, fishing, golfing, hiking, and mountain biking are a few things that will keep you busy in the warm and sunny climate of Chase.

    Sunshore Golf Course invites golfing enthusiasts to enjoy a 9 hole golf course. Splendid views of the Little Shuswap Lake and tree lined slopes of the Highlands Range await you.

    Spend a day relaxing on the water or take part in boating, kayaking or canoeing by the public beach at Memorial Park. Access to the lake is made easy at the boat launch in the park. In addition, access to South Thompson River can be gained at the boat launch located at Mill Park.

    There are many hiking trails to explore on the Switchbacks, walking trails within the community that follow Chase Creek.

    In July, Native dancers and drummers gather from across North America to join in a celebration of the local traditions and for ceremonies and competitions. August brings the annual family oriented Corn Festival.

    Every four years, the crystal-clear waters of the Adams River turn red with tens of thousands of returning salmon. This incredible wildlife viewing spectacle is highlighted at the Salute to the Sockeye Festival in Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park just outside of Chase.