Frequently Asked Questions


Venue Questions

How do I secure our date?

Dates are secured by deposits and we are happy to offer couples 2 options to fit your budget:

Accepted payment methods are Mastercard, Visa, Interac, Email-transfer or Cheque.

Are there decorating restrictions or limitations?

Not really. We want you to have as much freedom as possible to bring your wedding vision to life!

The main concerns we have are simply in regards to safety:

Can we bring our own caterer?

Of Course! We have some amazing recommendations on our Vendors page, but you're welcome to use anyone you like.

If we serve wine is there a corking fee to have a member of your staff open it?

Ummmm...no. Although each bottle will be tested for flavour and quality control purposes! (just kidding!)

Is there a cake cutting fee?

Definitely not. Although not all of our staff members are qualified to handle sharp knives, especially after uncorking wine bottles, just let us know ahead of time and we will coordinate the help you need.

Will other events be scheduled at the Ranch during our weekend?

No. The Ranch is fully dedicated to your wedding only.

What is your alcohol policy?

If you are serving any kind of alcohol (even if it is free) you will need a Special Occasions Licence. They are about $25 and can be purchased online at solo.bcldb.com

Do you have ice available for sale?

Yes. We have ice delivered to the ranch every week, the bags are $2.50/bag (tax inc).


Camping Questions

Are there restrictions on campfires?

We have regulation firepits throughout the campground area as well as a group firepit area in the center of it all. You and your guests are more than welcome to use them as you please and the only restrictions are the normal rules that the BC Wildfire Service has set in place such as:

Do you sell firewood?

Yes. We sell it for $5 per large bundle or $20 for a tailgate load in our golf cart (a tailgate is equal to 5-6 bundles of firewood). If any of your guests would like firewood we're happy to deliver it right to their site for them. Guests are more than welcome to bring in their own firewood as well.

What if there is a campfire ban in effect?

Unfortunately we do have to follow the Kamloops Fire District rules but we will definitely let you know.

Are propane firepits allowed during a campfire ban?

Yes.