Lytton Chamber of Commerce  


Lytton, one of North America’s oldest continuously inhabited settlements, currently has only 275 residents, with another 2000 living on the beautiful outskirts of the little town. 

Today, as in the past, the community of Lytton has close ties to the Fraser and Thompson Rivers. Still a food source for the First Nations People, the rivers are also a source of adventure for thousands of tourists who come to run the whitewater of the Thompson every year.

A colourful town in a spectacular setting that overlooks the forks of two great rivers, Lytton is a community of colourful, friendly people, and a rich, important past.

Every fall on Labour Day, Lytton now celebrates its two great rivers with a family-oriented River Festival. Activities begin on Friday evening, continue until Sunday afternoon, and include many First Nations events including a Pow Wow and First Nations demonstrations.

 We invite you to come to Lytton; meet our people, photograph our rivers, enjoy our clean, fresh air, and discover our unique little town.

Take a virtual tour of downtown Lytton by clicking here.

Pow Wow Dancer

Lytton hosts two great pow wows