This used to be a gold mine(seasonal) when it was open. Not exactly sure what happened to make it close down. But it did have really dining facilities, and games/activities for families and kids.
1 - 10 of 21 reviews
Where have your nachos gone??? Abit disappointing that they're gone! Everything else tastes real good though and this is a fun family hangout.
Creekside is now closed for good...hoping someone will reopen this great little place...very sad as it was the only current restauant/activity centre around...
Creekside Restaurant is located in the same area as the two mini-putt courses, across from the Shuswap Provincial Park. Lots of games as well as the two putting courses, and you can eat there as well. No cheap and service can be pretty slow depending...More
We ate here a couple times and the lunch was fantastic and very inexpensive for being in a touristy area.
Went in for lunch The menu was Western Cuisine. Food was ok .Service was good to Average soup was cheese and cauliflour but had more stems than florets so was a bit chewy needs some work .Beer was cold that was a bonus.
We stopped here with our family for a break from camping food. Scotch Creek and area is very limited for restaurants, so just a heads up. The menu was typical Western Cuisine. It wasn't great but wasn't terrible. Unfortunately we had a bad server, but...More
We should have known when we were ignored when we entered the restaurant. After waiting for 5 minutes at the door with the 2 waitresses just standing with their backs to us we were finally seated. After another 5 minutes sitting outside I decided to...More
I apologize for the bad experience you had. As you can imagine, this isn't the type of experience that we want people to have so it is very concerning - we want our customers to be returning and say good things about us. I will...More
The service and food all depend upon season and staff. Off season you will usually get a good meal and service. Summer time....... well....it is summer in the north shuswap....help and service is put to it's limits. Appreciate what is served to you or eat...More