Shopping in Yoho Park
ArtisansVelvet Antler Pottery
Studio and Gallery of stoneware and porcelain.
Potters Ryan and Kathryn Cameron established the Velvet Antler Pottery shop in 1982. They chose Field as a place to raise their family and evolve their art in the inspirational surroundings of Yoho National Park. The Velvet Antler pottery studio is a fascinating place to visit, combining the raw creative setting of their active studio with stunning artistic offerings presented in their gallery. This is a can't-miss stop for anyone visiting Field.
Box 45 Field, B.C. V0A 1G0
Gifts, Souvenirs and RetailFriends of Yoho Gift Shop
Located in the Field Visitor Center.
The Friends of Yoho offer materials to enhance a visitor's stay in the park, specializing in natural and cultural history books as well as trail guides, maps, clothing, and giftware unique to Yoho National Park.
The Friends of Yoho is a non-profit organization formed to promote public appreciation and understanding of the natural and cultural heritage of Yoho National Park.
For further information on Friends of Yoho programs, events, and an online catalog visit: www.friendsofyoho.ca
Located at Emerald Lake.
Wintertime: Gifts and some clothing essentials. Rentals of cross-country ski packages, snow-shoes. Summertime: Gifts and some clothing essentials, maps, books, tackle. Rentals of back packs, gaiters, hiking poles, canoes and rowboats
Box 161, Field, B.C. V0A 1G0
Canadian Art and Gifts. Located in Field.
1-877-343-6046 or 250-343-6046
Box 166, Field, B.C. V0A 1G0
Gifts, conveniences, basic groceries, fuel (gas, diesel), and basic supplies. Located on Highway 1 at the entrance
to the town of Field.
Box 118, Field, BC, V0A 1G0
Offering casual dining, gifts, liquor and conveniences. Located in town near the water tower and community center.