Brookmere, British Columbia is an unincorporated settlement in the Nicola Country of British Columbia. It is reached by the recently paved Coldwater Road from Merritt or from Exit 256 on the Coquihalla Highway. It can also be reached via gravel road from Aspen Grove or Tulameen.
Brookmere was founded as a divisional point on the Kettle Valley Railway and the Great Northern controlled VV&E shortly after 1916 when the KVR line was extended through the Coquihalla Pass to Hope. Because the Great Northern never operated trains as planned on the line, the VV&E facilities at Brookmere (besides the station) were never built. It was originally named Otter Summit. The settlement and the nearby lake and creek that feeds the settlement's water supply were named after Harry Brook, a rancher that worked the surrounding land before World War I.