Greenwood is a Canadian tourist attraction located in the West Kootenay Boundary area of Hwy-3 in southern BC. Greenwood is not merely the smallest city in Canada; nestled in the Boundary Kootenay region of southern British Columbia, there is an awesome mixture of historical sites, attractions and natural beauty with BC provincial, historical, cultural and mining heritage. Greenwood is Canada's smallest official City and boasts a very rich heritage of history and mining culture. Real estate prices are surprisingly low for such a beautiful area.
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Midway is located in the Southern Interior of British Columbia on the border between British Columbia and Washington State. The village is within the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary, west of Grand Forks and Greenwood on Highway #3 and immediately east of Osoyoos in the Okanagan Valley.
Midway BC is a lovely little community on the Kettle River with its own border crossing. There are schools and a major grocery store and various other retail outlets. There is an arena and a curling rink and even an airport for small airplanes. Future opportunities exist for real estate development for flight themed properties taking advantage of the new airport.
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Rock Creek, BC
Rock Creek is located at the junction of British Columbia Highway-3 and Hwy-33 Between Osoyoos and Grand Forks. The once flourishing gold and silver mining boomtown of Rock Creek is located in the centre of Boundary Country, near the southern Okanagan region. The remains of this early mining history are abundant, and just waiting to be explored on a day trip or circle tour through the region's tranquil hidden valleys. Currently Rock Creek is an area of mostly rural homes with farming and ranching opportunities galore and has an incredible agriculture oriented Fall fair every September.
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