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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Our delightful community is home to beautiful tree lined streets and heritage homes. Its downtown core and bustling city centre, located on Market Avenue, offers quaint cafes, galleries and the City Hall. Grand Forks boasts four season living with recreational activities to match. This small community has been home to a large Doukhobor population since the early 1900´s and continues to celebrate and embrace their rich culture.
Grand Forks is the perfect backdrop for families and retirees, with a strong commitment to healthy living, affordability and great quality of life. Incorporated in 1897, Grand Forks is the “hub” of the Boundary Region, located between the Okanagan Valley and the Kootenays. Our community is surrounded by fresh, pristine water from the Granby and Kettle Rivers and is nestled in a breathtaking and unique east/west running Valley.
Our central location means that we are only a couple of hours drive from 2 major centres; Spokane and Kelowna and that the closest regional airport is a 1 hour drive to Castlegar or a 2 hour drive to Kelowna to the International airport.
If it’s rugged recreation, clean living or new opportunities that you’re after, Grand Forks offers it all.
The allure of Christina Lake is in its incredible attractions and best-kept wilderness secrets. Nearby ski areas, exciting dining options, seasonal activities, world-class trails, and more events than you have time for. Christina Lake is a premier destination for authentic
hospitality and year-round exploration.
Golf Tournaments, Outdoor Exploration, Concerts, Triathlon, Sand Castle Contest, Art Openings, Game Nights, Spaghetti Dinners, and many more opportunities are awaiting you in Christina Lake. You can’t miss the Markets throughout the summer, offering a whole range of goods for sale from local honey to handcrafted jewelry, clothing, pottery, wood carvings, music, and much, much more. Visit our Christina Lake growers and nurseries. You can see many of the local artists’ work in the Galleries, Gift Shops, and Restaurants around Christina Lake.
Homecoming Summerfest welcomes everyone to celebrate summer at “the Lake”. Featuring a weekend market showcasing our Boundary artisans, crafts galore, and live music. Join us for a community family beach bbq, volleyball tournaments, and Light up the Lake Boat Parade at Christina Lake Provincial Park. It’s a special time of year where residents and visitors alike come together, a place where memories are shared and new ones are made.
Combine business with serious pleasure and let Christina Lake venues host your event. As an experienced group destination, Christina Lake offers both large and small venues; from conference and wedding locations to intimate family gathering places and meeting spots in our various venues, offering competitive pricing to fit every budget. Christina Lake is the ideal location for meeting planners seeking a scenic destination that will provide inspiration to their meetings and corporate events.
Follow us on Facebook ‘Christina Lake Visitor Centre ‘, sign up for the community newsletter or stop by the Visitor Information Centre for more information on current events and venues, take a photo of yourself on the 3-D Mural Floor at the Welcome Centre, depicting the old train trestle and the Cascade Gorge Falls. Look at old photos of times gone by, even one of Christina, whom the lake was named after!
Come experience this unique town, filled with history and outdoor adventure. Beaverdell is best known for its hiking and biking trails along the Great Trail. Unplug and rejuvenate as you camp along the Kettle River. There are year-round outdoor activities you can enjoy here and within the Boundary Country.
You can get supplies at the Beaverdell General Store on Hwy 33, which is open seven days a week. Stay the night in a cabin or bring your tent and camp. In the summer months, you can get information on where to go and what to do at the Beaverdell Community Centre on Hwy 33 and 1st Avenue.