- Visit us in the Sping/Summer! -

- Visit us in the Sping/Summer! -

To enjoy warm days and cooler nights with less foggy windy days than in the valley.

To enjoy warm days and cooler nights with less foggy windy days than in the valley.

We really do sit above it all! In the next year or so we will have our own lake to soak or swim in. Enjoy rolling hills and pastureland, majestic mountain ranges in the distance and smell sweet sage and wildflowers as you float or tan. 

We really do sit above it all! In the next year or so we will have our own lake to soak or swim in. Enjoy rolling hills and pastureland, majestic mountain ranges in the distance and smell sweet sage and wildflowers as you float or tan. 

Drive down the hill to Osoyoos, Oliver, Okanagan Falls, Kaleden, Pentiction, Keremeos, or Princeton. Along the way you will find too many wineries to count but lots to enjoy! Fruit stands line the Highways and lakes are plenty for fishing, sunbathing, or a refreshing swim. 

Drive down the hill to Osoyoos, Oliver, Okanagan Falls, Kaleden, Pentiction, Keremeos, or Princeton. Along the way you will find too many wineries to count but lots to enjoy! Fruit stands line the Highways and lakes are plenty for fishing, sunbathing, or a refreshing swim. 

There is so much to explore and many hiking and biking trails including the Rail Trail which is part of the old Kettle Valley Railway. Bike rentals are available in Midway and you can stop there to check out the museum. 

There is so much to explore and many hiking and biking trails including the Rail Trail which is part of the old Kettle Valley Railway. Bike rentals are available in Midway and you can stop there to check out the museum. 

There are many historic gold rush sites and buildings to capture on your camera with another museum in Greenwood, dubbed Canada’s smallest city. Greenwood boomed during mining times, almost became a ghost town but still survives today! We could go on and on… Just get out here and see for yourself!

There are many historic gold rush sites and buildings to capture on your camera with another museum in Greenwood, dubbed Canada’s smallest city. Greenwood boomed during mining times, almost became a ghost town but still survives today! We could go on and on… Just get out here and see for yourself!