Similkameen Valley, South Okanagan, BC

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Princeton Visitor Centre:

169 Bridge Street Box 670 Princeton BC Canada V0X 1W0
250-295-0235

Keremeos Visitor Centre:

417 – 7th Avenue PO Box 490 Keremeos BC Canada V0X 1N0
250-499-5225

133-137 Bridge Street Princeton British Columbia V0X 1W0 CA
What's Happening

When the snow starts to fall it’s time for outdoor fun and celebration in the Similkameen.

Manning Park is a hub of activity in the winter months. The Nordic Centre opens up at Manning Park in late November and is open seven days a week after December 3rd. The ski hill also opens on December 3rd and is open weekends until December 16th, when it’s open every day.

There’s lots to do at Manning Park in the winter.  Check the events section for more great things to do.

In Keremeos, the Grist Mill and Gardens is closed to the public in the cooler months, but it still hosts several workshops for visitors and locals.

For more events visit our events section on our website.

Our Story

Quench your thirst for the great outdoors as you explore our mountains and valley, carved by the Similkameen River. Follow Highway 97 through the Similkameen where you’ll find friendly, eclectic small towns, sizeable ranches and farms, orchards, vineyards and wineries. Choose from an assortment of adventures from mild and wild.

The Similkameen is where you’ll find the Fruit Stand Capital, the Organic Farming Capital of Canada and an award winning wine region. Heritage sites and museums proudly showcase the pioneers who settled here and the First Nation people who have called this place home for thousands of years.

Mother Nature did some of her best work here. Mountains with jagged peaks, rocky outcrops, rolling hills, alpine meadows, crystal clear lakes, and the Similkameen River invite you to connect with our ancient landscape. Hike, bike, camp, swim, fish, canoe, kayak or float your days away. Wildlife abounds with Bighorn Sheep, mountain goats, bear, elk, deer, moose, eagles, hawks and countless other species. In the winter, enjoy downhill and cross-country skiing as well as snowshoeing and snowmobiling. This is where you unplug, unwind and reconnect with who you are. This is the Similkameen.

RV Facilities

The Similkameen Valley has RV facilities.

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