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Crawford Bay and Area
You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy... That could be said for a lot of music festivals, or space ports. Starbelly Jam is not that...
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Crawford Bay and Area
Come for the scenery, stay for the people. Crawford Bay is a special place — the welcome sign tips you off from the start with it's motto: "Artistic by nature"...
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Creston and Area
Seasons change, as do our weekly routines. As I'm writing this it's snowing... In September. by Jensen Shields What does the cold and less-than-fair conditions bring to the the Creston...
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Don't miss Canada Day celebrations on July 1 from Yahk to Riondel! Celebrations in Creston take place at the Creston & District Community Complex and at Canyon Park. Events happening...
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Creston and Area

Located in Canyon on the east side of the Creston Valley under the gaze of the Skimmerhorn mountains, Canyon Park is the perfect spot to camp, recreate, or host events....

Nature and Recreation
Creston and Area

Centennial Park is the largest park in the Town of Creston, featuring trees and picnic tables scattered in a woodland setting located in a quiet neighbourhood away from the hustle...

Nature and Recreation
Creston and Area
A long standing tradition (over 75 years!) which celebrates the beautiful area of Creston Valley, British Columbia. The Blossom Festival happens annually on May Long weekend and features events for...
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Creston and Area
Celebrating the Creston Valley Fall Fair for over 100 years, this fun-filled weekend takes place the second weekend in September. Featuring live, local entertainment, a Farmers' Market and games for...
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Creston and Area

The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area is a  lush wetland habitat located 11 km west of Creston.  It stretches for 7,000 hectares (17,000 acres) from the southeast tip of Kootenay...

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Arrive filled with questions and leave with the gift of knowledge by Ilana Cameron I was anticipating the stories and the beauty of the lake but I didn't expect to...
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Crawford Bay and Area
The East Shore is made up of eight quaint artistic communities Riondel, Kootenay Bay, Crawford Bay, Gray Creek, Boswell, Sirdar, Sanca, and Kuskanook that wind along the shores of Kootenay...
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Creston and Area
The Creston Valley consists of several thriving communities, Wynndel, Lower Kootenay Band, Erickson, Canyon, Lister, Arrow Creek and Kitchener. Start your journey with a visit to the Creston Valley Visitor...
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Yahk and Area
In the early 1900’s Yahk was once a thriving CP Railroad lumber community serving as a major supplier of railroad ties for the Canadian Pacific Railway. Today Yahk is a...
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There’s no shortage of family fun along the Creston Valley - Kootenay Lake Route. From Riondel to Yahk there are plenty of family-friendly activities. DAY 1 CRESTON After a breakfast...
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Creston and Area
Bring the kids, embrace your inner child and have a blast! by Ilana Cameron When I started to research for this piece I thought I had an idea of the...
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Led by the Creston Valley Chamber of Commerce and organized in partnership with the Rotary Club of Creston, the Kootenay Lake Grand Fondo follows the format of most Gran Fondo...
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Crawford Bay and Area
Within the Pilot Bay Provincial Park, located on the northern part of the Pilot Peninsula that extends into Kootenay Lake, the The Pilot Bay Lighthouse is the last remaining inland...
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Crawford Bay and Area
Starbelly Jam is a special festival which takes place the third weekend in July; great entertainment, great food, great people, lots of happy kids and room to play. They’ve deliberately...
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Creston and Area
It's that time of the year to come to the Creston Valley and stock up on all the bounty! by Ilana Cameron The fruit here in the Creston Valley is...
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Yahk and Area

Located along Highway 3/95, Yahk Park is a traveller’s rest place. Near the Moyie River in a quiet well-spaced forest this 26 site campground and day-use area is a great...

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Yahk and Area
The Yahk Summerfest is a fun, family-friendly event held each August in Yahk, BC, offering food, games and entertainment.
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