Welcome to the Similkameen Valley
British Columbia, Canada
Rugged. Rustic. Real.
Spring in the Similkameen Valley is a little different this year as we continue to monitor and respond to the travel advisories during the global pandemic. While only essential travel is recommended at this time, we encourage safe travel at all times.
While many events are on pause, we to celebrate Spring with the blossoms, new borns at the farms, wineries re-opening and farms full of abundant organic offerings, golf is back and a drive through the Similkameen is always relaxing.
Top Rated Experiences
How about the anticipation of fresh water trout, cooked over an open campfire, and placed hot and steamy on your plate. So good you can almost taste it!
Camping & RVing
For some, counting the stars in the night sky is more important than thread count. Camping and RVing are one of the best ways to experience our area.
Fruit Stands & Orchards
The easiest way to taste the Similkameen is to spend time experiencing our family run fruit stands and roadside markets. Some have been here for more than a century.
Floating the River
Grab an inner tube or even a blow-up air mattress and plunge right in! You can float for hours between Bromley Rock and the Red Bridge or the Red Bridge and Cawston.
Get off the beaten path! Come and take a rugged ride or an extreme hike to Cathedral Provincial Park. View 360-degree vistas of sapphire lakes, wildlife and jagged mountain peaks.
Winding, easy-riding highways flow alongside the Similkameen River through lush, forested mountains. Motorcyclists rejoice, the Similkameen Valley is the perfect two-wheeled journey.
Whether it’s sporting events, or a traditional music fest, a celebration of Syrah, or the salute to Similkameen pepper, we know how to kick up our heels and have a good time.