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Learn more about the Similkameen Valley travel experiences through our blogs. Search by season or select from the drop-down menu.

Pet-Friendly places in the Similkameen Valley

Are you planning a road trip with your pet in tow? The Similkameen Valley welcomes dog and other pets to join you on your travels in select locations from restaurants and wineries, and accommodations, to an impressive network of trails that hug the river, you and your furry friend will find loads of great options. » MORE

Golf the Similkameen Valley

Planning a Golf Getaway? Consider the Similkameen Valley! Choose from three 18-hole courses designed for all levels of golfers. Just east of town, the scenic Princeton Golf Club is nestled along the mountains and Hwy 3. Try to land an eagle at the Twin Lakes Golf Course, north of Keremeos on Hwy 3A or St. » MORE

First Nations Culture in the Similkameen Valley

When you travel through the Similkameen Valley, you’re traversing territory that has been home to First Nations for millennia. The Similkameen Valley is the ancestral, traditional and unceded territory of the Syilx Nation, and is home to the Upper Similkameen Indian Band—the Similamix People—and the Lower Similkameen Indian Band—the Smelqmix People. They have a rich » MORE

Top 5 Hiking Spots in the Similkameen Valley

Some of the most spectacular hiking spots can be found in this oasis nestled in the Cascade Mountains. If you enjoy the great outdoors, there’s a great chance you’ll find a trail suited to your skill level and sense of adventure. Here are five of the best places to enjoy Similkameen trails: Top 5 Hiking » MORE