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205 6th Ave. NW, Box 100, Nakusp, BC V0G 1R0
205 6 Avenue Northwest Nakusp British Columbia V0G 1R0 CA
We help businesses to be successful and communities to be economically healthy. Community Futures Central Kootenay is a not-for-profit economic development organization. We are committed to helping people in the Central Kootenay region who are currently operating or are about to start their own business.
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5470 Highway 6, Box 1, Burton, BC V0G 1E0 28.32 km

formerly Pomona Cider Mill

Burton City Cider a name that reflects the history of the area. In the late 1800s, Arthur Burton registered the townsite as “Burton City”. Like the pioneers who came before us, we planted apple and fruit trees and started making cider.

Fall hours – Pizza night Thursday 2-9 pm Fridays and Saturdays from 11 -4   Saturdays till Thanksgiving: Nakusp Farmers Market & Revelstoke Market 9-2.

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145 Lakeview Park Road, Box 116, Burton, BC V0G 1E0 28.51 km

Welcome to Burton’s family-oriented campground situated on the shores of the Arrow Lakes. We are 22 km north of the Needles Ferry and 36 km west of Nakusp on Highway 6 towards Fauquier.

We have 37 sites which are mostly treed; some sites are pull-throughs.

We have large open areas for recreation; a volleyball net, horseshoe pit, and space for bocce is available for use.

Burton Historical Park Campground is open from May 1 through to September 30.

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5655 BC-23, Central Kootenay K, BC V0G 1R0, Canada 31.46 km

Summit Lake Provincial ParkPark visitors enjoy canoeing, fishing for rainbow and cutthroat trout or swimming in the lake’s clear, refreshing mountain water.

Mountain goats can often be viewed on rocky outcroppings and in late summer a natural spectacle occurs as thousands of toads emerge from the lake and migrate to the nearby forest to hibernate for the winter.

This 6 hectare park lies within the Nakusp range of the Selkirk Mountains. Park visitors enjoy canoeing or kayaking, fishing for rainbow and cutthroat trout or swimming in the lake’s clear, refreshing mountain water. Mountain goats can often be viewed on rocky outcroppings and in late summer, thousands of western toads emerge from the lake and migrate to the nearby forest to hibernate for the winter.

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5655 Highway 23 North, Nakusp, BC V0G 1R0 31.47 km

Open 365 days a year, Halcyon is home to some of the most restorative hot spring waters you will find in North America. General Frederick Burnham, who owned the “Halcyon Sanitarium” until 1955 believed these waters should be shared with the world. We hold the same philosophy, along with a dream to create a village where everyone is welcome to relax and enjoy the healing waters of Halcyon Hot Springs, British Columbia.

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Box 448, New Denver, BC V0G 1S0 41.54 km

Open May long weekend through Labour Day

The Slocan District Chamber of Commerce strives for a vibrant, diverse and healthy economy that respects the environment and community values.

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406 6th Avenue, Box 70, New Denver, BC V0G 1S0 41.54 km

The Valley VOICE is a biweekly regional BC community newspaper serving the Slocan, Arrow Lakes, and North Kootenay Lake Valleys. It is 100% independent and locally owned by Dan Nicholson and Jan McMurray.

With offices in New Denver, BC, the Valley VOICE covers the news of the Arrow Lakes communities of Nakusp, Burton, Fauquier, Edgewood, Trout Lake; the Slocan Valley communities of Hills, Rosebery, New Denver, Silverton, Sandon, Slocan, Winlaw, Slocan Park, Crescent Valley, South Slocan; and the North Kootenay Lake Valley communities of Kaslo, Woodbury, Ainsworth Hot Springs, Meadow Creek, Argenta, Johnson’s Landing, and Howser.

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7644 Flick Subdivision Road, Hwy 6, Box 46, Fauquier, BC V0G 1K0 42.31 km

May 11 – Sep 15
Welcome to the Hummingbird Cabins’n’Breakfast

We are situated in the big trees on the shores of the crystal-clear waters of the Lower Arrow Lake. We are located 3 kms North of the Needles-Fauquier Ferry landing on Highway 6 towards Nakusp, or 40 minutes South of Nakusp on Highway 6.

Here you can enjoy swimming, kayaking, fishing, hiking and mountain exploring, bird watching, paddle boating, or sitting on the 250 ft. private beach reading a favourite book or doing just “nothing”. Enjoy our lakeside 9-hole golf course; General Store with fuel, groceries and ice. Please feel free to use our large public boat launch. Further North on Highway 6 are two superb hot springs to ease your mind and soothe your body.

All cabins are private and include breakfast.

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645 Whatshan Lake Road, Whatshan Lake, BC 44.28 km

No matter what time of year, Whatshan Lake Retreat is a great meeting place for large groups, friends and family.

Our retreat is located in southeastern British Columbia, nestled in the Monashee mountains next to Whatshan Lake. We are just minutes away from the community of Edgewood.

The Retreat Centre Lodge offers full facilities for Corporate Retreats, seminars, workshops, family gatherings,weddings, concerts, and youth activities. Our acoustically engineered stage is perfect for music festivals and plays under the stars.
At Whatshan you can get away from it all to enjoy quiet peaceful walks and moments of contemplation. Paddle your canoe or kayak on the lake or plunge into bracing cool waters of the swimming hole in the nearby river. On July 3, 4, & 5, 2020 bring the whole family out for the events and activities during the Whatshan Jam, a Family & Friends Festival. In the winter bring your snowshoes and skis and trek through our over 200 acres of wilderness and beyond and then warm everyone up with some hot chocolate in one of our modern cabins.

Freedom Quest is one of the organizations that our charitable organization sponsors. Based in Castlegar, Freedom Quest seeks to support and strengthen youth in difficulty at home and in the community. Freedom Quest runs various youth programs which include activities at Whatshan.

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8034 Highway 6, Box 63, Fauquier, BC V0G 1K0 44.53 km

Take time to enjoy a relaxing round of golf on the shore of the beautiful Arrow Lakes.

Located in the scenic West Kootenays between the Monashee and Selkirk Mountain ranges, our 9 hole course is both fun for the novice and a challenge for the more experienced golfer.

RV-ing?  We have a grassed and treed parking area near the clubhouse and if you need full facilities there is private camping nearby.

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Box 20, Fauquier, BC V0G 1K0 45.4 km

Valkyr Adventures is owned and operated by Martin and Shelly Glasheen who have made their home in the foothills of the Valkyrs since 1977. Starting from scratch we build a homestead and raised our two children in the mountains. Martin’s vision to create a series of cabins in the mountains was hatched in the late ‘90’s and finally made it through the provincial application process in 2003 when we obtained our Commercial Licence of Occupation to operate our Adventure Tourism business. Each lodge is handcrafted and built from locally sourced timber. Construction began with falling the trees and milling them on our Woodmizer sawmill into posts, beams and dimensional lumber. All the building material had to be trucked up the mountain on logging roads then flown into the building site by helicopter. Needless to say it takes a monumental effort to build lodges in the alpine! We’ve done it not once, not twice but three times! Valkyr Lodge opened in winter 2005, Hilda Hut in 2012 and The Outpost in 2017. It has been a rewarding experience and it has given us great pleasure to host our ski touring and alpine hiking guests up at our mountain retreats.

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101 Oak Street, Box 72, Fauquier, BC V0G 1K0 46.4 km

Arrow Lake Motel has been proudly owned by Ken and Liz Feiffer for three years. It is a newly renovated motel which includes eleven air-conditioned rooms, five in which are kitchenettes, right off the Needles Ferry in Fauquier, British Columbia.

Additionally, Arrow Lake Motel carries over ten M&M Food Market items such as sirloin steaks, stuffed potatoes, lasagna, shepherd’s pie, cabbage rolls, and pizza. We have three outdoor barbecues and microwaves available in all the rooms for our guests.

We are proud to announce that we have a newly open-licensed restaurant in Fauquier, British Columbia called Mushroom Addition
which is walking distance from Arrow Lake Motel.

426 Washington Street, Box 621, Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0 73.19 km

Producer of West Kootenay Vacation Map

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430 Front Street, Box 340, Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0 73.87 km

Book with us directly for the best available price, & then prepare to play it casual in a beautiful setting. As well, our pub has gorgeous lake views & serves up delicious food to pair with a favorite local brew.

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400 A Avenue, Box 430, Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0 73.99 km

Regional Tourism Magazine, for the southeastern area known as the West Kootenays in British Columbia, Canada.

Published by KS Perry Publishing Ltd (DBA Pennywise) in Kaslo BC.
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PO Box 329, Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0 74.11 km

The Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organization, committed to supporting and promoting the well-being of the business and local community; encouraging partnership and collaboration among businesses, non-profits, and charitable organizations. We provide opportunities for networking, community involvement, and professional growth.

Throughout the year, the Chamber sponsors a number of events that have become important village traditions, including the annual May Days Celebration, Christmas Light Up and Communities in Bloom and the ever-growing Kaslo Choose Local Campaign.

1998 Vernon St, Lumby, BC V0E 2G0 82.59 km

Our team:
The Aspen Team delivers a results-oriented and client-focussed approach to our land development and economic development consultancy. Specialists in Rural Dividend Fund Initiatives: Lands Evaluation, Design, Planning, Site Plans, Costing and Development Consulting.

Our history:
The Aspen Team brings 20 years of consulting land development, assessment, design and approvals experience to bear in realizing the potential of underdeveloped lands. Since 2012 our Team has specialized in Rural Municipality Economic Development through Lands Showcases.

Our mission:
The Aspen Team leverages our expertise and the capabilities of our partners in Driving Growth & Economic Development of Underutilized Land Resources through Positioning & Promotion.

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3609 Highway 31, PO Box 1268, Ainsworth, BC V0G 1A0 85.11 km

The hot springs were first visited by the Ktunaxa First Nations peoples who experienced the waters as a welcome respite after a long day of hunting, fishing, and gathering roots and berries in what is now known as the Kootenay region. The Ktunaxa First Nations peoples embraced the nupika wu’u, or hot mineral waters, for their healing and rejuvenating powers and Ainsworth Hot Springs has been welcoming guests since the 1930s.

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1200 Powerhouse Road, Box 500, Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S1 87.8 km

BC Hydro is a Crown corporation, owned by the government and people of British Columbia. It’s our job to safely provide our customers with reliable, affordable and clean electricity throughout the province.

Scroll down the page to find information that includes quarterly and annual reports, our executive and board of directors, vendor/contractor information and reports on our sustainability objectives.

1007 Vernon Ave, Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0 87.84 km

Arts Revelstoke is the lead organization for Arts and Culture in Revelstoke, producing cultural events, spearheading public art projects and developing the arts and cultural scene in Revelstoke.

Arts Revelstoke has been in operation for over 60 years and was re-incorporated and re-energized in May of 1997 as a new society, Revelstoke Arts Council. We recently re-branded and are now operating as Arts Revelstoke, Revelstoke’s powerhouse arts and cultural leader.

Arts Revelstoke manages the Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre which opened its doors in 2012 and hosts a wide variety of events every year.

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1207 Maplewood street box 2569 revelstoke, bc , V0E2S0 88.31 km

At West Kootenay Park Management Inc., it is our goal to ensure our guests have the ultimate camping and visitor experience in any of our parks.

Welcome to the heart of the West Kootenays. Not quite the Rockies, not the Okanagan, but a region that stands on its own. Escape to a place where peace and quiet are inescapable and fun and adventure await; where scenery speaks for the people who come to be among it; and where rich experiences are born in a natural world that surrounds you at every turn. Central to it all, yet a world of its own. Come to look. Be ready to feel.

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1286 Highway 6, Box 72, Crescent Valley, BC V0G 1H0 90.3 km

AdventureRafting & Tours
Specialized in professional guiding experience.

Endless Adventure has been the local go-to rafting and kayaking company in the West Kootenays since 2006! We provide adventure and gentle rafting trips down the Slocan River, and offer kayaking and paddle boardings lessons and courses for all ages! We have a fleet of kayaks, paddleboards, and tubes for rent and we provide expert advice on where to go on the river to maximize your safety and fun!

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Box 365, Nelson, BC V0G 5R2 90.93 km
Open May-October! The coolest new activity in the Kootenays! Kokanee Mountain Zipline will provide customers with an incredible adrenaline rush of flying high above Kokanee Creek and a view of the variety of natural flora and fauna, while at the same time encouraging the preservation of the area’s significant natural resources and history.
No wings required. From high up in the forest canopy, experience a bird’s eye view of the stunning natural environment as you soar above the canyon at Kokanee Creek Provincial Park on six awe-inspiring ziplines. It’s the only outdoor adventure that’ll leave you breathless without breaking a sweat.
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