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Waterway Houseboats

Waterway Houseboats, located on the spectacular Shuswap Lake of Northern Okanagan, offer affordable recreation and houseboating vacations, sport boat and watersport rentals, as well as mountain bikes ...more »

  • Location: Sicamous
  • Type: Houseboat Rentals
  • Tel: 250-836-2505

Murrin Provincial Park

Murrin Provincial Park encompasses a 24-hectare area, located on the west side of Highway 99 between Britannia Beach and Squamish. ...more »

  • Location: Britannia Beach
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 604-986-9371

Mount Revelstoke National Park of Canada

The Mount Revelstoke National Park, known as the rainforest of 1,000-year-old cedars and spectacular mountain, is a local favourite located in the Kootenay Rockies. ...more »

  • Location: Revelstoke
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 250-837-7500

Cultus Lake Provincial Park

Cultus Lake Provincial Park is an extremely popular destination for residents from all over the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley, particularly in the summertime. ...more »

  • Location: Cultus Lake
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 604-986-9371

Skagit Valley Provincial Park

Skagit Valley Provincial Park is a vast wilderness area, bordering on E C Manning Park and the North Cascades National Park in Washington State. The park is known for its rugged beauty. ...more »

  • Location: Hope
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 604-986-9371

Sasquatch Provincial Park

Sasquatch Provincial Park is a 1,217 hectare park that offers access to four different lakes. Located in the District of Kent, this park is just six kilometres north of Harrison Hot Springs. ...more »

  • Location: Harrison Hot Springs
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 604-986-9371

Yoho National Park of Canada

Yoho National Park is located in the Rocky Mountains in the southeastern region of BC and is also part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site ...more »

  • Location: Field
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 250-343-6783

Porteau Cove Provincial Park

Porteau Cove Provincial Park, located 8.5 km south of Britannia Beach off the Sea to Sky Highway, is well known for scuba diving and is a local favourite with windsurfers. ...more »

  • Location: Britannia Beach
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 604-986-9371

Cowichan River Provincial Park

Cowichan River Provincial Park is 1,414 hectares in size and is located on southern Vancouver Island just south of Duncan. ...more »

  • Location: Duncan
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 250 474 1336

Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park

Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park covers a 159 hectare area, located just east of Hope. This park is home to the Othello Tunnels, which were originally constructed for the Canadian Pacific Railway ...more »

  • Location: Hope
  • Type: Parks - Beaches
  • Tel: 604-986-9371

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Whether mountain biking, urban cycling, renting a scooter or motorcycle, British Columbia is sure to provide you with fun road trips, lots of off-road trails and biking opportunities.

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BC Interior RV Show

BC Interior RV Show

25 Apr - 27 Apr
Exhibition

Join us for the BC Interior RV Show at the Penticton Trade & Convention Centre and the SOEC in... more »

Chor Leoni presents MYVoice: Let's Go! in New Westminster

Chor Leoni presents MYVoice: Let's Go! in New Westminster

3 May
Music

Get set for a high-energy evening of music when the high school-aged men of Chor Leoni‚Äôs MYVoice... more »

How the Blossoms are Falling

How the Blossoms are Falling

10 May
Music

Elektra Women's Choir presents How the Blossoms are Falling on Saturday May 10th, 2014 at Ryerson... more »

Meadowlark Nature Festival

Meadowlark Nature Festival

15 May - 19 May
Festival

The Okanagan Similkameen Conservation Alliance (OSCA) organizes the Meadowlark Nature Festival and... more »

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