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Summerland, BC – A Small Town with Wineries, Beaches & More

Summerland, BC – A Small Town with Wineries, Beaches & More. This Okanagan community is a perfect warm weather destination. Nestled in the Okanagan Valley between the cities of Penticton and Kelowna, Summerland brings plenty of beaches, vineyards, orchards, and history to the table. Read more…

A Northern Vancouver Island, BC Road Trip – An Adventure to Remember

Once you head north of Campbell River, on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, you get the distinct feeling that you are truly heading into the wilderness. As the miles stretch on and you see nothing but trees, mountains, and the occasional glimmer of water, the meaning of the tag line “escape into nature” really begins to sink in. Read more…

Find Your Own Little Piece of Paradise in Okanagan Falls & Kaleden in the South Okanagan, BC

The South Okanagan is full of rolling vineyards, steep cliffs, and small communities just waiting to be explored. While the larger Okanagan communities of Penticton, Kelowna, and Vernon offer all the amenities and conveniences of a city, there is something especially relaxing about escaping the crowds and finding your own little piece of paradise “out in the country.” Read more…

Road Tripping in British Columbia’s South Okanagan

The Okanagan is home to sun and sand at the many beaches, spectacular orchards and vineyards, and ample opportunities for adventures. It is also the perfect location for a summer-time road trip. This itinerary is planned as a 3-day trip. Read more…

Summer in British Columbia’s Cariboo: Concerts, Culture & Markets

When you think of BC’s Cariboo-Chilcotin Coast, it’s usually the wide open fields and rugged scenery that come to mind. But summertime in the Cariboo also presents an array of affordable, fun and family-friendly culture-filled events that are sure to make any trip a worthwhile venture and adventure. Read more…

Take a BC Summer Road Trip through the Fraser Canyon

The Fraser Canyon makes the perfect close-to-home road trip for people who live in the Fraser Valley and Greater Vancouver areas. The scenery is diverse enough that you feel like you really are “getting away” but the mileage on your car stays relatively low, giving you lots of bang for your buck. Read more…

Exploring Quesnel & Area in the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast: Nature’s Playground

If there were any natural part of the world that could legitimately earn the catchy moniker of “Outdoor Adventureland,” it might be BC’s own Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region. It’s also what some might call “Big Sky Country,” reminiscent of cowboys, ranchers and homesteaders – the kind of big open spaces where the land meets the sea and opens into a world of possibilities. Read more…

Visit the New Blakeburn Lagoons Park in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia

Blakeburn Lagoons Park is Port Coquitlam’s newest city park which opened to the public on April 28, 2018. This site was once part of Blakeburn Ranch, a cattle ranch that thrived in the 1920s. Waste settlement ponds were built in the 1960s and decommissioned in the 1970s. Federal and city funding allowed for the site’s rehabilitation and development of the park and natural area. Read more…

Telling British Columbia’s Stories: 6 of the Province’s Best Community Museums

How best to learn the stories of a community than to visit their museum? All across the province, our towns and cities have community museums dedicated to sharing their history. Some are small and others more expansive, but they all have a common thread … the dedication and commitment of the curators and volunteers who are passionate about sharing the tales of their town. Read more…

How to Use Google Maps Anywhere Without Using Data!

As Gandalf famously said, “Not all who wander are lost”. Getting lost wastes time, energy and frays nerves. Holiday minutes are irreplaceable and great maps are the answer. Read more…