The Boundary Country Just east of the south interior of British Columbia is the region known as Boundary Country. Here you will find the following towns and communities: Bridesville, Rock Creek, Midway, Greenwood, Grand Forks, Westbridge and the Christian Valley. These towns and communities are all within our service area. If you are looking for properties for sale, please click this link Active Listings or the menu at the top of the page. To view a local area map to see the relation of the towns in the area please click on this link MAP for local weather you can get up todate info for the Rock Creek area here at Enviroment Canada's Weather Page for Rock Creek they also have historical data available through various searches.
I also spend a lot of time taking non real estate related photos of the area and I love to share them and this country with people, you can find my photos on the Google Earth program and Panoramio sites to see more of this great area.
Tourism Website on the local area www.boundarybc.com
Looking for a Business or Service? Regional Chamber of Commerce http://www.boundarychamber.com/
Boundary Sentinle Newspaper with lots of local info: http://boundarysentinel.com/about-boundary
Want to go fishing, hunting, camping or just adventuring? Check out this great page on how to get into our local Back Country Lakes both for the Boundary Country & the Okanagan area.
Want to go on a Western Vacation or to a Guest Ranch? Here is a fantastic BC Ranch Vacations Guide Book to help you in your choices.
Maybe you are looking for info on Eco Tourism and Holiday choices? Another great BC Eco Tourist Guide Book for those vacation options as well.
Bridesville & Sidley is rural area of BC located in the Gold Canyon Highlands region between Osoyoos and Rock Creek. It is comprised of 'mostly' large ranches of cows, hay and horses. There is no local website for the village of Rock Creek. Below are some of the local things you can do in the area and websites.Mount Baldy Details coming.
Rock Creek is located about 40 minutes east of Osoyoos in the Kettle Valley and it at the intersection of Hwy 3 and Hwy 33.
Some local event and company websites
Fascinating little TV show on the discovery and early growth of Rock Creek. Starting out with discovery in 1858 and originally called York Creek and then Soldier’s Crossing and then Soldier’s Bar before settling as Rock Creek Camp about 1861. Great tales of the Gold Bonanza, murders, gun play and other historical happenings that shaped this great little town and area.
Part 3Midway is a semi-arid desert town is located one hour east of Osoyoos, 2 hours south of Kelowna and 3/4 of an hour west of Grand Forks. Midway lies in an east-west portion of the Kettle Valley. Fruit trees can grow in the town, there are prickly-pear catti in the hills and the Kettle River runs through the town.
For info on the town please see their website: www.midwaybc.ca
Greenwood is a historic town and considered to be BC's smallest city. There is a Victorian flavour to the town, with many impressive 100 year old homes and buildings. Several movies have been filmed in the area and the town has a coastal look and feel to it with a rugged and forested terrain.
For info on Greenwood, BC's "smallest city" please see their website: www.greenwoodcity.com
Jewel Lake is spring fed lake is just moments east of Greenwood. Details coming. For the time being while the website is being rebuilt you can find our listing for Jewel Lake located under the Greenwood tab.
Grand Forks Details coming.
Christina Lake Details coming. For the time being while the website is being rebuilt you can find our listings for Christiana Lake under the Grand Forks tab.
Westbridge: Details coming.
Christian Valley Details coming.
Beaverdell & Carmi Details Coming.