North Okanagan includes a number of communities that lie to the
north and east of Vernon. All have some special feature or activity
to offer the visitor; whether it be fishing, swimming and camping
or touring historic or commercial sites of interest.
23 km (14 mi.) north of Vernon on Highway 97A will bring you to
quaint and historic Armstrong and Spallumcheen. These communities
have a unique pioneer charm, enchanced by many heritage buildings
is a town full of history and today still provides a feel of the
old west. Many original wood frame buildings are still resident
in the town limits and within are a variety of shops.
museum and gallery, golf course, and exhibitions are just some
of the features attracting many to this quaint town.
351 m (1152 ft)
sales, service, manufacturing and tourism
On Highway 97A, north of Vernon in the Okanagan.
There are a wide variety of accommodations to satisfy all visitors;
the many resorts, RV campsites and provincial campsites and parks
are perfect for the outdoor enthusiasts while motels, bed and
breakfasts and lodges are available for those who like a bit of
Attractions: Cheese Factory tours, Caravan Farm Theatre, Interior
Provincial Agricultural Exhibition and Stampede (September)
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