Boundary Country is situated in the centre of British Columbia’s southern interior, between the Kootenays and the Okanagan.
The region’s four seasons of rivers, lakes, valleys, mountains, grasslands, and forests call to those who seek an improved quality of life.
The affordability of land and buildings, both commercial and residential, is among the best in all of BC.
Boundary Country is the perfect place for anyone with a longterm vision. Building a dream life here is doable for any entrepreneur.
The community thrives from small and medium sized independent businesses.
While our population may be spare, our reach is vast. Spanning a few hundred kilometers, Boundary Country is host a number of small communities, each more unique than the next.
Beaverdell is an unincorporated settlement in the Monashee Country of the Southern Interior of British Columbia, Canada, which lies to the east of the Okanagan Valley and in the northern part of Boundary Country region. It is located midway along the West Kettle River between Kelowna and Rock Creek along British Columbia Highway 33.
Bridesville is located 15 km (9 miles) west of Rock Creek and 36 km (22 miles) east of Osoyoos on Hwy 3.
A small unincorporated community with around 30 residences. The community sits next to Hwy 3 with the Bridesville Townsite Road running parallel to the highway. The Bridesville countryside is surrounded by grassland pastures occupied by cattle ranches and sits in a steep valley that runs from Rock Creek to the Anarchist highway summit east of Osoyoos.
Christina Lake is best known area of Boundary Country. This beautiful lake is lined with waterfront cabins at one end, and unspoiled nature at the other. The town itself is host to about 1000 residents, but swells vastly in the summer with tourists and vacation home owners.
Christina Lake is situated at the far east of Boundary Country, and many of its residents work outside the region in Trail or Castlegar. Many also work throughout Boundary Country in areas like Grand Forks.
Grand Forks is the hub of Boundary Country. Its classic downtown main street filled with shopping, food and activities. There are a number of major employers in the city that employe residents throughout Boundary Country, and its small business scene is continually growing.
The city has become a popular destination in recent years, but there is no shortage of space to grow for this easily accessible community. Located on HWY 3, Grand Forks is also on the US border, with a crossing right in the city.
Greenwood, aka Canada’s smallest city, is one of BC’s more recognizable destinations. The old western style facades of its main street, and classic heritage style homes make it a wonderland for anyone with a classic mindset.
The city is host to a number of retail outlets and food establishments, and is about 20minutes West of Grand Forks.
Midway is another Boundary Country community that resides on the US border. With a crossing right in town, Midway is kind of the Hub of the smaller West Boundary communities.
Being host to an RCMP detachment, as well as a skating and curling rink, and an active lumber mill – midway is the perfect place to find both serenity and amenities.
Rock Creek is know for more than great sandwiches… all though most people travelling to Kelowna know it for just that!
The town is located at the 3 and 33 junction making it a pretty busy little area. Host to a number of camping locations and summer activities, it pulls in tourists from both Osoyoos and Kelowna.