Paddleboarders on Kalamalka Lake near Vernon

(Andrew Strain photo)


Farms & Markets

Fresh produce

Armstrong is a farm town. The fertile agricultural lands of the Spallumcheen Valley in the North Okanagan provide green pastures for the dairy cows that have long made Armstrong famous for its cheese.

Sun-drenched slopes blossom with fruit trees and buzz with honeybees in spring. Rich bottomland that once included celery marshes remain attractive for vegetable production – especially asparagus.

Drive the country roads and see goats, beef cattle, huge poultry barns and tiny miniature horses. Stop by roadside stands and farmers' markets and take a bite out of nature.

Fruitful Drive

Get in the car and drive in any direction from downtown Armstrong for a taste of real farm country. Go with the season. Blossom-fresh honey in spring, asparagus in early summer, followed by a vegetable soup of fresh pickings.

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