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A rare heritage attraction nestled at the confluence of the Kootenay & Columbia rivers. This museum, on traditional orchard land, will introduce you to the unique skills, beliefs, culture & lifestyle of the Doukhobors as was lived circa 1908-1939.

This complete communal village offers videos, thousands of artifacts, the communal house with petch (oven), the banya (sauna), linen textiles and other crafts. The Village Gift Shop features art displays and Doukhobor Arts & Crafts for sale, CDs, books, videos and cards.

The Village Market (the blue building) is host to The Apple Guy who sells fresh produce and locally made borscht. The Village Bistro Restaurant is currently closed for renovations.

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An overview of British Columbia’s parks, including iconic UNESCO World Heritage Sites, national, provincial, regional and city parks, information about camping, wildlife and other practical park information.

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Located on the eastern shore of Vancouver Island in the Comox Valley, the Resort showcases the true essence of West Coast vacationing with 64 beachfront & ocean view rooms, a full service spa, the Pacific Mist Hydropath® & waterfront dining at its finest at the Breakwater restaurant. The Pacific Mist Hydropath®, unique to North America, is an hour long hydrotherapy experience moving through eight sandstone sculpted water features that relax, detoxify & remineralize the body. Access to outdoor activities in the area include: skiing, kayaking, biking, fishing & golf. Resort dining showcases local seasonal products & fresh seafood & offers stunning ocean & mountain views.

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Situated at Hwy 5 and Lilley Road, south end of Barriere, our Tourist/Visitor Info Booth provides a grassy area with picnic tables and a large kiosk map of Barriere and area. We are close to shopping, gas and restaurants. In-house produced Tourism, Fishing and Trail guides exclusive to this area are available for distribution throughout British Columbia via goBrochures.com.

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Come ride the Polar Express to visit Santa at the North Pole. Get your picture taken with the Hobo. Ride the Mini-Rail. See the new G Scale Train Set. Lots of fun for the whole family. Are you ready? Santa, the elves and Mrs. Claus will be waiting.

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An overview of farms and markets in British Columbia, Canada including information about BC farmers markets, organic farms, Circle Farm tours, Okanagan fruit stands and more.

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Historic guest ranch/cattle ranch. Rustic log cabins; authentic 1890's style saloon; meals; central showers; sauna; unsupervised horseback riding; canoeing, kayaking. Hay rides, bonfires and square dances. Weekly rates. Non rider rates available. Check our website for additional information.

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Camelot Vineyards began as an orchard & was owned & operated by Ruth & the late Robert Young Senior for almost 40 years. In 1996, keeping it in the family, Robert Young Jr. & his wife Denise, decided to take over the business. Exactly 10 years later in October 2006, a huge decision was made to remove all of the trees & replant the acreage with a vineyard. Following this, Camelot Winery was erected.

As a member of the British Columbia Wine Institute, we are held to a high standard. The BC VQA designation is your assurance that the wine you're purchasing is 100% from BC & has met rigorous quality regulations.

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Features a souvenir shop, WiFi access, lounge area with water cooler, up-to-date road, weather and event information year-round, public washrooms as well as brochures. We are located in the newest recreation facility, the Pomeroy Sport Centre. This building features a free walking track, speed skating oval and two professional hockey-size rinks. We are located across from a mall and adjacent to an indoor swimming facility. There are numerous pull-through spots for RV parking. We are one block north of the famous Alaska Highway.

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