Paddleboarders on Kalamalka Lake near Vernon

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 (Kevin Arnold photo)

(Kevin Arnold photo)

Despite its status as Canada's Smallest City, Greenwood is really a village. However, because of its location on Highway 3 and its historical attractions, this place offers some good eating.

Coffee Shops & Bakeries

The Copper Eagle Cappuccino and Bakery (325 South Copper/Highway 3) occupies a space in an historic block of buildings that has stood since 1899. It's a landmark for locals and regular travellers of Highway 3.

Coffee & Art

Coffee addicts who are also interested in art stop by Deadwood Junction at the west end of town (Highway 3) for a cup of brew and a look at the work of numerous local artisans in wood, silk screen, glass, oils and watercolours. A few antiques are also on display.

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