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The Boundary area is a largely rural area of ranchland, river valleys and mountainous forest. Once the site of gold and copper mines, a few gold claims are still active. Remnants of the copper operation can be seen at Canada's smallest city of Greenwood. Old rail-beds, which once served the mining industry, are throughout the area, now forming part of the Trans -Canada Trail network. Greenwood was one of the locations where Japanese were interned during WW2. Many of these families have remained in the area.

Amenities here or close by:

on site:
ice cubes
wireless internet

Rock Creek 7 km:

Gold Pan Restaurant
Rock Creek Hotel & Prospector Pub with pub food
Rock Creek General Store, includes liquor store, deli, fruits & veg
post office
2 gas stations
2 ATM’s
Kettle Valley Golf Course
Kettle River Woodcraft, barn-board articles & furniture store
Rock Creek Trading Post & Coffee Shop
Rags, Relics & Rutabagas.  Arts & crafts store 
Bluebird Studio. Pottery, jewellery, native art
Country Pepper. locally made herb & spice mixes
Osoyoos 3/4 hr.    A variety of outdoor activities, shopping, many restaurants
Farmers Market, Sat morning: seasonal
SAGE FARM B & B :   Ecotourism & Agritourism in one package
We are a working farm 45 min east of Osoyoos, and 7km west of Rock Creek in the south-east Okanagan area, an area bordering the Kootenays known as the Boundary area. Sage Farm is 4 km from the main highway # 3, and at an elevation of 1150m; up out of the southern Okanagan desert area, into fir and larch forestland.  

The farmhouse and cabin overlook a 10-acre wetland which is a vital part of our 285 acres of quiet forest and meadows on widely varied terrain, a bird and wildlife sanctuary that borders on accessible Provincial Forest land to the north and east.
Farm-fresh full breakfasts featuring our own home-grown produce.

Cabin (suitable for two or a group) or farmhouse accommodations

Ideal getaway or retreat, for idling or bird-watching, stopover or base for:
Hiking or biking the Trans Canada Trail, North or East on the grade of the old Kettle Valley Railway.
CYCLISTS- HIKERS  Pickup available in Rock Creek
Circle Tour of vineyards via Highway 33 and Kelowna
Circle Route of Mountains & Vineyards….
cross-country skiing or snowshoeing on our own trails or downhill skiing and cross-country at several nearby hills.

Open year round.

Al & Sue Grant
1770 Johnstone Creek
West Road
Box 187, Rock Creek,
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Aug 2009
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