Local Attractions

There are many local attractions to explore around the Three Valley Lake Chateau. Something for everyone - ranging from relaxing hot springs and museums to high adrenaline adventures such as whitewater rafting or zip-lines.

Choose an attraction below to see more information on it, and try out our interactive local attraction map to help find out where they are.

HEADING EAST

City of Revelstoke
Revelstoke Aquatic Centre
Alpine Addictions
Revelstoke Railway Museum
Apex Raft Company
Revelstoke Golf Club
Silver Tip Aviation
Meadows in the Sky Parkway
Revelstoke Hydro Dam
BC Interior Forestry Museum
Firehall Museum
Revelstoke Museum & Archives
Revelstoke Nickelodeon Museum
Blanket Creek Provincial Park
Martha Creek Provincial Park / Lake Revelstoke
Nakusp Hot Springs
Canyon Hot Springs
Halcyon Hot Springs
Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre
The Roxy Theatre

HEADING WEST

The Enchanted Forest
Skytrek Adventure Park
Crazy Creek Falls
Beardale Miniatureland
Craigellachie / Last Spike
Speed Way Fast Cars
Eagle River Golf and Country Club
D Dutchmen Dairy
Frontier Mini Golf
Shuswap Estates Golf Course
O’Keefe Ranch
Okanagan Wineries

Local Attractions Map:
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HEADING EAST
 

City of Revelstoke
18 KM

The town of Revelstoke is located 19km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau between the Selkirk and Monashee Mountains, and offers visitors quaint boutiques, casual coffee bars and a wide selection of restaurants. All are within easy walking distance of this charming alpine village.
For more information go to www.seerevelstoke.com

What to do
Revelstoke offers many activities for tourists. Besides being located in an all-season mountain playground and being the western gateway to the Rocky Mountains, Revelstoke has many cultural and historical attractions.

Outdoor Adventures
Outdoor activities include hiking, mountain biking, fishing, caving, heli-hiking, white water rafting and canoeing in summer. Revelstoke also has an 18-hole riverside golf course. In winter there is snowmobiling, heli-skiing and back country skiing.

Entertainment
Grizzly Plaza is an open air square in the centre of town that hosts free live entertainment every summer evening. On Saturday mornings a Farmer’s Market provides fresh produce, arts and crafts, and children’s entertainment.
Revelstoke is home to many museums. The Railway Museum tells the story of how the country came together through the building of the railway. The Revelstoke Museum and the Firehall Museum explore the town’s history, and the BC Interior Forestry Museum shows the importance of logging in the province.


Revelstoke Aquatic Centre
www.cityofrevelstoke.com/index.aspx?NID=131
600 Campbell Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C
Tel: 250-837-9351
19 KM

Located 19km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau, in Revelstoke, the Aquatic Centre is a great place for some fun and relaxation all year round. Along with a friendly staff, they have a 25 metre pool offering lane swimming, Climbing wall, Leisure pool with a Lazy River, Wild Waterslide, Hot Tub, Sauna and Steam Room. All pools are salt water.


Alpine Addictions
www.alpineaddictions.com
Tel: 1-250 837-2215
Email: [email protected] 
19 km

Located 19km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau, in Revelstoke. Alpine addictions offers custom guided rock and ice climbing, mountaineering and ski touring in both the Rocky Mountains of Canada and worldwide. An internationally certified mountain guide will meet with you right at Three Valley Lake Chateau.


Revelstoke Railway Museum
www.railwaymuseum.com 
Tel: 250-837-6060; Toll Free:1-877-837-6060
Email: [email protected] 
Address:719 Track Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
19 km

The Revelstoke Railway Museum is located 19km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau, in Revelstoke. Discover Canada’s history and railway heritage in one of Canada’s premier railway museums! Learn about the building of the railway, the workers involved, the final days of construction and present day operation. The museum’s unique design complements the multitude of beautiful artifacts and the large photo collection displayed.


Apex Raft Company
www.apexrafting.com 
Tel: 250-837-6376; Toll Free: 1-888-232-6666
Email: [email protected] 
19 KM

Apex Raft Company, located 19 km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau on Victoria St., will lead you to fresh water exhilaration. Since 1993 they have shown white-water enthusiasts from around the world the spectacular beauty of the Revelstoke area while rafting down the wild and scenic Illecillewaet River.


Revelstoke Golf Club
www.revelstokegolfclub.com
Tel: 250- 837-4276
Email: [email protected] 
19 KM

Located 19 km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau on Columbia Park Drive. It is one of Revelstoke’s best kept secrets - an 18 hole, riverside golf course. With the majestic Monashee and Selkirk Mountains as a backdrop, the Revelstoke Golf and Country Club has been described as "a gem of a course".


Silver Tip Aviation
Tel: 250-837-4414
25 KM

Located at Revelstoke Airport, 25km from the Three Valley Lake Chateau


Meadows in the Sky Parkway
Mount Revelstoke National Park
www.pc.gc.ca 
20 KM

The Mt. Revelstoke National Park main park entrance is located 20km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau, on Hwy #1 at Revelstoke. Meadows in the Sky Parkway is a 26km road winding up into the mountainside, leading to the Mt. Revelstoke summit. Offering lush rainforests and sub alpine wildflower landscapes, Mt. Revelstoke National Park is alive with colour and beauty. The parkway is open during the mountain's snow free months, usually mid-July to mid-October.


Revelstoke Hydro Dam
www.bchydro.com 
Tel: 250-814-6697
24 KM

The Revelstoke Hydro Dam is located 5 km north of Revelstoke on Highway #23 north, 24 km from Three Valley Lake Chateau. Built in 1984, the Revelstoke Hydro Dam is one of the largest and most modern in North America. The dam is one of four that were built to regulate the flow of the Columbia River and provide power to the province. There is a visitor centre, located at the top of the powerhouse, which has a large exhibit area, a theatre and gift shop. The centre offers a display and video presentations showing how the Revelstoke Dam was built and explains the process of hydroelectricity. A self-guided tour features the discovery of the power generation story through the penstock gateway walk-through tour and an elevator ride to the dam crest lookout located atop the massive, 165 m high concrete dam. All areas are fully wheelchair accessible. Admission is free. The visitor centre is open from June to October, 10 am to 5 pm, seven days a week.


BC Interior Forestry Museum
www.bcforestrymuseum.ca
Tel: 250-837-8078
Email: [email protected] 
23 KM

Located 4km north of Revelstoke on Hwy #23 North, 23km from Three Valley Lake Chateau, is the BC Interior Forestry Museum. See displays and machinery, visit the gift shop and look through the Vintage Fire Lookout Station. Open seven days a week, May-Sept.


Firehall Museum
http://www.revelstoke.worldweb.com/SightsAttractions/Museums/
#227 – 4th St. W. Revelstoke BC
19 KM

Located 19 kilometres east of Three Valley Lake Chateau in Revelstoke. The Firehall Museum features a 1923 International Bickel, Revelstoke’s first fire truck. A photographic archive and other pieces of firefighting memorabilia are exhibited here.


Revelstoke Museum & Archives
www.revelstokemuseum.ca 
Tel: 250-837-3067
Email: [email protected] 
19 KM

Located 19 km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau on 1st Street in Revelstoke. The Revelstoke Museum and Archives is the former Post Office and Customs building, constructed in 1926. This beautiful, brick heritage building has been home to the museum and archives since 1974. The collection focuses on all aspects of the history of Revelstoke and district.


Revelstoke Nickelodeon Museum
www.revelstokenickelodeon.com
Tel: (250) 837-5250
Email: [email protected]
19 KM

Located 19km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau in Revelstoke. One hour guided demonstration tours of mechanical musical instruments, encompassing Victorian musical boxes, player pianos, player reed and pipe organs. Come and share the wonder of music from yesteryear!


Blanket Creek Provincial Park
http://travel.bc.ca/listings/blanket-creek-provincial-park/21729/ 
45 KM

Blanket Creek Provincial Park is located 25 km south of Revelstoke on Highway #23 south, 45 km from Three Valley Lake Chateau. This Provincial Park features the 12 metre high Sutherland Falls, as well as remains of a long deserted farm site. The Monashee Mountains are to the west. The park is an old homestead located where Blanket Creek enters the Columbia River. From here, the mighty river empties into Upper Arrow Lake on its way south. The park offers good lake and stream fishing for Dolly Varden, Kokanee and rainbow trout. In fall, Kokanee spawn at the mouth of the creek.


Martha Creek Provincial Park / Lake Revelstoke
Martha Creek Provincial Park
www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/martha.html 
39 KM

Located 20 km north of Revelstoke on Hwy #23 North, 39 km from Three Valley Lake Chateau. Great fishing, a wharf, paved boat launch and campsites on the reservoir are four lures that make this park popular with local anglers. The only provincial park on the Revelstoke reservoir, it hosts one of the few sandy beaches in the area and provides playground opportunities including an adventure playground, indoor cook shelter and a large picnic field complete with volleyball net and horseshoe pitch. Lake Revelstoke offers great fishing for Dolly, trout, and Kokanee.


Nakusp Hot Springs
www.nakusphotsprings.com 
Tel: 250-265-3689
Email: [email protected] 
127 KM

Nakusp Hot Springs is located 127 km from Three Valley Lake Chateau. Drive south of Revelstoke on Hwy #23 and enjoy the free ferry across Arrow Lake. The Nakusp Hot Springs are 8km up a mountain pass from the town of Nakusp. Open year round, the hot springs offer something for everyone. Enjoy the soothing mineral waters, and kick back in British Columbia's cleanest of springs - where the waters are replenished daily.


Canyon Hot Springs
www.canyonhotsprings.com 
Tel: 250-837-2420
Email: [email protected] 
54 KM

Located 54km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau on Hwy #1. Relax in the mineral pools located in British Columbia's spectacular Selkirk Mountains between Glacier and Mt. Revelstoke National Parks. Open May to September.


Halcyon Hot Springs
www.halcyon-hotsprings.com 
Tel: 250-265-3554; Toll Free: 1-888-689-4699
Email: [email protected] 
87 KM

Located 68km south of Revelstoke on Hwy #23, 87km from Three Valley Lake Chateau. Halcyon Hot Springs is on the shores of beautiful Arrow Lakes, surrounded by spectacular mountain scenery and wilderness.


Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre
www.revelstokevisualarts.com
Tel: 250-814-0261
Email: [email protected] 
Address: 320 Wilson Street, Revelstoke, B.C.
19 KM

Located 19km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau in Revelstoke. The Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre maintains the Revelstoke Public Art Gallery, classrooms, a professional pottery studio, a community woodworking studio, a photography studio and darkroom, a small library and is developing individual studio spaces ideal for painters and sculptors.


The Roxy Theatre
www.roxytheatre.info
Tel: 250-837-5540
19 KM

Located 19km east of Three Valley Lake Chateau in Revelstoke. Be sure to check-out the latest movies at the Roxy Theatre in Grizzly Plaza, downtown Revelstoke.
 
 
 


HEADING WEST


The Enchanted Forest
www.enchantedforestbc.com 
Tel: 250-837-9477; Toll Free: 1-866-944-9744
Email: [email protected] 
13 KM

The Enchanted Forest is located 13 kilometres west of Three Valley Lake Chateau on the Trans Canada Highway. It began many years ago as the realization of a dream and has evolved over the years into a unique attraction that appeals to every age. The main trail of the Grand Forest provides the magical setting for over 350 Jolly Fairy Folk figurines.


Skytrek Adventure Park
www.skytrekadventurepark.com
Tel: 250-837-9477; Toll Free: 1-866-9744
E-mail: [email protected]
13 KM

Skytrek Adventure Park is located at The Enchanted Forest, 13 kilometres west of Three Valley Lake Chateau on the Trans Canada Highway. Experience BC adventure in the treetops of British Columbia Canada's Monashee Mountains! Fly through the treetops on zip lines, fight your way up scramble nets, manipulate across suspension bridges and swinging logs or slide from tree to tree on skateboards. Fun for the entire family.


Crazy Creek Falls
www.crazycreekwaterfalls.com 
Tel: (250) 836-2838
Email: [email protected] 
18 KM

Crazy Creek Waterfalls and Suspension Bridge is located on the Trans Canada Highway 18 kilometres west of Three Valley Lake Chateau. The grandeur of high mountain wilderness country is made more accessible by the newly constructed boardwalks leading to viewing platforms. Crazy Creek drains 119 sq km of mountain country, and it all converges at this gorge. The spectacular falls have two stages (approx. 100 feet) with a natural pool partway down. The waterfalls, and colours of the water, are a sight that is truly beautiful.


Beardale Miniatureland
www.3valley.com/beardale_miniatureland
Phone: 1-888-667-2109
22 KM

On Hwy #1, 22km west of Three Valley Lake Chateau, you'll find one of Canada's most irreplaceable and endearing attractions - Beardale Miniatureland. Meticulously handcrafted model villages, complete with working trains and model cable cars, this park-like setting features an extraordinary world of miniature towns, model railways and colourful fantasyland characters all "in motion." Highlights include a 1950’s Canadian Prairie town, Medieval German Town, English Tudor Village, Swiss Mountain Village, Last Spike Heritage Display, Haida Fishing Village, and a Japanese Temple and Sand Garden. Today, under the care and respect of Three Valley Lake Chateau, Beardale is a testament to creator Herb Egin’s perseverance and commitment to cultural awareness and heritage preservation.


Craigellachie / Last Spike
www.hellobc.com/revelstoke/things-to-do/arts-culture-history/historic-heritage-sites.aspx 
Tel: 250-837-6060
28 KM

Located 28 kilometres west on the Trans Canada Highway from Three Valley Lake Chateau is the historical last spike of the Trans Continental Railway. With the swing of a spike maul by the Hon. Donald Alexander Smith at Cragellachie, B.C. on November 7th, 1885, that single spike instantly became an important historic symbol. Not only did it represent the completion of the trans-continental railway, but it also meant an important step in the founding of a nation. \


Speed Way Fast Cars
www.shuswapspeedway.com
Tel: (250) 836-4165
Email: [email protected] 
30km

Located 30 kilometres west of Three Valley Chateau on the Trans Canada Highway is the Speed Way Fast Cars Go Karts. The Shuswap Speed Way Rub n Race Go Kart track provides serious Go Kart racing entertainment for the whole family - including the adult kids! They have the only fully paved Rub n Race Go Kart race track in the Shuswap. The Go Karts attain speeds of 50 kph (kilometres per hour). Ask the locals. Where do all the serious local Go Kart racers go? To the Shuswap Speed Way.


Eagle River Golf and Country Club
www.eaglerivergolf.com
Tel: 250-836-4454
Email: [email protected]
50 KM

Located 50 kilometres west on the Trans Canada Highway from Three Valley Lake Chateau, Eagle River Golf and Country Club has earned the reputation as a challenging golf course in the Okanagan. The fully-rated 9-hole golf course is located in the heart of the Shuswap Lakes region, in Sicamous, British Columbia. A picturesque golf course along the Eagle River, the immaculate greens beckon the most demanding putter. The water hazards and sand traps on this golf course are naturally located, posing a challenge to all golfers and impressing the eye with its design.


D Dutchmen Dairy
www.dutchmendairy.ca 
50 km

Located 50km west of Three Valley Lake Chateau, on Trans Canada Highway #1. D Dutchman Dairy in Sicamous is a quaint little farm where they make their own delicious ice cream, have a free petting zoo, and picnic area.


Frontier Mini Golf
www.shuswapdestinations.com/frontierminigolf/ 
53 km

Located 53 kilometres west on the Trans Canada Highway from Three Valley Chateau, in downtown Sicamous. Frontier Mini Golf has 18 holes of mini golf, fun for the whole family to enjoy!


Shuswap Estates Golf Course
www.shuswaplakeestates.com/04golf/4golf.htm 
Tel: 250-675-2315
115 KM

Located 115 kilometres west on the Trans Canada Highway from Three Valley Lake Chateau lies the Shuswap Estates Golf Course. The recently expanded 18 hole professionally designed championship course offers well bunkered, undulating greens, generous fairways and four beautiful lakes. This scenic course, Par 71, 6467 yards with three sets of tee boxes, provides a variety of challenges for both the accomplished and casual golfer. Practice facilities include a driving range, 2 practice greens, and practice sand bunkers.


O’Keefe Ranch
www.okeeferanch.ca 
Tel: (250) 542-7868
Email: [email protected] 
126 KM

The O’Keefe Ranch is located 126km from Three Valley Lake Chateau. Drive west on Hwy #1 to Sicamous, take 97A south to Vernon and take the Kamloops turn off onto Hwy 97 North, just before Vernon. O’Keefe ranch is 4km further. Founded in 1867, O’Keefe Ranch was once one of the largest cattle ranches in British Columbia, spanning over 20,000 acres of prime Okanagan land. From their humble beginnings, the O’Keefe family built up a small settlement consisting of a general store - with the first post office in the Okanagan Valley, a blacksmith shop, St. Anne’s Church built in 1889 (and still a popular wedding location) plus many other necessary ranch buildings. Today, O’Keefe Ranch is a designated BC Heritage Site and an important tourist attraction in the Okanagan Valley.


Okanagan Wineries
The Okanagan wine making region of British Columbia lies southwest of Three Valley Gap. It has become renowned for the quality of its wines and the number of wineries continues to grow. Many of these wineries are open for tours and tastings.

The summers are hot and dry in this region. The Okanagan valley is dominated by the Lake Okanagan and further to the south Skaha and Vaseux lakes. Yet the valley becomes desert-like in the south near the town of Osoyoos.

The majority of the wineries are clustered around the towns of Kelowna, Penticton, Okanagan Falls and Oliver, with a couple as far south as Osoyoos and several as far north as Salmon Arm and Shuswap Lake.

The region produces many varieties of wine using grapes grown locally. Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir grapes are grown in the south, and Pinot Blanc, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Riesling and Gewürztraminer are grown in the middle and northern regions. Some grapes are left to freeze on the vine to create the area’s famous ice wines.

Salmon Arm/Shuswap Lake Wineries
The wineries closest to Three Valley Gap are those around Salmon Arm, Shuswap Lake and Vernon. These include Granite Creek Estate Wines, Recline Ridge Vineyards, Larch Hills Winery and Hunting Hawk Winery.

Where It’s At
A map of the Okanagan Wine region can be found at this website:
www.britishcolumbia.com/Maps/?id=73

Distances between Three Valley Gap and Okanagan Valley wine centres:
 
• Salmon Arm - 88 km or 55 miles
• Vernon - 126 km or 79 miles
• Kelowna - 179 km or 112 miles
• Penticton - 240 km or 150 miles
• Osoyoos - 302 km or 188 miles

*All facilities are a division of Three Valley Lake Chateau Ltd.