Armstrong & Spallumcheen

A perfect mix of agriculture & culture

Rolling out the welcome mat for generations.

Armstrong and Spallumcheen enjoy an abundance of agricultural opportunities and heritage. Once known as ‘Celery City’, the region is home to family farms and farm markets, the Interior Provincial Exhibition, festivals, live music, and spectacular trail systems. If you love food, you’ll want to stop by and taste the artisan cheese and chocolate, sample wine and apple cider, or visit British Columbia’s only operating flour mill. Outdoor enthusiasts can hike or bike the trails above the valley at Mount Rose-Swanson. Just up for an easy walk? Explore the Thomas Hayes Ecological Reserve and find a wide diversity of native plants and waterfowl area. Watch for the epic new Sicamous - Armstrong Rail Trail as it is developed over the coming years! Arts, culture, music and theatre are staples here. Enjoy Music in the Park all summer, take in one of the many festivals and you won’t want to miss the renowned outdoor summer and winter theatre at Caravan Farm Theatre or live performances at the Asparagus Community Theatre.

Follow the Barn Quilt Trail featuring over 30 hand painted Barn Quilts - big and small - located throughout the valley. 

Known for our asapargus fields and artisan cheese, agriculture is a big part of life here. We celebrate it with yearround farmers’ markets and agricultural events. Visitors can find a wide variety of local produce - honey, eggs, meat, cheese, chocolate, and more. Mark your calendar for the 120th Interior Provincial Exhibition and Stampede held at the and of August.

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3550 Bridge Street, Armstrong