Tourism & Recreation

Where Fruitvale BC sits from a provincial scale view

Tourism & Recreation

The Village of Fruitvale sits in the heart of a re-creation paradise. The West Kootenay region of BC offers world class opportunities enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. Explore this page and discover why the ‘Kootenay lifestyle’ is so appealing. 

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Camping is a staple of Kootenay living. Visit the campgrounds page to help you decide on your next adventure

Our spectacular Champion Lakes Golf Course gives the golfer a feeling that is not found anywhere else near Fruitvale. We feature 9 holes of golf that is ideal for all levels of play and is designed to help you improve your game. Our idyllic settings will let you step away from life for a little while and focus on your golf passion. 

The annual Beaver Valley May days are traditionally held on the weekend after the Victoria Day long weekend with a plethora of activities for young and old alike. Visit their website for schedules, activities, volunteering and more…

Check out Fruitvale’s fascinating history. Learn about Fruitvale’s beginning, historical buildings, previous mayors and council members, even how your street got it’s name! Check out the History page for a deep dive into the Village’s origins.

The natural beauty which encompasses the Village of Fruitvale is diverse and accessible. Regardless of age, fitness level or budget, spending time with nature in the beautiful Kootenays is easy and rewarding.

Champion Lakes Provincial Park takes its name from the lakes and creek by that name and is located in the Selkirk Mountains, 18 km north west of Fruitvale. The special features of this park include the chain of picturesque small lakes, old growth forest and an example of forest succession.

Village Office: Mon – Thurs
8:30am – 4:30 pm
Public Works: Mon – Fri
7:00 am – 3:30 pm

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