#79 4354 HWY 3,

Vacant Land For Sale in Keremeos, British Columbia

Resort living with low fees, all year access to amenities and located along the Similkameen river with swimming access & walking path, games room, wine room, guest suites, workshop, gym, clubhouse, off-leash dog park, and more! The complex is gated for a lock and leave home year round. No age restrictions & pets welcome! This corner lot also has the PERFECT flat location with room for an RV and park model AND just steps to the riverfront, walking paths, pool and more. Tons of room for parking and no restrictions on how many or what! Live in a RV full time, part time or until you move your park model in and then have it as a guest home; Endless possibilities! INQUIRE FOR MORE DETAILS. (id:4069)

The RV resort is a Society consisting of 133 fractional interest Owners have exclusive use of their lots. The property enjoys many amenities that include a year round Indoor Pool and Spa. The Lodge includes a Kitchen, Large Dining area (for Society gatherings), Library, and Games room. Other Amenities include a Woodworking Room and Multi purpose Room (for everything from Yoga to Pottery). There are two rental rooms available to Owners and their guests. The Park is dog friendly and there is an off leash area. The Administration Office is open 9 am to 1 pm Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

The Resort has many full time residents and has a “Village” atmosphere. For the most part the Park is self-sufficient with its own domestic and fire water systems and WasteWater Treatment Plant. Back-up electrical power is installed for the use of these systems should there be a failure on the Grid.

The inspiring landscape around Keremeos can be enjoyed in many ways. One of the favorites on hot summer days is to take a cool dip in the Similkameen River. Tubing, canoeing or kayaking down the river is an unforgettable experience and fly fishers will find plenty of action in the eddies of the Similkameen.

The Keremeos Columns are tall columns of basalt resulting from Volcanic activity, some 30 million years ago. This spectacular sight is 30-meters high and forms a 100-meter-wide cliff, with more or less regular fractures of basalt. These volcanic monuments of slowly cooled lava, with the characteristic vertically-hexagonal columnar jointing of basalt, loom out of the surrounding forest. This is the same geological phenomenon that has formed the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland and the Devil’s Tower in Wyoming. The Keremeos Columns are not accessible at this time as the trail crosses private property.

The Grist Mill is located beside Keremeos Creek, on Upper Bench Road just one kilometer east off Highway 3A on the north side of Keremeos. Surrounded by the mountains in a near-desert environment, the Grist Mill and Gardens seems like an oasis with its shade trees, colourful flower beds and the waters of the creek flowing through the property. Inside the store/house, now called the Exhibit building, there is a model of the mill and an area devoted to explaining the restoration process. The Mill and Gardens are an educational family-fun place to visit. It still grinds flour every day and you can sample it in the homemade bread at the Grist Mill's restaurant. The site also features the original general store, gardens, interpretive presentations and special events throughout the year. There are a number of creekside campsites alongside the site, where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful Similkameen Valley.

Is a ski resort located on Beaconsfield Mountain approximately 35 kilometers (40 minute drive) northwest of Keremeos. Apex Mountain Resort has a summit elevation of 2187 m and receives an average of 600 cm of snow a year. There are 450 hectares (4.5 km²) of skiable terrain and 50 km of groomed cross country terrain. There are 67 named trails accessed by a total of four ski-lifts including one high speed quad.

There are two golf courses in the area. Twin Lakes Golf Course is a 15 minute drive to the east of Keremeos and the Princeton Golf Course is 40 minutes to the west.

In contrast to the semi-desert Similkameen Valley, Cathedral Lakes Provincial Park is 80,000 acres of lush alpine meadows. The Park contains six alpine lakes and five glacier topped peaks. A fit hiker will need a day to hike in and another out. For those who prefer to save their energy for strolling the alpine meadows, Cathedral Lakes Resort will drive you and your gear to their alpine lodge for a fee. The Resort is world class, so we recommend you enjoy its comforts and fine cuisine after a day of alpine hiking, bird watching and exploration of fantastic quartzite rock formations.

Recently named by enRoute Magazine as “one of the world’s 5 best wine regions you’ve never heard of,” the Similkameen wineries are starting to get some of the attention they deserve. This little patch of vineyards and this little patch of vineyards and orchards in the hot, dry and sunny Similkameen Valley is turning out some stunning grape and fruit wines. The Similkameen Valley has been growing fruit and grapes for many years, but it is only recently that there has been a rapid expansion in the number of wineries. Part of the reason the Similkameen is making such diverse and interesting wines is the complexity of the local soils. These soils and the different elevation and aspects of the vineyards and orchards allow successful wines to be made from aromatic whites to full-bodied and complex reds, and an endless array of marvelous fruit wines

While you are in the area, please visit all of the wonderful fruit stands. Did you know that the area around Keremeos is the home of the Ambrosia Apple? In the early 1990s, the Mennell family in BC’s Similkameen Valley discovered a tree in Sally Mennell’s orchard which bore unusual apples. Their orchard had previously been planted with Red Delicious and Golden Delicious, but they had replanted the area with Jonagold trees. A chance seedling grew up in one of the rows. Once the existing tree had matured, they cut and grafted a few branches onto other trees to see if they would still grow the same apples. The procedure was a success, and Ambrosia was born. The Ambrosia apples have the general conical shape of their parents, Reds and Goldens, but their color, texture and taste are distinctly superior and unique.
Address #79 4354 HWY 3,
List Price $124,950
Property Type Vacant Land
Type of Dwelling No Building
Area British Columbia
Sub-Area Keremeos
Lot Size 0.095 Sq. Ft.
MLS® Number 199220
Listing Brokerage Century 21 Amos Realty
Postal Code V0X1N1
Site Influences Recreation
Features Park setting, Private setting, Corner Site

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Katie & Sara Amos

Century21 Amos Realty

6212 Main Street Oliver BC V0H1T0
Office number: 250-489-4844

Office: 250-535-0509