Creston, British Columbia, Canada is nestled in a scenic mountain valley in the heart of the Kootenays. Creston is surrounded by the Selkirk mountain ranges yet still boasts a wide flat valley that is ideally suited to agriculture. Take a walk in the area minutes from your vacation rental accommodations and enjoy the murals initiated by local artist Stefan Bell, in the late 1980s, to express different facets of life and history in the Creston Valley with murals on various local businesses.
The Creston Golf Club is a Par 72 and playable from a variety of tees covering 5,285 to 6,433 yards. This professionally designed course has been carefully laid out to provide enjoyable golf and spectacular scenery to all types of players, from the novice, to the highly skilled. Please choose the tees which suit your ability level to make your day most enjoyable. Rent holiday lodgings directly from owners of cabins, cottages, apartments and condo rentalaccommodations in Creston.
While in Creston, be sure to visit the "Stone House" Museum. The museum grounds are filled with fascinating remnants of the past. Outside, investigate a trapper's cabin and turn-of-the-century schoolhouse, pose for a photograph in front of an historic steam locomotive, and examine early farm machinery.
When you are visiting Creston don't forget your hiking boots or your bicycle. There are a number of trails to explore on foot and scenic byways to tour on your bicycle within close proximity to your condo rentals or other vacation rental accommodation. The Creston Valley’s country roads and terrain with its wide valley of bench and delta lands is ideal for cyclists because it makes for an abundance of cycling routes. The valley’s charming farms, vistas, forests and rivers contribute to some spectacular and varied scenery withon easy reach of your vacation rentals. The Creston Valley is noted for its mild winters, often making cycling possible all four seasons for the avid cyclist.
The fish are biting throughout the Kootenays. Fresh clean lakes and streams are abundant in this area and there are a variety of fishing experiences for the beginner or avid angler. Use your fly-fishing or spinning and casting techniques to catch rainbow or cutthroat trout on Goat, Moyie or Kootenay Rivers. Fifteen minutes north of Creston are Duck and Leach Lakes, home to yellow perch, whitefish and some of the best largemouth bass fishing North America.
Just minutes south of your vacation rental accommodations is the Creston Golf Club, and 18-hole, par-72 course with views of the Creston Valley, Kootenay River, Purcell and Selkirk Mountains. You may find yourself golfing under the perusal of osprey, blue heron, deer and the occasional elk. The mild climate in the Creston Valley means a golf season starting in mid-March with great weather lasting until the end of October. Within two hours of Creston you can enjoy another seventeen golf courses so make a stay at our vacation rentals a priority vacation.