Regional District: Kootenay Boundary
People come to see its historic sites and to take driving tours around the area to glimpse its mining and railroad heritage. Mountain biking is popular along the Trans Canada Trail and outdoor enthusiasts enjoy swimming, canoeing or kayaking, fishing and camping in nearby provincial parks. Without even a stop sign to slow traffic, people driving through on the main thoroughfare, Copper Street/Highway 3, feel compelled to pull over for a look around. The remarkably well preserved commercial buildings and homes that cluster around its compact centre immediately beam people back to a turn-of-the-20th century mining boom town. Historic buildings and heritage sites are the main attraction in Greenwood. Check out the excellent Greenwood Museum and take the Greenwood Heritage Walk to fully appreciate the 1890s/early 1900s homes that speak volumes about the community's boom days as the hub of regional mining activity.
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843 Rossland Ave, Trail, BC, V1R 4S8
The Trail Industrial Airport lands, approximately 7 ha, are owned by the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary and is located 5 km south of Trail on the Waneta Highway. These lands are currently zoned Industrial 2 in the RDKB Area “A” and are adjacent to the Columbia Gardens Industrial Park with ac...
330 Copper Avenue South, Greenwood, BC
Great retail location, There is a thriving retail store being run in this building located in Downtown Historic Greenwood. Although just the building and land are for sale in this listing the owner may sell her contents and inventory separately. There are living quarters in the back of the building ...
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