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Local Points of Interest
Our Creston Valley has many venues that will interest you, including:
- Creston & District Community Complex (indoor pool and fitness centre): A modern facility that features a gym, ice arena, indoor swimming pool, indoor courts and a fitness centre for valley residents to have fun and stay active.
- Creston & District Public Library: Open 5 days a week, the library offers a wide array of programs and services to the region.
- Creston Golf Club: Located 3 kilometers south of Creston off Highway 21 sits a professionally designed golf course that is challenging, relaxing and fun for golfers of all skill levels.
- Creston Museum: Opened in 1982, the museum brings history to life through its vibrant and engaging interpretation of events.
- Creston Valley Dog Park: 1,400 square metres (0.35 acres) in an L-shaped fenced grassy area adjacent to the Steve’s Ride trailhead off Cedar Street. This space is big enough to create an environment suitable for many types of dogs and their owners.
- Creston Valley Farmer’s Market: Held on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. by the Chamber of Commerce (Visitor Centre), this market is a great place to find some of the best locally grown food the Creston Valley has to offer. The market is outdoors from May - September, and indoors (at Morris Flowers) until December.
- Creston Valley Regional Airport: Owned by the Town of Creston, this airport is used for many purposes including recreational tourism, ambulance service and wildfire mitigation.
- Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area: This area is 17,000 acres of Provincial Crown land that includes a lake, 17 marshes, a river and borders several mountain slopes.
- Steve’s Ride Trail & Klaus’s Corner: 1.3 kilometers (0.8 miles) of new surfaced trail and 14 different outdoor gym fitness stations have been added to the Creston Recreational Trail Network off of Cedar Street. The new trails have been named in memory of two local residents Stephen (Steve) Hernandez and Klaus Kuhnlein, who were active community members, who enjoyed outdoor recreation.