Armstrong BC is a lovely, small farming community with a pleasing blend of country activities and outdoor recreation.
The town's authentic western look is complemented by its heritage buildings, shady streets and huge country fair grounds (home of the Interior Provincial Exhibition and Stamplede which has been in operation since 1899.
Armstrong, BC located amidst the dairy and farmlands of the Spallumcheen Valley, a name derived from a Shuswap language word with multiple meanings: "beautiful valley","flat meadow,""meeting of the waters" and "prairie-banked river,
Armstrong BC Real Estate Info:
Real estate in Armstrong is typically more affordable than in some of the nearby larger markets. In Armstrong there is a variety of beautiful heritage homes, adult condominium communities, and various homes of all shapes and sizes. There are many lovely country estates and acreages around the entire Spallumcheen Valley. See below for Arrmstrong MLS listings.
The City of Armstrong is located in the North Okanagan between Vernon and Enderby. It overlooks the Spallumcheen Valley, which forms a broad pass between the Okanagan Valley to the south and the Shuswap Country to the north.
Armstrong/Spallumcheen is a rural community and small, quaint commercial center. The main industry is agriculture, especially grain farming of alfalfa and wheat, although there is also logging and ranching.
People come to go to visit farms and orchards, and to attend the various performances by the professional and amateur theatre companies, Hikers find opportunities for bird watching, wildlife viewing and hiking to scenic viewpoints.
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Highland Park Elementary
Pleasant Valley Secondary
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