With a population of just under 3000, Princeton offers a unique charm while conveniently located at the intersection of two of the Similkameen Valley’s major arterial ways. It is also centre of the Tulameen and Similkameen rivers, providing a wealth of water-based adventures such as swimming, kayaking, and fishing. This is only surpassed by the manifold nature activities available in the Princeton area: from walking, hiking, and biking in the summer to snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in the cooler months, Princeton fills the nature-lovers heart with joy. In addition, the town houses a myriad of locally-owned restaurants that will serve you food grown and harvested in the area. The past is ever-present in Princeton: its rich cultural history and First Nations’ heritage give it an air of reverence that cannot quite be captured in words. One of the many attractions of Princeton is its annual traditional music festival, showcasing a plethora of musicians and artists from diverse backgrounds and with varying styles. It’s an event you don’t want to miss! Learn more about what Princeton has to offer here:

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  • 1 Family practice Clinic
  • 5 Family Physicians
  • Health Centre Laboratory
  • General Hospital
  • Residential Care Facility
  • Assisted Living Facilities

  • Rural
  • Population: 2,724
  • Leading Employers: forestry, mining, services + retail, health + government

South Okanagan Similkameen

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