Wynndel is a quaint unincorporated village within the Creston Valley in beautiful Southern British Columbia. We have an active Community Centre offering regular activities and special events. Our Community Centre is the "heart" of Wynndel, freely available for community programming by interested volunteers. We also are proud of our Wynndel Arts Centre, located right behind the hall and featuring a variety of activities and classes including pottery equipment and kiln.
Residential homes on oversized lots
or acreages rise up from the highway,
around Duck Creek, climbing the hillside to overlook the Creston Valley, Duck Lake, and Kootenay River. Our local convenience store and gas station offers propane, essential camping supplies, liquor store, and
extensive sportsman's supplies.
The residents and businesses have fire protection provided by the Wynndel Lakeview Fire Department. Wynndel has its own water system, supplied by the Wynndel Irrigation District. The community-owned watershed, with Duck Creek as the primary and Hubber Creek as a secondary source, is one of he few in the province. The clean and progressive Canfor (WynnWood) Lumber Company is based in Wynndel and provides many jobs to Creston Valley residents. There is also a community church that holds services on Sundays.
Home-based businesses and a variety of farms that provide an abundance of local seasonal fruits and vegetables., and other goods and services We have excellent local organic milk and cheese as well as diverse animal agriculture. The weekly Creston Farmer's Market showcases many of the amazing products our valley provides. You truly can thrive on a "100-mile diet" in the Creston Valley.
Order by phone or email. Farm gate sales for garlic & shallots start September 1st
4813 Lower Wynndel Road
SWAN VALLEY HONEY
1249 Duck Lake Rd.
Duck Lake is minutes from Wynndel and has been considered by many to have Western Canada's best Bass fishing. It also provides very scenic winter ice skating and ice fishing. The Creston Valley Wildlife Management area adjacent to Wynndel provides great viewing opportunities of the abundant resident and migratory waterfowl. Don't miss seeing the return of the swans in early spring and late fall. Many residents appreciate the proximity to Kootenay Lake for excellent fishing opportunities and summer water sports. The Kuskanook Harbour Society provides a safe marina for pleasure boaters on the south end of the lake, which is only a 15-minute drive from Wynndel. On the way, don't miss the newly opened Sirdar Pub, with a unique railway theme decor, great food and weekend entertainment.
We have an idyllic and healthy lifestyle in the Creston Valley. Our Valley boasts u-pick fruit enterprises; alternative healing practitioners; six wineries, an 18-hole golf course with clubhouse restaurant; sumptuous and varied dining options; nature trails; gardening; kayaking and canoeing; horseback riding; biking trails; hunting; cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. See our business directory on this pagee to see what Wynndel itself has to offer!
For additional information on the Creston Valley go to www.crestonandkootenaylake.com , www.crestonbc.com and www.crestonvalley.com.
5566 HWY 3A Wynndel BC
Directions: a few minutes North from Wynndel Store, on HWY 3A
215 NW Blvd, Creston (Gallery) 250-428-6880
250-866-5728 (Artist S Kunze)
Pat and Jeanette Meerholz use only locally grown fruit in their Hillbilly stills to produce Brandy, Schnapps and Liqueurs from local fruits.
1331 Channel Road