PLEASE NOTE: The following is not an all-inclusive listing …

For one week Lumby will be your home. Make the most of it in this small friendly community of 1,731 people, located near the edge of the Monashee Mountains. The village is home to a network of trails along the creek beds, known collectively as the Salmon Trail. Hang gliding and paragliding are very popular in Lumby. logo

There are over 60 wineries nearby! British Columbia has its own wine appellation designations and regulations. One of them is the Okanagan Valley, filled with world-class wineries, many in operation for decades and exporting around the world. Consider exploring the wine trail of Canada’s west… of British Columbia

For those interested in fishing nearby lakes, reservoirs and streams, there are some excellent choices including Gallon Creek, Vidler Creek, and Fish Hawk Lakes. Whether you’re fishing for Carp, Sucker or Largemouth Bass, or one of the other fish found near Lumby, local bait and tackle shops will be happy to share where to find them, how to bring them in, and who’s having success. So get your fly fishing gear, baitcasting setup, trolling equipment, or spin casting gear out and find your new favorite fishing spot.

Non-resident fishing licenses cost $20 per day.
Fishing at Echo Lake Lumby BC

Off-Road Vehicles (ORVs)
There is NO off-road vehicle use permitted at the Rally site. Away from the Rally site you’ll find that off-road adventure is hugely popular in British Columbia. Keep in mind that risk of forest fire can quickly close the operation of any off-road vehicle for recreational purposes. So first check wildfire status, then look for where the fun begins.

Owners of out-of-province ORVs must register them in their home jurisdictions if registration or licensing is available there (e.g., ORVs from Alberta). Out-of-province ORV owners who do not have registration or licensing available in their home jurisdictions (e.g. ATVs from Saskatchewan) must carry proof-of-ownership documentation when riding on BC Crown land. Click here for more information.

There are a dozen golf courses in or near Lumby, ranging from a 9 holes to 36. One is municipal, all are public!
Lumby Golf Course in Lumby, British Columbia, Canada | Golf Advisor

Minutes from the rally site:

The Lumby Museum is open Wed-Sat, noon-3pm

Within 1 hour from the rally site:

O’Keefe Ranch
Echo Lake
Echo Lake near Lumby/Cherryville : britishcolumbia

Mabel Lake

Within 3 hours from the rally site: