At 23 hectares, Millennium Park in Castlegar isn't the largest urban park in the interior of British Columbia. But it is the best. This is why.
Not only is Castlegar a world-class destination when it comes to freshwater angling, it also offers opportunities to cast every month of the year. Here are the best winter fishing spots in Castlegar.
Can you and your family spot these 28 species of birds in Castlegar this winter?
One of the best ways to get out and about in Castlegar is to explore the thriving river culture, specifically fishing. Throwing out a line into one of the many nearby lakes and rivers is joyful and talking about it with friends over beer afterwards even more so.
Castlegar is an extraordinary place where bold cultures settled a mighty land and created something truly beautiful. Visit the area's B&B's and find out for yourself why the little city in the valley is both beautiful and bold.
Fishing is an incredibly popular activity in Castlegar for anglers of all ages but how does one get to the stage when a child is reeling in a fish on the end of a line? In this article we explain the five steps to getting your family involved in fishing in Castlegar.
It's easy to get lost in the wonders of Castlegar. And it's wonderful the secret things that can be found on the city's world-class golf courses.
One of the most definitive websites about fishing in British Columbia has featured the angling opportunities in Castlegar, specifically on the world-famous Columbia River.
The latest tour being offered in Castlegar is most definitely unique because it involves rafting, history, hiking, fine dining and wine.