Info To KnowOn November 19th, the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) of B.C. introduced new restrictions and guidelines for British Columbians to follow to combat the spread of COVID-19. This most recent order will be in effect until midnight December 7, 2020, at which point guidelines will revert to the ones we have listed below for Phase 3. New restrictions and guidelines that our region will be operating by are as follows:
– Masks are required for everyone in all public indoor settings and workplaces
– Non-essential travel should be avoided. No travelling between regions of the province (i.e. vacations, visiting friends or family outside of household bubble)
– If travelling for essential reasons (i.e. work within region, or medical appointments/hospital visits), safety precautions to be taken include: hand washing, physical distancing, sanitization of spaces, among other personal cleanliness practices.

Boundary Country looks forward to welcoming you again when the time is right.

Info to Know – Welcoming You

As British Columbians are now welcome to roam B.C. freely (more on Phase 3), Boundary Country is eager to invite visitors from other parts of our province to safely enjoy everything our region has to offer.

Check out our website to learn more about the experiences you can plan for. Our local Visitor Centres will have the latest information on what is open. See below.

Health & SafetyHealth & Safety

For the health & safety of both residents and visitors, we need your support to ensure a safe experience. The businesses operating in our region are guided by provincial and WorkSafeBC health & safety regulations, plus many are implementing further safety measures. This includes physical distancing, sanitization of hands, and wearing a non-medical mask when physical distancing can’t be guaranteed.

Changing ConditionsChanging Conditions

The current travel conditions and regulations are very fluid at the moment, and as a result, can change fairly quickly. Updates will be monitored by Boundary Country and our businesses/business partners but we encourage potential visitors to stay as up-to-date as possible when planning a trip. Also, visitors are recommended to become acquainted with cancellation policies of bookable experiences when planning their visit as there is no uniform standard during this time.

On Wednesday, June 24th, it was announced that BC was moving into Phase 3 of the BC Restart Plan. The highlight of Phase 3 is the allowance of residents of BC to travel freely to other parts. To ensure safe travel for visitors and residents, anyone travelling within BC is encouraged to practice foundational rules when travelling.

These rules include:

  • Physical distancing
  • Staying home when sick
  • Hand hygiene
  • Wearing masks when necessary or when physical distancing isn’t possible
  • Other protective measures

For further recommendations and tips on travelling safety, visit 10 Ways to Travel Safely and Responsibly.

Current ClosuresCurrent Closures

  • Refer to our Service Directory where all businesses can be found. If a business is temporarily closed it will be noted with a closed image.

View Directory

Visitor CentresFor the latest information contact the local Visitor Centres

Christina Lake Welcome Centre

1675 Highway #3, Christina Lake, BC V0H 1E2

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tues-Fri: 10:00 – 4:00
  • Saturday: 10:00 – 3:00
  • Sunday: Closed

Grand Forks Visitor Centre

542 Central Ave, Grand Forks, BC V0H 1H0

Hours of Operation:

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tues-Fri: 10:00 – 4:00
  • Saturday: 10:00 – 3:00
  • Sunday: Closed

Greenwood Visitor Centre

214 S. Copper, Greenwood, BC V0H 1J0

Hours of Operation:

  • Mon-Sun: 9:00 – 5:00

Riverside Centre & Visitor Information

3990 Highway 3, Rock Creek, BC V0H 1Y0

Hours of Operation:

  • Mon-Tues: Closed
  • Wed-Sun: 10:00 – 4:00

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