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Accessibility & inclusion

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Mile 0 13, Visitor Centre, Midway, Boundary Country, summer, attractions, Darren Robinson

Good to know before you go

  • Parts of the Rail Trails in our region are rideable with accessible equipment!
  • Check-in with the local Visitor Centres for the most up-to-date information on accessibility in the towns you are planning to visit.

Accessibility and inclusion are so much more than what we build into our physical environment.  It is a collective positive energy and attitude that can be felt upon entering any space.  It transcends directly from the heart and creates a feeling of belonging and freedom.  This open mindset towards full integration inspires meaningful and authentic connections with one another, enriching everyone’s lives along its path.

This is the energy and atmosphere that you will feel on a journey through Boundary Country, as the tourism stakeholders throughout this region strive to make their experiences and adventures accessible and inclusive for all.

Accessibility in Stays & Experiences

There are a number of accommodations in the region to stay at that offer accessible lodging. A couple of places to stay with great accessible reviews are New Horizon Motel in Christina Lake and the Kettle River Museum Bunkhouse in Greenwood.

Boundary Country has done what it can to make its experiences accessible. While not every experience is perfect in this regard, our businesses are always improving and always willing to find a way to accommodate visitors with any sort of need. Most marquee Boundary experiences have been made accessible. Tour around Gallery 2’s wide-open spaces without hassle, or get a history lesson at Greenwood Museum! Eat at The Wooden Spoon or The Board Room Café, both of which have paid special attention to accessible facilities.

Camping, Kettle River Rec Area, near Westbridge, Boundary Country

While accessibility is continually improving, our physical environment may never be completely accessible. It is a collective responsibility in Boundary Country to overcome these limitations and provide the best service. If you require something to enjoy your experience out here, if it is not already in place, it likely can be arranged.