Boundary Country motels are an affordable and convenient base for exploring the whole region. You’ll be set for comfort and convenience on a multi-day stay. Or stop in for a welcoming place to spend the night while road tripping through the region. Gone are the nationally branded hotels in Grand Forks. In their place are locally owned accommodations. The same goes for our smaller centres of Christina Lake, Greenwood, Midway and Rock Creek. Don’t be discouraged by the lack of name value. The motels of Boundary Country are operated by people who care. The accommodations have everything you need, and owners will go above & beyond to make your stay the best it can be!
Motels around Boundary
As you will see with the other businesses in Boundary Country, our motel diversity is well apparent. Like Johnny’s Motel in Grand Forks, some motels have a certain eclectic-ness to them that matches their owner’s personality. Johnny’s itself backs out onto the famed Kettle River and allows for relaxation in a natural setting. Other motels in the region can be more standard but still offering quality stays. Over in Christina Lake, visitors can find motel accommodation within walking distance from the beach at Lakeview Motel and New Horizon Motel for easy integration between play and stay.
Also, Boundary has several standard motels if you are looking for something easy. Stay at the Boundary Creek Motel in Greenwood and Grand Forks Inn in Grand Forks if you are looking for a quality place to rest your head in between your adventures. Both are located right off of the highway.
Motels tend to have a certain stigma around them from old-timey television shows. Rest assured, the motels in Boundary Country offer top-notch service and amenities that rival the hotel chains of British Columbia.