The Guide To Chilliwack, BC
Visiting our downtown Chilliwack hotel on business or leisure and have time to spare? Why not check out our hotel’s surroundings and see why we love to live and work here. We’ve highlighted a few well-known attractions as well as a couple of local gems you may not have heard about, but we think are well worth a visit. Need more hints about where to go and what to do in Chilliwack, BC? Just ask! We’d love to give you the inside scoop.
Chilliwack Circle Farm Tour
An action packed day of good ole’ country charm awaits you on the Chilliwack Circle Farm Tour! Learn how bees communicate, ask about an old-world tradition while visiting an organic grain and flour mill and race the kids through the corn maze. Delight your senses at one of the most spectacular show gardens on earth, drop by the picturesque outdoor market on the beach and unwind with a perfect wine-paired meal. You won’t be able to resist the temptation of shopping with items like handmade soaps, unique, one- of – a kind pottery pieces, farm fresh produce, goat cheese, organic beef, kosher honey, kosher grains and fresh stone-ground flours.
Old Yale Brewing
Hand crafted since 1999 and proudly served in our very own Prestons Restaurant, Old Yale Brewing is a must visit!
Chilliwack River Valley Natural Honey
Established in 1979, this farm has been raising bees for over 35 years. Sweeten your visit to Chilliwack with taste of their gourmet honeys with flavours like Wildflower and Blueberry!
This family farm is well known for its festivals and events throughout the year, but our pick for fall is definitely the Reapers Haunted Attraction.
This pristine lake offers fun for the whole family—great beaches, swimming, golfing, and even a water park! You’ll love the breathtaking mountain views.
Preserved Seed Storehouse & Bakery
A unique market with a wonderful range of food and ingredients; including local organic produce and groceries as well as vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and wheat-free options.
This eco-conscious summer market showcases a range of excellent local art and crafts as well as seasonal fruits, veggies, cheeses, pasta, and more.
Chilliwacks Farmers MarketJul 9, 2016 9:00 am — Sep 24, 2016 3:00 pm
Join us every at the Canada Education Park from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. There will be vendors selling locally made and BC grown products for you to enjoy. We are located in a beautiful location by the Vedder River under the trees. Make a day of it you can check out the market, go to the Military Museum right next door and take a stroll on the Rotary Trail or just bring your picnic blanket, the picnic is at the market. We have lots of parking and the area is stroller friendly, washrooms nearby.