Places to stay in Armstrong, British Columbia
We currently have 15 accommodations in and around Armstrong with other regional listings available for Campsites, Motels, Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts and other properties. You can filter listings by the available types:
Armstrong. Holding company jams and demos and bringing many people from all over B. C. Armstrong Cheese Places to eat in the region include Great Wall Restaurant, Fisherman Direct Seafood, D & E Diner, and Subway.
Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the region are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Armstrong is located close to Larch Hills Creek, Little Bouleau Lake, Smyth Creek, Bessette Creek and Mallard Point.
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Armstrong Cheese is well-known throughout Canada and in parts of the United States, and originated in Armstrong. Dairyworld purchased Armstrong Cheese in 1997. Saputo Inc. purchased Dairyworld in 2003, and in February 2004, after being in operation for more than 100 years, closed the Armstrong Cheese site down, laying off 73 workers. However, one of the main tourist attractions continues to be the Village Cheese Factory. At the Village Cheese Factory, one can watch master cheesemakers at their craft. Among the cheeses available are cheddar, Monterey Jack and "squeaky curds".
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- Longitude: -119°11'45.6
- Latitude: 50°26'31.56
Things to see and do
Salmon Arm Golf Club
Located at 3641 Se Highway 97b. The extinct volcano cone of Mount Ida dominates the Area of Salmon Arm and it is this stunning natural feature that inspired renowned golf course architect Les Furber to design the award-winning Salmon Arm Golf Club. This highly regarded course is ranked #49 in Canada by Score Golf Magazine and rated #1 in British Columbia by readers of Pacific Golf Magazine. The immaculate tees, fairways and greens of this championship 18-hole course meander the flanks of the mountain in a links-style layout amid towering indigenous firs and pines.
Canoe Creek Golf Course
Located at 6360 Auto Road Se. Canoe Creek’s unique design brings you a bit of the British Isles, offering more than 7000 yards of open fields, grass-faced bunkers, very playable greens and striking water features. This new addition to the region’s wide spectrum of golf facilities is Dave Barr’s first signature course. Canoe Creek Golf Course offers a new look and a very rewarding golf experience. The course features creeks, waterfalls, fountains and natural marshes, with fescue defining many of the fairways. This is a traditional look with a modern approach. The unique layout allows you to hit the driver off the tee in some situations, while a more conservative club selection is required in others. Pot bunkers are scattered strategically throughout the golf course and simply avoiding them is a good option. Canoe Creek is well known for its immaculate greens. They are open, accessible and very receptive to approach shots; subtle undulations add to the challenge of negotiating these spectacular greens.
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