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    Private Riverfront Paradise Not Far From the Okanagan - Beaverdell, BC

    Kootenays Listing No. 21238

    306 acres with 1.4 km on the Kettle River. Merchantable timber not included. Little Goat Creek flows through. No zoning and partially in ALR. Backs onto Crown land. Awesome hunting and fishing. KVR Trail goes through property. Just over an hour to Kelowna or Osoyoos.


    306 acres

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    Located 17 km north of Westbridge, BC and 16 km south of Beaverdell sits 306 pristine riverfront acres. The property is currently being logged and the merchantable timber is not included in this sale. This large piece of BC’s backcountry has 1.4 kilometres of river frontage on the Kettle River. The riverfront area on this property is all flat and usable with several sandy beach sections. Clean water is quickly becoming one of BC’s most valuable resources and this property has plenty to go around, in addition to the Kettle River crystal clear Little Goat Creek flows through the middle of the property and pours into the Kettle River. Little Goat Creek has approximately a 270 foot drop in elevation between the west boundary of the property and the east boundary, where it dumps into the Kettle River.

    The majority of the river frontage on this property is located within the ALR, however the remainder of the property is outside the ALR and has no zoning. Properties with no zoning are hard to come by these days, and open the door to a wide array of potential uses.

    The Kettle Valley Trail runs through the length of this property from north to south. The rail tracks were removed many years ago and the old railway bed is now the longest rail trail network in British Columbia extending from Hope to Castlegar. Built during 1910-1915 the old railway has some incredible history and when you're standing on this property you can almost imagine the old steam engine trains whistling and bellowing steam as they thunder through the wilderness on route to the Okanagan.

    Legal access to the property must be confirmed through FrontCounter BC (1-877-855-3222). The most logical access is via the KVR trail. Legal access across the trail will need to be applied for through FrontCounter BC. Call the listing REALTOR® for further details on access.

    This property backs onto miles of Crown land and in additional to being picturesque, the Valley is well known for its fishing and hunting opportunities. This property is home to healthy populations of whitetail deer, mule deer, elk, wild turkeys and the surrounding Crown land full of many species including moose, cougars, wolves, bears and grouse. The river has a healthy population of rainbow trout that have been known to voraciously engulf a well-placed fly.

    Properties such as this do not come available very often so don't wait to call the listing REALTOR® for more information or to book a time to go by for a look.


    Property is located 17 km north of Westbridge, BC and 16 km south of Beaverdell, BC.

    You follow Chenier Lake FSR west off Highway 33. Legal access to the property must be confirmed through FrontCounter BC (1-877-855-3222).

    The most logical access is via the KVR trail. Legal access across the trail will need to be applied for through FrontCounter BC. Call the listing REALTOR® for further details on access.

    There also may be an opportunity to gain easement access to the property.

    Call the listing REALTOR® for more information.

    Beaverdell is about 80 km southeast of Kelowna on Highway 33 which connects to Highway 3 at Rock Creek about 40 km to the south. It is about an hour to Kelowna and world class skiing at Big White Ski Resort.

    Area Data

    Beaverdell is 80± km from Kelowna, the largest urban community in BC’s interior, and 70 km from the Canada-US border.

    The Beaverdell General Store has a postal outlet, liquor store and laundromat and there is now gas station in town. There are 16± small fishing lakes in the area many with Forest Service Recreation camping sites and there are numerous backcountry roads to explore.

    Beaverdell is in the West Kettle River Valley, which joins the Kettle River at Westbridge 33 km to the south and then flows south to Midway where it crosses into the USA.

    This area is in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary (RDKB) which includes the southerly ranges of the Okanagan Highlands, Monashee Mountains, the Kettle and Granby River drainages, Christina Lake and extensive recreational and wilderness habitat areas. The climate is characterized by low to moderate precipitation, with warm summers and relatively mild winters.


    Rainbow Trout Fishing

    For rainbow trout fishing, you have a number of options available in the area. There is the Kettle and West Kettle Rivers located right on either side of Westbridge, up the Christian Valley 64 km (40 miles) at Copperkettle Lake—requires a 3 km (2 mile) hike—and Conkle Lake about 16 km (10 miles) away from Highway 33, just north of Westbridge on a steep rough forest service road.

    Tubing the Kettle River

    A really popular thing to do in the summer is for people to tube the river from the bridge at Westbridge to the Kettle River Provincial Park. Along the way, near the beginning of the route, you'll pass the confluence of the Kettle and the West Kettle Rivers. Just remember while tubing past farmers' fields that this is private land, so please respect their privacy.

    The area offers much more than fishing and is very well known for:

    • Hunting
    • Hiking
    • ATVing
    • Boating
    • Cycling
    • Skiing—Mount Baldy is only a short drive away
    • Wildlife observing—moose, bear, deer, elk, waterfowl, wild turkey, wolf, marmet, mink, jack rabbits to name a few
    • From golf to gold panning it’s not far away!!


    When silver ore was discovered on Wallace Mountain in 1897, three towns were established; Beaverton, Carmi, and Rendell. The village of Beaverton was amalgamated with Rendell and the name was changed to Beaverdell.

    The local ‘Highland Mine’ produced continuously for over 90 years, until it closed and the site was purchased by the provincial government.

    The historic Beaverdell Hotel built in 1901 was a favorite stop for travelers along the Trans Canada Trail-Kettle Valley Rail route and until it was destroyed by fire in 2011.


    Please see the mapping section. All boundaries are approximate.

    Map Reference

    49°18'37.58"N and 119° 2'46.59"W



    Tax Details





    PID 014-885-310

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    Maps & Plans

    Our property descriptions and geographical information are taken from the BC Assessment Authority, Land Titles Office, government maps and other sources. While LandQuest® does not guarantee the information, we believe it to be accurate, but should not be relied upon without verification. This communication is not intended to cause or induce breach of an existing agency agreement.