Attractions in Revelstoke BC - things to do in Revelstoke. | Revelstoke Condominiums
For a small mountain town of just under 8000, we are extremely fortunate to have an abundance of year-round Revelstoke attractions. Whether you are looking for a fun and affordable family experience, an adventurous add on to your already extreme weekend, or just want to check out what we’ve got going on.
Check out all the amazing Revelstoke attractions, and try to squeeze in as many as possible. Check out some of itinerary ideas that will take you to all our local faves!
The abundance of Revelstoke arts and culture opportunities that our small city offers is truly amazing. Many artists choose to make Revelstoke home because they are inspired by the wonderful scenery and the opportunity to be a part of a vibrant arts community.
Our local brewery, Mount Begbie Brewing, was founded by Bart and Tracey Larson. Their love of beer and the quest for mountain living lured them to move to Revelstoke to create the brewery in 1996. Once you’ve sampled what Mount Begbie Brewing has to offer, check out the brand new Craft Bierhaus.
We are fortunate to have a vibrant, historical Revelstoke downtown core. The majority of our shops are small specialty retailers, locally owned and operated, offering unique products and services. The shops and services echo the local sentiment of health, wellness, recreation, and environmental sustainability.
Revelstoke family fun is in full swing! The magnificent mountain scenery and the enormous amounts of snow that fall here during the winter is what really puts Revelstoke on the map, but there are so many more attractions that make Revelstoke one of the best places to live, explore, and experience with your family.
The Revelstoke Farm & Craft market is the place to be every Saturday from 8:30am-1pm in the summer (May – October). Grizzly Plaza comes alive with crowds of people and a vibrant market atmosphere. You’ll find fresh local fruits and vegetables, local honey, baking, preserves, locally-made crafts, knitting, fresh flowers, unique metal and woodworks, food vendors and more.
Feel your worries melt away as you bask in one of the many Revelstoke hot springs. Whether you’re looking for a resort experience complete with fine dining and a full service spa, or a more rugged natural hot spring and everything in between, Revelstoke is the place.
Revelstoke is the gateway to two breathtaking National Parks: Mount Revelstoke National Park and Glacier National Park. Other mountain parks which provide excellent camping options in the Revelstoke area are Martha Creek Provincial Park situated north on Highway 23N, Blanket Creek Provincial Park located south of Revelstoke on Highway 23S, and Shelter Bay Provincial Park, also south of Revelstoke on Highway 23S just before the Shelter Bay to Galena Bay ferry.
History buffs rejoice. Revelstoke museums and historical sites offer something for everyone, and you’ll come away with an appreciation for Revelstoke’s rich mountain heritage.
Revelstoke has no shortage of adventures, and the locals will be the first to tell you that the best way to stay in the game is to take care of your body after long days in the mountains.