BC is full of charming small communities that appear to have been plucked from a fairy tale. If you’re looking for a new destination to visit this summer, several delightful small towns might be on your list.
There are numerous possibilities to explore, ranging from little settlements in northern British Columbia to Vancouver Island. Some of these communities even have historic structures that appear to belong to a princess.
So, without further ado, here are seven wonderful small places to add to your next itinerary.
According to the town’s website, Colwood is home to the beautiful Hatley Castle, which was erected in 1908.
The stone castle is encircled by lovely gardens and appears to be something out of a princess’s fairy tale.
Coombs, British Columbia
Coombs, BC, is the ideal small town for seeing billy goats and eating ice cream. Tourists flock to the historic Coombs Country Market to watch goats walk freely on the grass.
The village is an excellent place to stop on your way to Tofino or Ucluelet.
Tumbler Ridge boasts a variety of waterfalls that are incredibly stunning and are surrounded by unusual rocks.
If you want to capture some imaginative shots, this is the ideal setting.
Revelstoke, Towns In British Columbia
Revelstoke has a truly gorgeous and scary forest to explore. The town’s tourist appeal includes dispersed storybook figures and fairytale-themed buildings.
Kimberely BC is a little town inspired by Germany; you will feel as if you have stepped into Hansel and Gretel’s narrative.
There are numerous German-inspired bakeries and eateries to visit while in town.
Panorama, British Columbia
This town appears to be a good place to meet a charming Snowman. It also has several quite charming cabins that appear to have been pulled directly from Switzerland.
Sandon, British Columbia
With its abandoned buses and buildings, this small town can resemble one of the darkest fairy tales.
According to the town’s website, the picturesque ghost town is a terrific place to stop and adventure in what was once “Canada’s wealthiest lead-silver district.”