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The climate in the City of Enderby BC is transitional between the Okanagan's arid desert-like landscape and Shuswap BC's more lush surroundings. Beautiful Mabel Lake is just 20 minutes down Mable Lake Road, and Shuswap Lake is 20 minutes north at Salmon Arm BC. Neighbouring communities of Spallumcheen BC and Grindrod BC are the agricultural belt in this area of the North Okanagan, while Enderby BC is a small city of 4.23 square kilometres. Downtown Enderby has all the charm of yesteryear with its heritage buildings from the turn of the century and interesting corners. When visiting downtown Enderby BC, make sure to leave some time for a meal and sit down to enjoy the friendly vibrant community here.

Highway 97 through Enderby is locally named George Street. At the main intersection of George Street and Cliff Avenue travelers will notice the Enderby Inn and Hotel and the Enderby & District Museum. Signs note that this is the turn off (turn right) for Mabel Lake, and traveling Cliff Avenue brings visitors to Shuswap River and Enderby's outstanding Riverwalk. Stand on the bridge and one can view the river and Enderby Cliffs. Continuing across the bridge, Cliff Avenue becomes Mabel Lake Road. Following Mabel Lake Road will take you to the famous Lorenzo's Cafe and on to Mable Lake.  There you will find the Mable Lake Resort and Airpark as well as the Mable Lake Provincial Park.

Local Attractions

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Okanagan-Shuswap Housing Market Builds Momentum Over Summer Kelowna, BC – The Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board (OMREB) reported August sales activity of all MLS® property types improved by 23% compared to the same month in 2013 with buyer activity building significant momentum over the summer.  “Year-over-year and month-over-month, the Okanagan-Shuswap housing market continues ... Read More...
Posted by Laurie Myers on 2014-09-13
SUMMER IS ENDING, THE ARMSTRONG IPE IS ON! ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FUN, COME ON OUT TO THE ARMSTRONG IPE.  LAST SUMMER HOOPLA CHECK OUT WHAT IS GOING ON THIS YEAR http://www.armstrongipe.com/ Read More...
Posted by Nancy Venditello on 2014-08-28

Construction and Expansion

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Posted by Valerie Gregg on 2014-10-10
A popular B.C. area to live, vacation and invest, the Okanagan area continues to rank as one of the best real estate markets in the country.  For capital gains, many might have wished they'd bought an Okanagan home a decade ago when prices were nearly half what they are now. But for investors and those who just love the area, there's still a great opportunity in the B.C. region. The demand ... Read More...
Posted by Dan English on 2014-08-01

Community Events

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These wonderful flowers came on this beautiful autumn day as a thank you from Ann who moves into her new home on October 3. It was my pleasure to help Ann find her dream home in Vernon.   Read More...
Posted by Glenn Szabo on 2014-10-05
What a fantastic 5 days at the 2014 IPE fair in Armstrong BC . This year I set up my own booth at the fair to get out and commicate with more than 125,000 people that attend this amazing world class event. I was  offering a gourmet gift basket for all who wanted to stop by and enter.  Many people stopped and tried thier luck at winning this great prize . A lucky lady from Kelowna was ... Read More...
Posted by Blaine Martian on 2014-09-17

Family & Kids

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For the second month in a row, the absorption rate for the North Okanagan ( percentage of properties listed that sold) was near 20%! In May of 2014, the absorption rate was 21.4%. This was the first time since 2007 that the rate was over 20%. In June of 2014, the absorption rate was strong again at 19.3% . With the low interest rates, buyers are taking the plunge because there is a lot of inventory ... Read More...
Posted by Glenn Szabo on 2014-07-11
The Martians were out in full force to capitilize on an outstanding victory . Poor weather and soggy conditions didnt slow down  the effort put out by the girls during this amazing win. Click here for the full story. Read More...
Posted by Blaine Martian on 2014-05-15

Parks & Recreation

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  in Pin It Subscribe Your Weekly Real Estate Update for September 18th!   VernonMarketWatch! Is school back in session? Let's hope so!....Properties are still selling very quickly here in the North ... Read More...
Posted by The Don Miller Group Team on 2014-09-18
Are you considering relocating to the North Okanagan and would like more information about Vernon and the area? This series of blog postings will feature the recreation, community events, local attractions, restaraunts, schools, and shopping available in our area. Number one. This is a prime tourist destination so I will start with an item that belongs on every golfers bucket list: playing the Ridge ... Read More...
Posted by Greg Barteluk on 2013-09-28

Market Reports and Conditions

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Great news continues on the housing front….CLICK HERE for the full story. Read More...
Posted by Avrill Trach on 2014-10-16
The market continues to do it's march up the recovery leg of the cycle. It is uncanny how similar the market is when we put graph over graph from previous years. The Central Okanagan is now into a seller's market while the North Okanagan is statistically in a balanced market and the Shuswap is still in a buyer's market. The Shuswap showed a strong month in September with a 30% jump in absorption and ... Read More...
Posted by Annette Cosens on 2014-10-05

Restaurants / Bars / Coffee Houses

Here in the Okangan we have an abundance of fresh fruits, delectable produce and prime choices of meats. Our agriculture and farming businesses have grown, and it seems the fad of fast food is slowly turning into a dead end. The support of local businesses is cruicial to our economy, but it doesnt stop there. "We are indeed much more than what we eat, but what we eat can nevertheless help us to be ... Read More...
Posted by Charlie Veaudry on 2013-10-23

Shopping

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Home Inspector Reveals 6 Signs That Could Mean Expensive Trouble... Most people think a house that has expensive defects will be very obvious to detect, but often the most expensive defects are hidden and take a little more investigating.Here are six signs to look for when inspecting a house... 1. Roof Roof problems usually take the form of leaks. These can be difficult to spot from the ... Read More...
Posted by The Don Miller Group Team on 2014-05-15
Drop by Helmut's Sausage Kitchen for some double-smoked mennonite sausage. Superb! Read More...
Posted by Greg Barteluk on 2013-11-06

Sports & Activities

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The gold lmedal match was everything it was hyped up to be:  packed stands, rambunctions crowd, fast play, physical checks, frequent penalies, spectacular saves, few goals.  CLICK HERE for the full story. Read More...
Posted by Blaine Martian on 2014-04-02
Too funny! A collapse of epic proportions. I must say that it looks good on the "centre of the universe"Thanks Maple Leafs for the excellent entertainment!! Read More...
Posted by Bruce Green on 2013-05-14
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