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Clinton offers a wide range of year-round activities for residents and visitors of all ages. Whether you are looking to delve into local history and culture, discover vintage and antique treasures, discover small-town hospitality at a local event, or explore the beautiful wilderness with outdoor recreation opportunities, Clinton has something you will love.

Art & Culture

Clinton is well-known for its numerous antiques and vintage shops and is quickly becoming the destination for antique shopping in Western Canada! Wander the main street and explore the numerous local shops, or check out the full list of retail shops … READ MORE >

Biking

Gravel Biking – Did you know that Clinton is home to some of the best gravel biking in the world? With endless loops and trails with gorgeous scenery, Gravel Bikers from across the world are now calling Clinton the destination for gravel biking. Talk to the local experts at Tutti Gravel Inn or check out some trails online HERE …. READ MORE >

Mountain Biking – In addition to gravel biking, there are also numerous opportunities for mountain biking in the region. A popular trail within the Village is the Tin Can Trail accessible from Clinton Station Road or from Fennell Trail. Stay tuned for trail maps coming soon.

Another popular trail in the area is the Downhill Trail on Jesmond Mountain. Read more above under “Jesmond Fire Lookout”.

Cross-country Skiing

Visit the local cross-country ski trails on Big Bar road maintained by the Clinton Ski Jockey club. The trails explore the semi-arid environment with views of Marble Range with trail difficulties ranging from beginner to advanced.

Beginners can also try skiing laps around Reg Conn Centennial Park or the school fields. …. READ MORE >

There are also nearby trails in 100 Mile House. More information can be found HERE

Clinton is well-known for its numerous antiques and vintage shops and is quickly becoming the destination for antique shopping in Western Canada! Wander the main street and explore the numerous local shops, or check out the full list of retail shops … READ MORE >

Gravel Biking – Did you know that Clinton is home to some of the best gravel biking in the world? With endless loops and trails with gorgeous scenery, Gravel Bikers from across the world are now calling Clinton the destination for gravel biking. Talk to the local experts at Tutti Gravel Inn or check out some trails online HERE …. READ MORE >

Mountain Biking – In addition to gravel biking, there are also numerous opportunities for mountain biking in the region. A popular trail within the Village is the Tin Can Trail accessible from Clinton Station Road or from Fennell Trail. Stay tuned for trail maps coming soon.

Another popular trail in the area is the Downhill Trail on Jesmond Mountain. Read more above under “Jesmond Fire Lookout”.

Visit the local cross-country ski trails on Big Bar road maintained by the Clinton Ski Jockey club. The trails explore the semi-arid environment with views of Marble Range with trail difficulties ranging from beginner to advanced.

Beginners can also try skiing laps around Reg Conn Centennial Park or the school fields. …. READ MORE >

There are also nearby trails in 100 Mile House. More information can be found HERE

Events & Festivals

The Village of Clinton has many community events throughout the year including a parade, music in the park, markets, an ice fishing derby, an art show, various local shopping events and The Clinton Annual Ball- a 155-year tradition. READ MORE >

Fishing & Swimming

Close to the Village are numerous lakes with fantastic scenery. View the list of Provincial Parks above or view a list of nearby lakes great for swimming and fishing below:

Big Bar Lake
Green Lake
Kelly Lake
Loon Lake

Geocaching

Geocaching is a fun way to explore the region – it’s a modern-day treasure hunt! Explore Gold Country has placed a large number of Geocaches in our region, including a number of caches in Clinton.

Read more about geocaching, including how to get started and the coordinates of local geocaches on Explore Gold Country’s webpage here.

The Village of Clinton has many community events throughout the year including a parade, music in the park, markets, an ice fishing derby, an art show, various local shopping events and The Clinton Annual Ball- a 155-year tradition. READ MORE >

Close to the Village are numerous lakes with fantastic scenery. View the list of Provincial Parks above or view a list of nearby lakes great for swimming and fishing below:

Big Bar Lake
Green Lake
Kelly Lake
Loon Lake

Geocaching is a fun way to explore the region – it’s a modern-day treasure hunt! Explore Gold Country has placed a large number of Geocaches in our region, including a number of caches in Clinton.

Read more about geocaching, including how to get started and the coordinates of local geocaches on Explore Gold Country’s webpage here.

History & Walking Tour

The Village of Clinton and its surrounding area have a rich history full of stories and changes. Settlement of the community occurred in the mid-1800s with the discovery of gold and the development of the Cariboo wagon roads. The First Nations people who inhabited the land long before western settlement are known as the Secwepemc with traditional territory ranging over 150000 square kilometres across central-eastern British Columbia …. READ MORE >

Horseback Riding

Explore the rugged country wilderness of Clinton by visiting a local guest ranch or exploring some local trails. More information on trails is coming soon. …. READ MORE >

Here are some local businesses that offer horseback riding or training:
Big Bar Guest Ranch
Echo Valley Ranch and Spa
Skookumhorse Ranch
Wild Horse Mountain Adventures

Indoor Recreation

In addition to the numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation Clinton also is home to up-to-date facilities for indoor recreation including: an arena sports complex, curling facilities, fitness room and community hall. …. READ MORE >

The Village of Clinton and its surrounding area have a rich history full of stories and changes. Settlement of the community occurred in the mid-1800s with the discovery of gold and the development of the Cariboo wagon roads. The First Nations people who inhabited the land long before western settlement are known as the Secwepemc with traditional territory ranging over 150000 square kilometres across central-eastern British Columbia …. READ MORE >

Explore the rugged country wilderness of Clinton by visiting a local guest ranch or exploring some local trails. More information on trails is coming soon. …. READ MORE >

Here are some local businesses that offer horseback riding or training:
Big Bar Guest Ranch
Echo Valley Ranch and Spa
Skookumhorse Ranch
Wild Horse Mountain Adventures

In addition to the numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation Clinton also is home to up-to-date facilities for indoor recreation including: an arena sports complex, curling facilities, fitness room and community hall. …. READ MORE >

Parks & Trails

The Village of Clinton is located in one of the most pristine natural environments in the world. With a world of outdoor recreational opportunities all in our backyard and up-to-date facilities we are very proud to call this region …. READ MORE >

Snowshoeing

Take a few practice laps around Reg Conn Park, or go for a bigger trek on one of Clinton’s multi use trails. For an all day adventure, Big Bar Ski Trails are the perfect spot.

Snowmobiling

The Cariboo is an amazing location for snowmobiling with numerous trails to explore close to town and nearby in 70 Mile House. Try the famous Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail which extends from Clinton all the way to Wells, BC.

Read more about the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail here.

The Village of Clinton is located in one of the most pristine natural environments in the world. With a world of outdoor recreational opportunities all in our backyard and up-to-date facilities we are very proud to call this region …. READ MORE >

Take a few practice laps around Reg Conn Park, or go for a bigger trek on one of Clinton’s multi use trails. For an all day adventure, Big Bar Ski Trails are the perfect spot.

The Cariboo is an amazing location for snowmobiling with numerous trails to explore close to town and nearby in 70 Mile House. Try the famous Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail which extends from Clinton all the way to Wells, BC.

Read more about the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail here.


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