Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Visitors Centre And Rotary Centennial Park Hope British Columbia (6 - Pictures)

Above Photo: Visitors Centre in Hope, British Columbia. What a great place to visit.

With all my travels through Hope on Highway 1 driving up the Fraser Canyon, I rarely stopped in Hope to take advantage of the wonderful things Hope, B.C. had to offer. 

One of the gems in Hope is their Rotary Centennial Park. It is beautiful and is a wonderful place to get out to stretch your legs, or stop for a picnic lunch. 

There are tables and benches for you to sit as you watch the mighty Fraser River flow on by. You can also view the chainsaw carvings that are located in the park, and throughout the town.

So if you are planning out a holiday and the route takes you through Hope, B.C., take the time to wander around the town as it has a lot to offer.

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