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Imagine an amazing convergence of landscape, lake, recreational and urban-style amenities found nowhere else.
Your outdoor adventure options begin on the waterfront with BC’s newest freshwater marina – the launching point for exploring the wonders of Kamloops Lake. With 180 slips, a boat launch, and rental equipment and storage, Bruker Marina provides carefree access to boating, sailing, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, swimming, and fishing.
Avid golfers will find Tobiano’s 18-hole championship golf course both challenging and exhilarating. Tom McBroom – one of North America’s finest golf course architects – has personally crafted a course of such brilliance that it has found its place among the finest of BC golf destinations. “Best Public Course in British Columbia, Best New in Canada, Top 10 in Canada”… Tobiano is the most acclaimed public golf course in Canada created in this generation.
Site plans call for a pedestrian-friendly village and market and an equestrian centre – a year-round facility with stables, paddocks and arenas.
Sage-scented hills and miles of riding, hiking, and biking trails grace your doorstep. Whether your preference is golf, hiking, water sports, bird watching, horseback riding, or simply relaxing, Tobiano is about serenity, bliss and freedom for adventure. Nowhere else in the Thompson Okanagan will you find a community destination with such an ideal combination of favourable climate, amenities, recreation facilities, and building lot options.
IT TAKES TEAMWORK
Diverse Properties and Mike Ternier, owner of the award winning Tobiano Golf course, have partnered together to bring you Tobiano Living.
At Tobiano, everything urban seems worlds away. Yet it is only a 15 minute drive to Kamloops – the second largest city, by population and economic prosperity, in the Interior of British Columbia. Dubbed “Canada’s Tournament Capital”, this growing, vibrant city serves an area of over 140,000 people with its superb services, modern amenities, hospital, recreation facilities, schools, and university (TRU). School bus service is provided through the school district for both elementary and high school students.
Access is easy, as it seems all roads lead to Kamloops. Located at the intersection of BC’s major highways, the city is only a three hour drive from Greater Vancouver, Whistler, and the Canada/US border. Sun Peaks Resort, Canada’s second largest winter destination, can be reached in under an hour. The city is also accessible to Alberta, particularly Calgary, Edmonton, Jasper, and Banff with Kamloops Airport serving direct flights to Calgary, Edmonton, Prince George, and Vancouver.