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Naramata, BC

"Smile of Manitou"

Naramata is a local's favourite spot; a quaint, tiny village north of Penticton that has captured the hearts of many. There is no gas station, a few essential businesses, a gorgeous setting, and a history that is worth sharing. In 1906 a European settler by the name of John Moore Robinson purchased the land the community now sits on. Rumour has it that Robinson's business partner was married to a spiritual medium and minister of the American Spiritualistic Church. A group of prominent townspeople gathered for a seance (yes, you read that right), and Minister Gillespie invoked the spirit of an Indigenous Chief who spoke of his wife Narramattah which means "smile of Manitou"


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Other Amenities

Explore local amenities like attractions, spas, shopping, dining, golfing, paddleboarding, boating, wineries, breweries, festivals, events, and more!


A range of resorts, hotels, motels, inns, bed & breakfasts, camping, and more!

-Please respect the host's smoking policy-

Outdoor Excursions

Outdoor adventures for everyone including hiking/biking trails, beaches, nature walks, parks and more!

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