Village streets to watch the Canada Day
parade. The July 1st activities continue
at Pouce Coupe Park with a traditional
pit BBQ, live entertainment, kids games
and a craft fair. The festivities culminate
with a spectacular fireworks display.
is both musical and
intriguing, and various tales
are told of its origin. The
most authentic is that given
McLeod's Fort Dunvegan
Journal, 1806 reads:
"Sunday 17 August, Pouce
Coupe with a few others
arrived. They have made a
poor hunt", referring to an
Indian Chief Pooscapee of
the Beaver Tribe.
in period style and adorned
with hand-carved life sized
statues and hosts a pub
> Wooden Train Trestle
Pouce Coupe, BC V0C 2C0
quaint, historical Village, we encourage visitors to
take time to stroll through our Village Square with
a self-guided walking tour.
with "wireless hotspot", post office, fire hall and
municipal office. Close by, the Hart Hotel, built
in 1931, is decorated in period style with hand
carved life-sized statues and hosts a pub and
liquor store. The historic Anglican Church and
wooden train trestle are also worth seeing.
one of our other parks and playgrounds.
families alike as here we do take time to smell
situated on the banks of the Pouce
Coupe River and Bissette Creek. The
park is equipped for camping with RV
electrical hook-ups, BBQ pits, picnic
tables, wheelchair friendly washrooms,
coin-op showers, sheltered cookhouse,
bandstand, children's playground,