Vancouver Island Tourism has sponsored an information booth in Cumberland where visitors can get information about local activities and services. The booth is on wheels so it can be at different locations when necessary (for example, it can be relocated from Village Square on Sundays when the Farmers’ Market needs that space), and will be open Friday, Saturday, and Sundays throughout the summer season.
- Work for Tree Island Gourmet Yogurt in their new Cumberland Facility!
- Cumberland Masonic Lodge Celebrates 150 Years in British Columbia
- Cumberland Residents go to the Polls on October 15th. Here is a List of Candidates with Links to their Bios and Platforms
- In memorial, William “Bronco” Moncrief
- Visit Foggy Mountain Fall Fair, Saturday, Sept 17th
- site on The Thoughtful Coal Miner to speak at Miners’ Memorial supper
- Greg Atc on Travel Advisory for Tourists in Cumberland
- Harry on Kai’s Next Adventure – Fantastic Night of Music to Support Local Child with Cancer
- Кристина on Cumberland receives grant for its Transportation Master Plan – Active Transportation Foundations
- Павел on Cumberland has a New Visitor Information Booth for the Summer
The Visitor Center is the “Information Destination” because of the amount information available for our visitors as well as locals looking for new and different activities to do. The Center currently has informational brochures on over 160 different places to eat, stay, play and etc. These are all located in Crossville, Cumberland County, Big South Fork area, neighboring counties and regional. When you come in, make sure you visit the Gift Shop. We sell Books and Maps of the area, as well as gift items and post cards.