Getting Around

A wide variety of accessible transit options is necessary to properly support the diversity, health and environmental sustainability of our region’s communities. The availability of these options allows citizens to be actively engaged in their communities.

Our membership is open to everyone aged 50+. We are also know as South Main Drop-In Centre.
The Princeton Senior Citizens Drop-in Centre Society is a not for profit organization that manages a facility which provides a safe, comfortable gathering place for Princeton and area Seniors and others in the community. The Centre provides art, recreational and social activities. The Centre also...
Trail society for the Similkameen area
A hub for seniors services that provides information, referrals, support and education that help seniors to live fully in community.
Spinal Cord Injury BC (SCI BC), helps people with spinal cord injury and related physical disabilities adjust, adapt and thrive as they deal with a new injury or struggle with the ongoing challenges of living and aging with a disability.
Summerland Kinsmen, a part of Kin Canada, is a dynamic volunteer organization dedicated to enriching our communities through service while embracing national pride, positive values, personal development and lasting friendships.
KVR Trail Trestle Bridge across Trout Creek near Summerland
As the recognized stewards of the KVR / TCT Trail in our area we are committed to broadening public awareness and support of non-motorized use; mandating clear restrictions where shared use is permitted; promoting a safe, educational and enjoyable trail experience; and facilitating trail...
For 65 years, the United Way of the Central and South Okanagan/Similkameen has served the region from Lake Country in the North, to Osoyoos and Princeton in the South. Our Community Impact mission captures the essence of what we do: We improve lives and build community by engaging individuals and...