Hedley BC is in the Similakeen Valley beneath the cliffs of Stemwinder Mountain and Nickel Plate Mountain. It is on Highway 3 between Keremeos and Princeton.

The town of 350 people was named after Robert R. Hedley, manager of the Hall Smelter in Nelson, who grubstaked many of the prospectors in the late 1890s. In 1900 it had a population of over 1000 and five hotels and a large mill. By 1909, mining production was in full swing, but by the 1950s ore production dwindled and Hedley's industry declined. Today it is town where tourists can enjoy experiencing the historic past at the Hedley Mining Museum. It was several good restaurants and gift stores. Visitors enjoy seeing Mascot Mine and the 1904 miner's cottage.

Hedley accommodations include bed and breakfasts, cabins, an RV park and campgrounds.

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Colonial Inn & RV Park Hotel Hedley 608 Colonial Road
Gold Mountain RV Park & Cabins RV/Camping Hedley Box 277, 6169 Hwy 3
Old Hedley Road Inn B&B Hedley 2821 Old Hedley Road
The Gold House Bed and Breakfast B&B Hedley 644 Colonial Road Request Info

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