Awe-inspiring Indigenous lands host the ideal conditions for the perfect pairing: golf and wine.
Combine leisure and luxury on the land with fine dining and professional spa services for a rejuvenating greens and grapes getaway.
Takaya Golf Center in North Vancouver is rated as one of the top 100 driving ranges in North America. Practice your swing at this facility, owned by Tsleil-Waututh Nation.Once the St. Eugene Mission, a residential school, the St. Eugene Golf Resort Casino in Cranbrook has been transformed by the Ktunaxa people into a world-class resort that offers spa services, elegant dining and accommodation, and golf at the foot of the Rockies.
Tee off from the mature sandy forest at the world-class Talking Rock Golf Resort. This golf course, located on the rugged shores of sparkling Little Shuswap Lake, is the pride of the Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band. Lay your clubs to rest and head back to Quaaout Lodge and Spa at Talking Rock for a manicure, massage, and relaxation with certified professionals dedicated to the safety and wellness of guests. Reserve in advance for a wide selection of treatments.
Nk’Mip Cellars, North America’s first Indigenous-owned winery, is located in West Kelowna and owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. Vintners make it a mission to place traditional Indigenous culture, language, and land knowledge at the heart of their winemaking. The winery is located on the shores of Osoyoos Lake at the luxurious Spirit Ridge, a resort on sacred land in Canada’s only desert.
Internationally recognized and Indigenous-owned, Indigenous World Winery harvests fruit from traditional Syilx lands and bottles its vibrant, award-winning creations for your enjoyment. Enjoy the patio and seasonal Indigenous fare at this West Kelowna jewel. Coyote Rock Golf Course is a nine hole master’s length course just minutes from Williams Lake. The course is operated by Williams Lake First Nation and sits on T’exelcemc Traditional Territory. It includes an onsite driving range and pro shop.
Celebrate solo challenges and celebrate with your closest companions at world-class Indigenous golf facilities and wineries throughout British Columbia.
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