Recommended restaurants near the Slocan Valley Rail Trail.
Address: 1290 Highway 6, Crescent Valley, BC
Phone Number: 250-359-7323
Hours: Open 7 days a week
Offering fresh, organic, wholesome Foods since 1990. Home of The Everbean Cafe – offers a refreshing fusion of foods and beverages from around the world.
Address: 509 Harold St. Slocan B.C.
Phone Number: 250-355-2433
Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Flaca’s Bakery and Bistro is a place to fill your bellies full of freshly home baked and home cooked quality food. An infusion of worldly delights! Whether you’re travelling along the Rail Trail or travelling through the area, Flaca’s is a great place to experience some of the finest the Slocan Valley has to offer.
The Frog Peak Café can be found in the oldest remaining heritage building in the Slocan Valley. Built originally by George Borgeios in 1896 the Frog Peak Café was restored by its owners Matthew Theoret and Laurel Glasson in 2003. The café offers a great selection of paninis, soups and salads as well as savoury treats and specialty coffees and has a great outdoor patio for seasonal use as well as a play area for young children. We’re located in the south end of the Slocan Valley at km 2 of the historic Slocan Valley Rail Trail. Whether you’re skiing, cycling or walking, we’re here to help make your adventure more enjoyable.
Frog Peak Guesthouse suite available with full breakfast.
Lemon Creek Pioneer Campground offers beautiful scenery with 26 sites available. There are 9 RV sites with 15/30 amp service and 17 grass and treed tenting/trailer sites with fire pits. Washroom with showers with a gathering place at the gazebo
Address: 5709 Highway 6, Winlaw, BC
Phone Number: 250-226-7070
Website: Mama Sita’s Cafe
Hours: Monday to Sunday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Located in beautiful downtown Winlaw in the heart of the Slocan Valley, Mama Sita’s Cafe has something for every taste. Locally sourced food. A great place for family, friends and fiesta. Live entertainment happens some evenings and of course Sita’s big smile is always somewhere nearby.
Located next to Gaia Tree Whole Foods Community Market.
From a menu which includes wraps, sandwiches, soups, evening meals as well as speciality drinks; to a glass-enclosed dining area that transforms into a garden in the summer months, this unique coffee shop/cafe is open every day of the week and is a feast for the senses.
Located on the edge of Winlaw, we feature local music as well as hosting traveling performers. In the winter the large skating rink behind the restaurant makes for an ideal Canadian winter experience. In the summer music events take place in our outdoor patio – complete with a stunning view of the Slocan Valley.
The Slocan Valley Rail Trail is just across the road, so why not drop in when you’re skiing or cycling by!
Address: 5770 Cedar Creek Rd. , Winlaw. B.C. Unceded Sinixt Territory
Phone Number: 250-226-6709
Website: The Valley Kitchen
Hours: Sundays 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
The Valley Kitchen is a family run business offering:
Whether you live in the area, or are just passing through, the Valley Kitchen offers a unique experience waiting to be discovered.
Please visit our website to place an order or to get more information on the rental kitchen.