Justin Manke enjoys the hills out in Tulameen. Snowmobiling is just one of the numerous outdoor recreational activities that are popular and have made Tulameen widely known as a recreational paradise.

Cast your vote for Tulameen now

Tulameen has received three separate nominations for the town with the most community spirit.

Tulameen has received three separate nominations for the town with the most community spirit in the Readers Digest Canada’s most interesting towns contest. As of press time, over 74083 votes have been cast placing Tulameen within the top four communities in the contest.

The grand prize for the winning submission is $5000. The winning town will receive $5000 towards a civic improvement project of the towns choice, and there are also seven runner up prizes of $1000 each.

Tulameen has become known as a recreational paradise given that it truly does have four seasons full of recreational opportunities. Spring, summer, fall and winter hold an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities in an area that hosts a natural beauty that just can’t be beat.

Whether you enjoy the fresh air freedom on a quad or snowmobile, the quiet beauty while you cross country ski or canoe on the lake, “roughing it” while you camp, hike, hunt and fish, just enjoy relaxing on the beach or walking/biking/horseback riding along the Trans Canada Trail, this community is perfect for you to enjoy.

The population of the small community of Tulameen grows by thousands over the Tulameen Family Fun Days every August long weekend. The approximate 250 residents join forces to put on a terrific weekend of family fun                                             including: a parade, baseball tournament, tons of game fun for the kids and adults as well as street vendor shopping adding to the summertime enjoyment.

The Readers Digest Canada’s contest began in September and closes in a few days,   — December 18. The winners will be chosen on January 17, 2013.

You can vote for Tulameen once a day, involve your family and friends. Let’s see if we can boost Tulameen up to the top spot.

No purchases are required to place your vote, just follow the guidelines. To place your vote please visit  http://www.readersdigest.ca/cmit/view-submissions?category=Most_Community_Spirit&page=5

 

 

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