Fishing enthusiasts can learn about a trout’s habitat

Day trips

Learn about a trout’s habitat, diet, and life at the Fraser Valley Trout Hatchery.

Circle Farm Tour circlefarmtour.com

Abbotsford’s Circle Farm Tour helps visitors and locals enjoy our agriculture industry at their own pace. Hunt through antique collections, learn about freshwater ecosystems, salivate over fresh honeycomb and taste numerous goat cheeses.

Farm and Country Market abbotsfordfarmandcountrymarket.com

Entering its eighth year, the market sells locally grown fruit and vegetables, flowers, plants and unique, handcrafted art. It takes place every Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. until late October. In the winter, it runs twice a month.

Trethewey House Heritage Site msamuseum.ca

The arts and crafts house, built for timber baron J.O. Trethewey, sits in a park-like setting near Mill Lake. The site is operated by the MSA Museum Society, and has been restored to the 1925 era, featuring period gardens and a heritage habitat garden.

Clayburn Village clayburnvillage.com

The unique village, situated on the west side of Sumas Mountain, was the first company town in B.C. It housed employees of a clay-product manufacturing plant, the village store, church and school. Founded in 1905, Clayburn Village became a heritage conservation area in 1996.

Fraser Valley Trout Hatchery gofishbc.com

Learn about a trout’s habitat, diet, and life at the Fraser Valley Trout Hatchery. The hatchery provides a fun and educational experience for all with self-guided tours, videos, and exhibits. There are also programs on how to fish.

Bakerview EcoDairy ecodairy.ca

The EcoDairy is Canada’s first demonstration farm of its kind, offering a first-hand agri adventure for the whole family. Check out the 24-hour robotic milking machine, visit the petting zoo and enjoy a fresh snack and groceries from Natures Pickins’ Market.

Tanglebank Country Gardens tanglebank.com

Tanglebank Country Gardens is a cottage-style nursery that not only displays plants in a beautifully landscaped garden, but also hosts seminars and popular events all year, including Art in the Garden, and Christmas at Tanglebank. Brambles Bistro is opening in Spring of 2012.

Castle Fun Park castlefunpark.com

Castle Fun Park is a year-round amusement park for the whole family. It has more than 160 amusements – including mini golf, go-karts, bumper cars, a shooting gallery, batting ranges, and dozens of arcade games.

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