Lower Sumas Mountain
Lower Sumas Mountain is a lovely neighborhood on the foothills of the Sumas Mountains. With lush surroundings and a great view of the mountains, it’s a great place for those looking to get a break from the hustle of the city. In fact, the Clarion Hotel & Conference Center is famous for hosting tourists on holidays who just want a break from their daily lives.
Despite being a quiet neighborhood that promises a tranquil lifestyle, everything you might need is in easy access here. You’ll find numerous well-known eateries, boutique stores, and cafés here, including McDonald’s, Dominos, and Tim Hortons. Still, it has a rural feel even though all urban conveniences are easily available.
Educational opportunities in the area are also plenty, with the neighborhood boasting numerous secondary and elementary institutions and even the Abbotsford School of Integrated Arts. Families looking to move here with their kids will definitely not find the opportunities lacking.
Speaking of kids, schools aren’t the only great thing. Castle Fun Park is also located in this neighborhood, which is an amusement park with numerous kid-friendly rides, more than 200 arcade games, bowling, and go-karting.
The neighborhood’s location makes it a great spot for outdoor enthusiasts, and it’s not difficult to see why —breathtaking valley views, lush trees, and hills define the neighborhood’s landscape. Residents love to indulge in the breathtaking natural beauty by going camping, biking, or hiking in the mountains.
Lower Sumas Mountain is also quite famous for its livability, and most residents love the standard of living provided by this friendly neighborhood. Parks and trails are also plenty here, like the Lower Sumas Mountain Park and the Eagle Mountain Park, and you’ll also find lots of neighborhood shops. Other amenities include recreational areas and community centers that provide access to fitness centers, sports programs, and other recreational activities.
Not surprisingly, agriculture is the most prevalent sector here and has the most number of career opportunities, but locals also often go to adjacent cities for work. The cost of living is also relatively low, and the cost of housing really reflects the rural nature of the neighborhood.
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