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Creston Valley Tourism Society seeks resident feedback via survey

View of downtown Creston and Skimmerhorn Mountains in distance. Photo courtesy Daniel Seguin

For the Advance

Join Us in Shaping the Future of Tourism in Creston Valley!

Creston Valley Tourism Society is thrilled to announce the launch of our online community survey this Spring. Your input is crucial in shaping the future of tourism in our area, and by participating, you’ll also have the chance to win one of 10 raffle prizes, each worth $100.00 in gift certificates to support our local businesses!

Established in 2020, Creston Valley Tourism Society serves as the Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for our expansive area, spanning from Yahk to Kootenay Pass in the west, south to the Idaho border, and north to the base of Kootenay Lake.

As a Not-For-Profit society, we’re governed by a dedicated and passionate board of directors representing both the tourism sector and our local community. Our mission includes strategic marketing, facilitating exceptional visitor experiences, and providing leadership in the tourism sector to showcase this “Hidden Gem” we call home, increase visitation to the area, and support our local businesses and economy.

Our upcoming strategic plan for 2025-2030 aims to guide our efforts over the next five years, and your feedback in this survey is crucial. Your insights will directly impact the economic success of our programs.

So, join the Conversation: visit to participate. Alternatively, keep an eye out for us at the outdoor Creston Valley Farmers’ Market throughout May, June & July, as we will also be hosting a booth there to hear directly from the community. Let’s work together to ensure a vibrant and sustainable future for tourism in Creston Valley!

We can’t wait to share the survey results with our region in Fall 2024. For more information about Creston Valley Tourism Society and our mission, visit

Thank you for being a part of shaping a thriving future for tourism in Creston Valley!

Submitted by Creston Valley Tourism Society