Traveling along the spacious Trans Canada highway, Sunshine Valley is both convenient and easy to get to. With 500 lots already sold and new lots becoming available shortly, now is the perfect time to pause, reflect, and admire the community that has come together, thus far.
Comprising Sunshine Valley is a mix of both residential and recreational-based cabin owners. We have full-timers, weekenders, families, singles, retired couples, and everything else in between. We have hardcore outdoor enthusiasts who ski and snowboard like it’s their job, community members that prefer to experience Sunshine Valley by ATVs in the summer and snowmobiles in the winter, and those who are satisfied by simply escaping the city and soaking up the calm quiet that only the valley can provide.
With the pandemic’s shift towards working from home and Sunshine Valley’s high-speed fiber-optic internet, we’ve created an opportunity for many of our working professionals to work and play from the valley. But one thing courses through the veins of every Sunshine Valley resident regardless of their age or familial situation and that is a deep appreciation for the beautiful outdoors. It’s what connects us all.
The six neighborhoods of Sunshine Valley are Cedar (90 homes), Park Hill (97 homes, a higher-end gated community), Meadow (30 homes on flat land), Alpine Village (67 homes, some of which are on the river), Sumallo Village (15 riverfront homes), Huckleberry Village (a mix of log cabins and camping sites), Sunshine Valley Grove (70 south-facing homes in a gated community just steps from the lake), Sunshine Valley Estates (60 forested ¼ acre lots). And if you’re ready to pull the trigger on your dream home in the valley, Sunshine Valley Estates Phase 2 lots will soon be available. Keep your eyes peeled as these are guaranteed to go as quickly as free popsicles on a hot valley day.