Clinton is a pretty little village in British Columbia, nestled between Cache Creek and 100 Mile House. It’s a little-known place that serves as a charming stopover town while traveling between Vancouver and Prince George. Formed during the country’s gold rush years in the mid-1800s, the town offers history buffs with much to explore. There are also plenty of outdoor activities and sports for adventure lovers. The Clinton Museum is worth a visit, with its exhibits from the town’s old pioneering history. The community also hosts one of the state’s oldest continuously running events, the Clinton Annual Ball, which is held every year in May.
Gold Rush Town
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