New Denver is located on the eastern shore of Slocan Lake, across from Valhalla Provincial Park. Founded in 1892 and incorporated January 12, 1929, the Village of New Denver’s history is diverse, including a mining boom in its founding days, a Japanese-Canadian internment camp in the 1940s, and a residential school for Doukhobor children in the 1950s. Following mining and forestry booms and busts, and waves of draft dodgers and back-to-the-landers, the village is now a quaint community-oriented place. Residents and visitors enjoy the lake and its beaches, as well as the many nearby hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. See www.newdenver.ca.
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