Our September Camp-N-Ride at Midway is usually very well attended by both our Canadian and American members. The weather in September is almost always excellent in the Boundary Country. The camp location in Frank Carpenter Memorial Campground (otherwise known as Midway Waterfront Park) is right on the banks of the Kettle River and the group site at the west end is shaded and grassy. For directions, click on the link in the venue information below.
The cost is normally around $10 per tent per night (we'll confirm pricing) and we have the group site reserved for Friday and Saturday nights. (Some members show up on Thursday) There are clean washrooms and good showers (1$/short shower or $2/long shower) on site.
Midway is a little shy on amenities but it does have a pub, restaurant, grocery store, hardware store and fuel. It's a very scenic and pleasant ride to Greenwood or Grand Forks for a day run if you are looking for more. The Rock Creek Golf Course is just a few kilometers down the road and has a nice restaurant as well.
There are a number of other options for day rides. Jewel Lake Provincial Park is on the other side of Greenwood and a ride up to the old ghost town of Phoenix is always a great option.
If you're looking for a nice hike, the hill across the river has some excellent well marked hiking trails and fantastic views up and down the Kettle Rive. There are also nice walking/cycling paths along the river. Midway also features a nice Museum which is worth a visit.