Lumby & Lavington Houses for Sale

Search all Lumby & Lavington Houses for Sale and real estate listings below. Lumby & Lavington is a rural community near Vernon, BC. Lumby is a small community located at the edge of the Monashee Mountains in the Thompson Okanagan. With about 1,700 residents, families and retirees are happy to call this quaint and scenic rural Vernon neighbourhood home.

Lumby has a variety of real estate available to the new buyer, family, or retiree, including quaint older and newer family homes, retirement communities, private acreages, and small farms. The most distinguished real estate includes single detached homes and townhouses. Be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever new Lumby & Lavington properties come on the market.

Lumby & Lavington MLS Real Estate Listings August 18, 2022
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Real Estate in Lumby & Lavington

Gorgeous real estate possibilities lie in the areas surrounding Lumby. Lush forests surround Creighton Valley, and this rural part of Lumby is filled with hobby farms. Trinity Valley is another rural neighbourhood, just North of Lumby, with farms, ranches, and private acreages. Mabel Lake follows the north and east shore of the Shuswap and has lush farms, ranches, and rural residences available for potential home buyers. 

Lavington is a community 10 minutes west of Lumby and 15 minutes east of the city of Vernon. A very family-orientated community, Lavington offers plenty of privacy with limited residential development. Most residential land has been protected for agricultural use; therefore, acreages and secluded building lots are found here. Lavington also has several established family neighbourhoods and hobby farms. 

Lavington has a local community hall, a community park with a pool, tennis courts, a ball diamond, a picnic area, and the White Valley Community Resource Center. Two schools in the community of Lavington include Lavington Elementary School and Kalamalka Secondary School. 

About Lumby & Lavington, Vernon

There are endless outdoor activities, with Lumby being home to a string of trails along the creek beds, known as Salmon Trail. The Lumby Visitor Centre offers free Salmon Trail tours from June to August if you want to explore Lumby.

Lumby was formally known as White Valley and was changed and named after Moses Lumby, a government agent sent to the region to investigate the mentions of gold. Lumby was respected for his integrity, hard work and honesty. After passing from Typhoid fever, the town was named in honour of him. Lumby has an annual celebration at the beginning of the summer known as Lumby Days. 

Lumby is about 20 minutes east of Vernon and approximately 45 minutes to Kelowna Airport. Schools administered by School District 22 Vernon in Lumby include Charles Bloom Secondary School, Crossroads Alternate School and J W Inglis Elementary School.

Things To Do in Lumby & Lavington

There is a multitude of parks near Lumby and Lavington, including White Valley Community Park, Oval Park, Royal Ball Park, Cedar Ridge Park, and Echo Lake Provincial Park. These parks provide a full day of activities to keep your family occupied through the beautiful days. Silver Star Provincial Park has activities to enjoy all year long, with skiing and snowshoe trails, fishing, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, and hunting in regulated areas. 

Mabel Lake Provincial Park

Mabel Lake Provincial Park has a lake named after Mabel Charles, the daughter of a Hudson’s Bay Company manager. Mabel Lake is a popular destination in the summer months for the local fisherman in the family. The park is equipped for cycling, hiking, swimming, and canoeing. It is not uncommon to see an abundance of rainbow trout that you can fish right off the beach. Even during the hottest season, the area is a perfect balance of warm and cool, with plenty of shady spots to relax. 

Mabel Lake Golf and Country Club

Mabel Lake Golf and Country Club is the perfect spot for a day to unwind. Designed by course architect Les Furber, this par 36, regulation size 9-hole golf course is for all skill levels. With the beautiful mountain view surrounding you, this course is a great experience. You can even park your RV overnight. Accommodations include cabins, condos, and lakefront houses for rent. A restaurant with a patio can also provide a spot for your next event or gathering. 

Monashee Provincial Park 

Surrounded by lush alpine, this old-growth forested park has hikes for different skill levels. With foot-only access, you can decide between exploring Spectrum Lake, about an hour-and-a-half hike, or if you are up for more of a challenge, you can take on the six-hour trek up to Peters Lake. 

Lumby Curling Club 

Curling is an activity for all ages and skill levels and is a fun and creative way to get some exercise. You can register at the club to be a member of Lumby Curling Club and take advantage of attending meetings, social gatherings, and bonspiels. Being a member of the curling club allows you to meet new people and make new friends. 

Lumby Days 

Lumby Days is a yearly fair that holds a ton of fun for the whole family. An important tradition to the community is the parade watched by crowds of locals. They have a rodeo, beer gardens, live entertainment, a variety of outdoor vendors, rides, and games for the entire family to enjoy. Each year they have a different theme. Some themes from past years included fish and wildlife, Mardi Gras, and Flower Power.