Join the Rush
Welcome to Rock Creek, a land created by dreams of riches. Gold may have put Rock Creek on the map, but it’s the wealth of outdoor recreation that keeps people coming back time and time again.
Today you can make your own golden memories as you relax, explore and enjoy our great outdoors, our festivals and our hospitality.
In 1859, gold was discovered in the Kettle River. This triggered a stampede to the very place where the Rock Creek meets the Kettle River in the southwest corner of Boundary Country. Bolstered by golden dreams and heartened by tales of riches, thousands of miners descended on this quiet spot. They created a rollicking frontier town.
Whispers of those heady gold rush days are still evident on the now quiet streets of Rock Creek, where the Crowsnest Highway intersects with Highway 33, right here in Boundary Country.