Tumbler Ridge (pop. 3,000) is located at the confluence of the Murray and Wolverine Rivers. Tumbler Ridge is a growing community with affordable housing, beautiful scenery, and world class recreation trails in the four surrounding provincial parks. Tumbler Ridge is known as the waterfall capital of the north. Tumbler Ridge is also home to the only dinosaur and ancient fossil center in BC. The main industries are tourism, mining and wind energy.
- Northern Lights College campus
- Community Center with aquatic center, rock climbing walls and tennis/racquetball courts
- Art Gallery
- Public Library
- Elementary and high schools
- Paleontology Research Center
Tumbler Ridge activities include:
- Hiking on thirty-seven marked hiking trails
- World-class dinosaur tour
Tumbler Ridge Community Health Center is conveniently located downtown across from the Community Center.
Some services provided at the hospital:
- Emergency care
- Public Health