We Invite You To Shop At AM Ford If You Live In These Nearby Towns | AM Ford


Here at AM Ford in Trail, British Columbia, we have a wide selection of new and used Ford trucks that are ready to conquer all kinds of jobs. These off-road-ready vehicles come in all shapes and sizes to suit your needs, whether you’re working at a jobsite or taking the family out for a weekend in the beautiful West Kootenay region. If you live in any of these towns near AM Ford, we invite you to shop at our Ford dealership.


Located on the Columbia River, Ootischenia is a small area that was originally founded as one of the Doukhobour colonies. Its name was originally Dolina Uteshenaya, which means “Valley of Consolation.” But its current spelling started in 1937 and stuck around. For those who live and work here, driving a reliable truck like the Ford F-150 is a must. Whether you’re traveling to the Mel De Anna Hiking Area or taking a trip out to Mount Kelly, you’ll get there in a new Ford truck from AM Ford.


Right next to Ootischenia is the community of Castlegar. Known as a “full service community,” Castlegar sits near the mouth of the Kootenay River and has a rich history that includes the Sinixt and Ktunaxa indigenous peoples. With many working in the trades, like electrical and ground maintenance, a hard-working truck is a necessity. When it’s time for a break, Castlegar has plenty to offer in the form of local breweries, the arts, and natural wonders.


The city of Rossland is just 10 minutes away from AM Ford, making it convenient for locals to stop by and check out our expansive inventory. Rossland is great for all kinds of outdoor activities like skiing, fishing, and golfing. It is also home to many former professional hockey players and Olympic athletes! Be prepared to take your young athletes to their practices in vehicles like the Explorer, Expedition, Ranger, Maverick, or other great Ford models we have.


You’ll find the city of Nelson tucked away in the Selkirk Mountains, meaning a durable Ford truck like the F-150, F-250, or F-350 is the way to get around. The city’s beginnings include a history of mining, while recent infrastructure caters to various areas of interest like microbreweries, organic and natural foods, and Selkirk College. In fact, Nelson frequently hosts huge community markets where you’ll find various local produce, handcrafted items, and live music.


The town of Creston is east of AM Ford by about 123 km, but we still invite residents to make the trek to our dealership to explore the vehicles we have in stock. You can even browse the inventory we have online to make shopping easier before arriving. With its history of agriculture, lumber, and utilities, we know how vital it is to have a tough vehicle that can handle a lot. Plus, many of the models that you’ll find here can help you prepare for a weekend in other areas like Duck Lake or Next Creek Beach.

Grand Forks

Originally called Grand Prairie during its copper mining days, the city of Grand Forks eventually got its current name and continued to be a destination for early settlers. The major industries in the area now are focused on logging, fabrication, rock wool manufacturing, and agriculture. However, there’s plenty more reasons to enjoy visiting and living in Grand Forks. You can be courageous and head to the Exploring Abandoned Mines Museum or take a relaxing break at Christina Lake Golf Club.

If you live in any of these nearby towns, we invite you to shop at AM Ford in Trail, British Columbia, for all of your new vehicle needs. Contact our team or come visit us to explore our inventory and learn more about these amazing Ford trucks.