is an unincorporated settlement near the US
border on the west bank of the Similkameen River
in the Southern Interior of British Columbia
. Largely comprising two Indian Reserves, Chopaka IR No. 7 and Chopaka IR No. 8, the location was formerly listed as a railway station. Although located on the border, there is no border crossing at Chopaka, which is across the river from the highway crossing to Nighthawk, Washington
The name "Chopaka" is that of a legendary hunter of the Okanagan people who was turned to stone as Chopaka Mountain by Coyote.
The Chopaka Indian Reserves are under the governance of the Lower Similkameen Indian Band, based in Keremeos.