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With two major rivers and over 1,600 kilometers of lake shore line it is very easy find a pleasant spot to enjoy the weather or take a long walk. There is plenty of fishing opportunities as well! Boating is a big past time and those traveling with their RV and boat trailers will have no trouble getting their water bound crafts out on for a day trip.

Perhaps, visitors may prefect to make a golf tour out of their adventures in the Thompson Okanagan. Many nearby towns and cities offer great golfing, as well right in Chase!

The town offers all the amenities, business centers, shops, restaurant and accommodations to needed to enjoy your stay.

Chase is located along the Trans Canada Highway #1 about 56 kilometers east of Kamloops.

Population: 2,546

Sorrento and Blind Bay, host art and literary shows, retreats and workshops annually.
Chase Museum and Archives Society
Shuswap Lake Provincial Park
Shuswap Riding Club
Skmana Cross Country Ski Club
Square Dance Club

The Shuswap (English) /Secwepemc (Native) Nations covers an area of 145,040 square kilometres in the British Columbia Interior, which includes where Chase stands today. These tribes lived in the area thousands of years prior to the first white settlers, who arrived during the gold rush.

Named after the first non-native settler and farmer in the Shuswap Prairie, Whitfield Chase, it was originally a logging town.

Summer average 22 degrees Celsius
Winter average -6 degrees Celsius

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Chase Accommodations

Chase Things to Do

Chase & District Museum & Archives, Chase

Chase & District Museum & Archives, Chase

Chase & District Museum & Archives

Chase, v0e1m0, 1042 Shuswap Ave., P.O. Box 160
Ph. 250-679-8826 or 250-679-8847

(Galleries/ Exhibits/Shows | Museum)
Adam's River Salmon Society, Blair Acton, Chase

Adam's River Salmon Society, Blair Acton, Chase

"Salute to the Sockeye" Struggling against insurmountable odds, 1 out of every four thousand eggs laid in the Adams River lives to returns as a spawning adult. Experience the majesty, beauty and tragically poignant life of the Pacific Sockeye Salmon.

Chase, V0E 1M0, mailing: Box 1563
Ph. 250 679-3104

(Adventures/Outdoors/Sports, Wildlife | Business & Services Organizations, Environmental Organization | Education)