British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
As a group of communities around the Shuswap they have gained a reputation of great vacationing in British Columbia because of their “on-route” southern central location in the province. The five areas; Falkland & area, North Shuswap, Salmon Arm & area, Sicamous & Eagle Valley, and South Shuswap, encompass the fresh lake waters with splendorous views and easy access. Each area has its own charm and simple or busy keel to life.

For week or month long family vacations, Shuswap is prime for adventure, wilderness, relaxation and tons of family activity parks!

Population: 14,900+

Highlights:
Enchanted Forest
Creek Waterfalls
Go Carts
The Pillar, natural formation, north of Falkland
Salmon Arm Water Park
Wine Tours

Climate:
Summers average 24 degrees Celsius
Winters average 10 degrees Celsius

 

Shuswap Accommodations


Shuswap Things to Do

 R.J. Haney  Heritage Village & Museum, Salmon Arm

R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum, Salmon Arm

R. J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum is a 40-acre park owned by the City of Salmon Arm.

Salmon Arm, V1E 4P7, 751 Highway 97B NE
Ph. 250 832 5243

(Museum | Performing Arts | Theatres, Dinner Theatre)
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)