British Columbia Travel Guide
The unofficial BC Travel & Tourism Guide
The clean public parks, serviced RV locations and nature parks are part of the stress-free lifestyle and trouble free access to the wilderness cap sheaf recognized in only certain areas in British Columbia. Mountains dense with forest trails are offset by the glistening waters and park lands surrounding Sicamous’ town centre. Great fishing and wilderness exploration requires very little effort and why not take along a picnic to simply sit back and enjoy the fresh air among enchanting natural surroundings. Occasional music and large family gatherings along the grassy park shores are quite common in summer time.
A good old fashion campfire on the pebbled beaches after a long day of leisure house boating is a great way to experience Sicamous!
Sledding & Snowmobiling
Lake side relaxation & House Boating
Family Activity Parks
Dining or Picnicking
Peddle boats & water toy rentals
Gift & craft shopping
Originally home for thousands of years to the Interior Salish tribe, Scheckmoos, these indigenous people maintained semi-nomadic lifestyles based on the migration of food sources and the ever changing seasons. This area was considered the “meeting place of Indians” relative to its centralized location as a common area for gathering.
Western settlers arrived in the early 1800’s and soon after railway construction and land development began for this area known as the “Gateway to the Shuswap”.
Summer average 22 degrees Celsius
Winter average 0 degrees Celsius
Sicamous Things to Do