Where the Shuswap meets the Okanagan, you’ll find Enderby, a little city rich in culture and natural beauty. From the towering Enderby Cliffs to the sparkling Shuswap River, from festivals and museums to wineries and farmers’ markets, from drive-in movies and live music to spectacular golf courses, we’ve got experiences to delight all of the senses – year-round.

Our story began with the Splatsin First Nation, which has occupied its traditional territory in the Shuswap for generations and continues to protect and enhance its culture with pow-wows, naming ceremonies and other community events. Enderby’s modern history is celebrated at the Enderby & District Museum, where visitors can tour a 1930s homestead and share in activities from a bygone era, like grinding wheat, making rope or watching a silent movie. Self-guided historic walking tours intimately showcase our unique heritage homes, commercial buildings and churches.

Outdoor enthusiasts can journey through lush wilderness, volcanic rock and fossil sites to the breathtaking panoramic views from atop the iconic Enderby Cliffs. Down below, the Shuswap River beckons to adventurers and serenity-seekers alike, offering unparalleled opportunities for paddling, fishing, swimming, and peaceful riverside strolling. Curious nature-lovers will delight in the Kingfisher Interpretive Centre, an award-winning riverside facility serving as a salmon hatchery and living classroom. The many trails at Mabel Lake and Larch Hills are great for mountain biking, and Hunters Range welcomes horseback riders, snowmobilers and quad riders too.

Agriculture is a big part of life here, and we celebrate it through farmers’ markets and agricultural events. Visitors can find a wide variety of local produce, along with honey, eggs, meat, chocolate, and much more.