Salmon Arm Bay Foreshore Trail Closed to Dogs during critical nesting season

News Release

April 18, 2016


Salmon Arm Bay Foreshore Trail Closed to Dogs during critical nesting season


The Shuswap, British Columbia – The Salmon Arm Bay is having babies! Visitors to the popular foreshore trail are asked to take extra care this spring – including leaving their dogs at home – to ensure the many birds, amphibians, fish, and mammals that live in the nature reserve have ample space to nest and raise their young.


Pre-ride Salty Dog, Trails Are Open!

Salty Dog
Trails Open for pre-Riding!

Salty Dog race loop is open a month earlier then expected! A little mud in places, overall ride-able and fast. Come out and visit the beautiful Shuswap, train on the Salty loop and on our other great bike trails.



It was at the 2014 ROOTS&BLUES Festival when Cannery Row showed Salmon Arm audiences what an outstanding and diverse ensemble they are.

At a Sunday night Boogie Bar-N concert, and multiple workshops that included memorable contributions to the Positively Fourth Street session, Gary Comeau, Tim Hearsay and Chris Nordquist rocked our site with a blend of Cajun/bayou, blues, and swing sounds that were embraced by roots music fans of all ages.

Word on the Lake MAY 20-22

Media Release  April 7th, 2016    

            It’s festival time in the Shuswap!   

The 13th annual Word on the Lake Writers’ Festival is happening

May 20th-22nd 2016 at the Prestige Harbourfront Resort and at Okanagan College in Salmon Arm.


Shuswap Tourism 2016 Spring Launch

Put a Spring in Your Step! And Head this way!

You are invited to join Shuswap Tourism for our 2016 spring launch event! On Thursday, April 14th, 2016 at the Quaaout Lodge.

A unique opportunity to meet Marsha Walden, CEO of Destination BC. Learn how your provincial tourism marketing organization connects with small communities and operators throughout BC, with specific examples from the Shuswap region. Discover ways to maximize your relationship with various tourism marketing organizations locally, regionally and provincially.