The world has changed That much we know The grapes however, still will grow The sun will rise The rain will fall The wine still flows despite it all Shuswap Wineries, Part One – Armstrong, Enderby, Grindrod and Salmon Arm By Louise Wallace Richmond It’s a sunny Saturday in the early days of…
Beautiful. Casual. Down-to-earth.
Far from ordinary and closer than you think, welcome here. West of the Rockies, east of the Pacific, and north of the Okanagan, where Canada’s longest highways meet, is the Shuswap; a region of eight distinct and enchanting communities that flow together like the gentle waters of our namesake, Shuswap Lake.
The heart of the traditional territories of the Secwepemc, the “meeting of the waters”, the Shuswap is a place of gathering. We celebrate the pairing of meaningful experiences. Cycle to a vineyard or paint at the pub, paddle to the park, or hike to the hot spring. We live to explore. And every day with us means you’ll find a little more.
Your quest begins here. Meet our hosts and our guides, our chefs, brewmasters and vintners, our farmers, producers and shop owners. Immerse yourself in the stories told by our musicians, artists and actors, artisans and crafters. Meander our maps, our rivers and valleys, our mountains and meadows, our beaches, belvederes, parks and trails.
The Shuswap is yours to discover year-round. We look forward to meeting you here time and again.
Learn about the many things to do and see in each region of the Shuswap, choose from a variety of accommodation and food/beverage choices. A new edition of the guide is produced each year. View Online > Order a Copy
Last Update; March 23, 2020 Please head over to our new page for the most up to date information. COVID-19 UPDATE Please note that Interior Health(External link) should remain your primary source of information in the COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) outbreak. Please visit their website (External link)for the latest information. Shuswap Tourism is striving to ensure Shuswap…
There’s no denying our love for the holidays. Especially in the Shuswap, it’s a magical time of year when even the snowfall seems to make the season feel warmer, if only in our hearts. But for all their joy, the holidays can be equally exhausting. With the new year comes an ideal time to unwind…