Unpretentious and quirky Vacation dreams come true on the north side of Shuswap Lake.
Travel through the North Shuswap’s small communities and immerse yourself in distinct stories – authentic and charming in their quiet rural existence.
The North Shuswap offers an impressive array of great sights and activities – such as the incomparable Sockeye Salmon run, an astounding feat of nature! Tsútswecw (pronounced choo-chwek) Provincial Park, is a fascinating place to visit any time of the year. The Secwepemc name chosen for the park translates to ‘many rivers.’
In winter, the North Shuswap’s nearby Crowfoot slopes beckon to snowmobilers and skiers looking for powder. Moderate climate and great terrain create an exceptional mountain playground. The Winter Festival held Family Day Weekend in February offers iconic Canadian winter activities - like outdoor skating at Farrell’s Field Skating Rink in Celista. Up to a truly unique experience? Watch the outdoor bed races - as teams race their custom themed beds along Squilax-Anglemont Hwy. starting from the Hub in Scotch Creek.
Explore the North Shuswap on Squilax-Anglemont Road, just off Highway 1. The region stretches along 100 kms of shoreline from Lee Creek to Seymour Arm and includes the communities of Lee Creek, Scotch Creek, Celista, Magna Bay, Anglemont, St. Ives. You’ll find an unpretenious, quirky North Shuswap culture welcoming visitors all yearround. Pebble beaches, acres of lake to explore, miles of back-country trails, amazing waterfalls and some really good homestyle cafés and bakeries. Come discover it for yourself!
Want more info? Visit one of our Visitor Kiosks located thourghout the North Shuswap.