Come out and play in our parks.

We more than marvel at the natural paradise in our own backyards. We celebrate it. Our care, commitment and investment in our natural spaces is a shared legacy. And we’re very proud to share them with you year-round.

You’ll find hundreds of spacious, tree-covered campsites, sandy beaches, nature trails, and water activities in our village, town,city, district, regional, provincial and marine parks.

Blind Bay Beaches

Blind Bay Beaches (also known as Pebble Beach and Sandy Beach) are two of the most popular beaches on Shuswap Lake. Located along the shores of the lake, the cozy...

Herald Provincial Park

The park covers 79 hectares of beautiful beach and forested uplands, and boasts a 119-site campground, boat launch and large day-use area. Swimming, fishing and...

Reedman Road Community Park

Reedman Road Community Park is a small, 10-metre wide public lake access that extends approximately 50 metres from Blind Bay Road to the shore of Shuswap Lake. There...

Rocky Point Road

Rocky Point Road is a small pedestrian only access to Shuswap Lake. The site is 10 m wide by approximately 50 m long. The access has been recently upgraded, but...

Shannon Beach

This site is 18.33 hectares in size, including over 400 metres of shoreline on Shuswap Lake. There is also a small picnic area overlooking the lake. A short trail...

Sorrento/Blind Bay Park

Sorrento/Blind Bay Park is a park you have to experience. This 12.3 acre large open space park includes a skating rink, batting cage, tennis courts, soccer field,...

Sunnybrae Park

Sunnybrae Park is a great spot for family recreation which includes a playground, ample parking, washrooms, a vault toilet and a beach on Shuswap Lake. It has a...

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