With eight distinct communities and a vast rural area, there are many venues to explore from community halls and family-owned farms to full-service hotels and beach side resorts. Each has a unique quality. All you need to do it pick the one best for you. Dream big and book early, it’s a popular spot for weddings of all kinds.
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Blind Bay Memorial Hall is centrally located in the beautiful Shuswap, surrounded by lush mountains and stunning views of Blind Bay. Our community hall is nestled directly across from Sandy Beach and a short walk to Bayside Marina. We offer a variety of clubs, special events, hall rentals for weddings, private functions, family reunions and workshops.
The Carlin Community Arts and Cultural Centre (Carlin Hall) is located just off of the Trans Canada Highway on Myers Frontage Road, beside the Carlin School. The Hall is operated by a group of volunteers who have maintained and improved it over the years through financing secured through fundraising activities and grants from the CSRD.
Nestled in the Salmon River Valley on 160 acres, Dolan Creek Farm is conveniently located 10 minutes from the city of Salmon Arm, BC. Dolan Creek Farm features expansive views of Mount Ida and the cliffs of the Fly Hills, a bright, airy post and beam barn, and lush pastures featuring the winding creek that gives the farm its name.
Forging a new era of exploration in the Thompson Valley, Monte Creek Ranch Winery offers the next frontier in winemaking. Just a 15-minute drive from the community of Chase, the ranch’s diversity, natural beauty and warm hospitality provide a unique destination for visitors to enjoy a local wine tasting, dine from our regionally inspired restaurant.
Dances, Christmas concerts, weddings, memorial services, club meetings and community meetings made the Hall a lively gathering place for the whole community, just as it is today. In fact, the hall was famous for having the largest dance floor in British Columbia.
As you step back in time and explore the Village, you can discover our Shuswap pioneer history in 24 original or replica buildings featuring over 30 exhibits. Your self guided brochure will take you to the Queest Mountain Forestry Tower, Broadview School, Mt Ida Church, Salmon Arm’s first filling station and much more.
Overlooking beautiful Shuswap Lake, the hall is located 4 km down Sunnybrae Canoe-Point Road, directly across from Sunnybrae Beach. With its great view, and easy access to walking trails and picnic/swimming areas Sunnybrae Hall is the perfect spot for your next function, or for ongoing events.
Our beautiful timber frame clubhouse includes an “open to the public” full service licensed family restaurant and banquet facilities with indoor and outdoor seating able to accommodate any size tournament, wedding or special event. Shuswap National is a ﬁrst class facility with an inviting and casual feel.
A remote solar powered retreat located in the Larch Hills between the Shuswap and the North Okanagan valley. The 160 acre property has four unique and beautiful vacation rentals. From the stunning Lavender House perched high above the Shuswap River, to the cozy quiet forest dwellings Violet Cabin & Wild Rose Cabin, and to the contemporary/retro space of Tin Poppy, there is a time and a space for everyone!l