The North Shuswap region stretches along 100 kms of shoreline from Lee Creek to Seymour Arm and includes the communities of Scotch Creek, Celista, Magna Bay, Anglemont & St Ives - offering an impressive array of great sights and activities.
A beautiful 4-season season playground
The North Shuswap’s natural beauty and great terrain create an exceptional four season playground. Look for the Visitor Information Kiosks located throughout the region to guide you along your way as you travel up the northern shoreline.
The North Shuswap is home to the Sockeye Salmon Run, an astounding feat of nature. If you are visiting in the fall, it is a must-see while you’re here. Tsútswecw Provincial Park (Secwepemc name meaning ‘many rivers’ and pronounced choo-chwek) is fascinating and beautiful to explore at any time of the year.
Pebble beaches, miles of back-country trails, amazing waterfalls and great homestyle diners, pubs and bakeries make this a truly authentic Shuswap experience
Scotch Creek Hub
The community gathering hot spot. A fully licensed restaurant, sweet treats shop, ice cream, camping, The Family Fun Centre and Friday Night LIVE music series all summer long.
Celista Farmers Market
Join the locals and visitors by visiting the Celista Farmers Market and the Scotch Creek Farm & Craft Market.
Anglemont Estates Golf
Enjoy a round of golf at our local course, Anglemont Estates Golf. This 9 hole course also features a practice range, putting green, cart and club rentals and BBQ facilities.
Talking Rock Golf
A beautifully designed course on Little Shuswap Lake featuring a natural, diverse landscape and breathtaking views of the water. Talking Rock Golf Course offers a wonderful challenge for everyone and […]
Celista Estate Winery
Tease your palate with a bottle of wine from the award winning Celista Estate Winery.
Adams River Rafting
Enjoy rapids like the Weir, the Ledge, the Ender Waves and the famous Adams River Gorge with Adams River Rafting.
Experience Crowfoot and Pukeashan, exceptional mountain playground for snowmobilers and ATV’s. The trails are managed in partnership with Crowfoot Mountain Snowmobile Club.
Hike the 3km loop trail to Albas Falls and enjoy the spectacular beauty of the Celista Creek waterfalls.
Tsútswecw Provincial Park
Tsútswecw Provincial Park is home to a 26 km trail system, perfect for hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Marvel at the annual Sockeye Salmon Run each Fall.
Curated activities for you
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