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From cabins to canoeing, camping to snowmobiling, hiking to houseboating and everything in-between, whether you’re looking to relax and sun-soak or for something more adventurous, Sicamous has it all.

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Top 10 Boating Safety Tips

May 21-27, 2022 is Safe Boating Awareness Week (May 21-27, and CanadaBoatSafety.com would like to encourage public awareness of boating safety. One way to start is for people to take a boating safety course and get their boating license, known as the Pleasure Craft Operator's Card (PCOC).

explore the sicamous river front nature park

Sicamous River Front Nature Park is a 2km family-friendly walking trail that pleasantly leads you through a beautiful forest of giant cottonwoods alongside the Eagle River. Located at the end of Silver Sands Road, beachcombers and nature enthusiasts can enjoy the local wildlife and view the Eagle River in all of its changing seasons. This is where the outlet of the Eagle River joins Shuswap Lake.

sicamous lookout

discover the sicamous lookout

The Sicamous Lookout is loved by locals and visitors alike, a monumental and extraordinary viewpoint! If you’re into heart-altering, far-reaching aerial views forever, then look no further! The expansive vistas of Shuswap Lake, Mara Lake, The Eagle River, Mara Mountain, and the colorful town of Sicamous are not only iconic, but they are also a must-do on your summer adventure list!

venture out to sicamous creek waterfall

Looking to cool down on those hot Shuswap summer days? The trails surrounding Sicamous Creek offer a refreshing scene to enjoy the mist of a waterfall, explore the diverse forest, have a picnic, or get a great workout! Sicamous Creek Falls is located a short drive off of Vernon-Sicamous Highway 97A on the outskirts of Sicamous & is a network of trails that provides something for everyone!

experience eagle river nature trail

The Eagle River Nature Parks is an enjoyable, family-friendly, flat pathway with a series of well-marked loop trails. There are 6 kilometers of trails along the banks of the Eagle River and is great for all levels of hikers. There is plenty of parking, washrooms, & a well-maintained trail system. The forest is a beautiful and ancient old-growth stand of cottonwoods, hemlock, and giant cedars.

the shuswap north okanagan rail trail

The Shuswap North Okanagan Rail Trail will be a 50km trail, providing a connection between communities from Sicamous to Armstrong. The Rail Trail will be an opportunity for people to discover the true story within Secwépemc territory, explore natural areas and habitat for wildlife while facilitating healthy outdoor recreational activities and travel options on foot and by bicycle.