boat launches, docks & moorage

Sicamous is situated right where Shuswap Lake connects to Mara Lake. Travelers driving along Highway 1 on one side and Highway 97A on the other side soon realize there’s no reason to carry on – Sicamous has it all! We take every opportunity to  play on the water.

Click here to view our Boat Launches & Docks.

sicamous boat moorage & truck/trailer parking

Sicamous is the home to many marinas providing a wide variety of services ranging from moorage to rentals to maintenance and service.  If you need a space to park your truck and trailer, see below for options

If you are looking at mooring your boat in Sicamous for the season, contact our Marinas below about availability.  

Papas Sicamous Marina Boatworx & Storage
918 Riverside Ave
Old Town Bay Marina
200 Old Town Rd
Shuswap Waterfront Marina
113 Weddup St
The Marina
1210 Young St
Splash Marina & Rentals
810 Riverside Ave
Red Rentals & Marina
*Gated secure parking area
*Full Service Shuttles to and from the parking lot to Finlayson Boat Launch
#1 Finlayson St

Check Your Boats

Zebra and Quagga mussels are propeller blade shaped freshwater mussels that can reach up to 30mm in size. They are not yet in BC and pose a serious threat to native species and fisheries in our lakes and rivers.

Live mussels attached to boats, other watercraft and recreational equipment can easily be transferred from one body of water to another. Mussel larvae can float undetected in water in bait buckets, live-wells, pumps and bilges.

Once introduced, zebra and quagga mussels are very difficult to eradicate and costly to remove. They threaten native species and fisheries, and increase maintenance costs of hydroelectric, domestic water, industrial, agricultural and recreational facilities.

Click here to learn more about Zebra and Quagga mussels

Practice CLEAN, DRAIN, DRY to stop invasive mussels from entering BC.

Report invasive mussels to the Conservation Officer Services RAPP LINE 1-877-952-7277.

Popular Links

BC Invasive Mussel Defence Program

Invasive quagga mussels and zebra mussels Factsheet