parks and public green spaces

We are inspired by magnificent nature, to be vibrant in our everyday living. We are energized by the beauty of our natural surroundings. Take some time to discover our parks.

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riverfront nature park

The Sicamous River Front Nature Park is a 2km family-friendly walking trail that pleasantly leads you through a forest of beautiful 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.

beach park

Sicamous Beach Park is located at the west end of Finlayson Street. This beautiful park offers a safe swim area, children’s water splash park, playground, volleyball nets, picnic tables, benches and public washrooms. There is lots of grass to spread out and enjoy the day.

finlayson park

Finlayson Park, located at 1117 Eagle Pass Way, is home to the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre, the Sicamous Curling Club, 4 ball diamonds, children’s playground, skateboard park, outdoor exercise equipment, washrooms and a walking path around the park.    

dog park

Sicamous Dog Park, located at 1450 Solsqua Road, offers residents and visitors a safe area to walk their four legged friends off leash. Access the park just past the Solsqua Bridge, watch for signage on the west side of the road.

lions park

Lions Park, located off Martin Street, offers a small children’s playground and washrooms.

main street landing

Main Street Landing is located at our traffic circle at the end of Main Street. This green space houses our public day use boat launch, walking paths, sitting areas and washrooms.

mara provincial park

A popular day-use area for locals as well as travelers, Mara Provincial Park is noted for fishing, swimming, boating, and as a family picnic area.

On the south-east side of Mara Lake, accessed via Hwy 97A. The park is 10 km north of the junction of Hwys 97A and 97B. If traveling on Trans Canada Hwy #1, the park is 12 km south of Sicamous.

Canoeing - Canoeing, kayaking, power-boating; please note that no boats are to be moored in the park overnight.

Fishing - Anyone fishing or angling in British Columbia must have an appropriate licence.

Pets on Leash - Pets/domestic animals must be on a leash at all times and are not allowed in beach areas or park buildings. You are responsible for their behaviour and must dispose of their excrement.

Swimming - There are no lifeguards on duty at provincial parks.


Want to reserve a park for an event?

Visit The District of Sicamous' Facility Rentals page for details.

Questions About Park & Public Space Rentals?

For more information, contact  the Program & Events Manager at 250-836-2477 or