Salmon Arm, BC
On the Trans Canada Highway, west of Sicamous, Salmon Arm offers visitors a wide range of recreation possibilities plus providing almost every service and convenience you could want.
This quickly growing community of Salmon Arm, BC, is becoming popular for its climate and amenities. With 4 distinct seasons Salmon Arm and area offers something for everyone; golf, fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, boating, quadding, camping, skiing (Nordic/alpine), snowmobiling, etc.
Access: Salmon Arm is located 106 km (64 mi.) east of Kamloops, BC, on the Trans Canada Highway, from points east you again travel on the Trans Canada. The 104 km (64 mi). from Revelstoke takes you past a wide variety of scenery from mountains to lake shores.
From the south Salmon Arm can be reached by passing through the sunny Okanagan or using the Coquihalla Highway from Vancouver. From any direction, whether by car or bus, you will enjoy the scenic trip and be pleasantly surprised with your surroundings once you reach this town on the edges of the vast Shuswap Lake.
Salmon Arm Tourism and the Visitor Info Centre / District Chamber of Commerce
The Shuswap is conveniently located halfway between Vancouver and Calgary on the Trans Canada Highway, just north of the Okanagan Valley. The communities of the Shuswap include;
Lee Creek, Scotch Creek, Celista, Magna Bay, Anglemont, St Ives, Sorrento, Blind Bay and Eagle Bay, White Lake, Notch Hill, Tappen, Sunnybrae, Sicamous and Salmon Arm.
Shuswap Area Maps