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There is a plethora of wintery fun to be had while visiting the South Shuswap. Be a tourist within your own region!   Be sure to check out:

  • Horse-Drawn Adventures at Walter's Sleigh Rides in Notch Hill (cancelled until further notice - PHO order)
  • Cozy Live Music Events (Coffeehouses & Live Concerts)  at Carlin Hall Arts & Culture Community Centre, Eagle Bay Hall, Sorrento Centre/Retreat or Sunnybrae Community Hall (cancelled until further notice - PHO order)
  • Shuswap Artisan Market in Sorrento
  • Cozy Fare to Fine Dining at One of Our Many Restaurants That Are Open in Winter:
    • Duffers Den Lounge & Restaurant
    • Chinese Garden
    • Steamers Coffee Co
    • Stratis Mediterranean Grill
    • Asian Holiday
    • Home Restaurant
    • ‚ÄčSpinnakers Restaurant
    • Jack Sam's at the Quaaout Lodge 
  • Snowshoeing at Sk'mana
  • Ice Fishing on White Lake
  • Outdoor Snow Play at Sorrento Blind Bay Park or Centennial Field in Blind Bay
  • Outdoor Skating on White Lake
  • Retail Therapy at the Blind Bay Marketplace Mall or Sorrento Village Centre Mall
  • Snowmobiling Across the Lake at Crowfoot Mtn
  • A Gorgeous Wintery Hike on One of Our Many Trails

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The South Shuswap area is conveniently located on Highway No. 1 just 45 minutes east of Kamloops and 20 minutes west of Salmon Arm, situated along the stunning southern shores of Shuswap Lake. The communities within the South Shuswap include Blind Bay, Notch Hill, Sorrento, Tappen, Eagle Bay, Skimikin Lake, Sunnybrae, and White Lake. The area is influenced by its Indigenous heritage and boasts a flourishing arts and culture scene, great dining, live music, and a large artisan community. The breathtaking landscape, multi-use trail system, championship golf courses and fabulous beaches are among the main attractions. The region is also home to three fantastic wineries and breweries.