Whether you’re capitalizing on a robust real estate market, leveraging Covid’s new ‘work from home’ acumen or looking for the ultimate setting to raise your family or retire, we have you covered. The Shuswap’s waterfront allure, relaxed pastoral setting and 1430 km of shoreline, await your arrival.
Situated midway between Calgary and Vancouver, and a leisurely 1-hour drive to either Kamloops or Vernon, the Shuswap offers direct access to the Trans-Canada corridor, with quantified opportunity for growth, expansion, quality of life and renewal.
CSRD Area C - South Shuswap is located along the Trans-Canada Highway and main CP rail line, north of Salmon Arm and east of Kamloops.
CSRD Area D borders the city of Salmon Arm and includes the communities of Deep Creek, Falkland, Gardom Lake, Ranchero, Salmon Valley, and Silver Creek. Photo credit- Grayln J Photography.
CSRD Area F is located at the north end of Shuswap Lake, stretching between the Adams River and the Monashee Range, and encompasses the following eclectic and vibrant communities: Lee Creek, Scotch Creek, Celista, Magna Bay, Anglemont, St. Ives, and Seymour Arm and three Indigenous communities.