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Whether you are traveling to the Calgary Stampede, Banff and Jasper National Parks or just looking for lush scenery, warm lakes and majestic mountains, Salmon Arm is the spot for you. The town takes pride in the Salmon Arm Bay Nature Enhancement area which provides a wonderful ecological opportunity for wildlife viewing. The 1,000 km of shoreline contains 22 parks offering uncrowded boating, fishing and swimming. Abundant hiking and biking trails of varying distances and degrees provide unforgettable mountain scenery. A short drive to the O'Keefe Historic Ranch will entertain you and your family for hours.

Come in June and July to pick cherries or strawberries, the end of August provides delicious corn, and in the Fall we are proud of our apple crops. Of course, in October the world famous Adams River is home to millions of salmon spawning, and is one of the largest spawning grounds in British Columbia. If golf is your game, a CPGA 18-hole championship course is located 2.5 miles from the Salmon Arm Camping Resort, as well as many other challenging courses in the area.

Things to do in the local area:
 - Dinner Theatre at R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum (next door to us)
 - Salmon Arm Water Slides
 - Roots and Blues Music Festival
 - Starlight Drive-In, Enderby
 - Blackburn Park/skateboard park in Salmon Arm
 - Shuswap Farm & Craft Market in Salmon Arm (Tuesdays and Fridays, Spring-Fall)
 - WOW (Wednesday on the Wharf) - live music in downtown Salmon Arm
 - Fletcher Park/waterpark
 - Canoe Beach
 - Five minutes drive to Shuswap Lake
 - Sky Trek Adventure Park in Revelstoke
 - Demille's Farm Market with farm animals and corn maze
 - Little Mountain Park hiking trails in Salmon Arm

The average temperature in the summer months is 28 degrees Celsius -- that's approximately 80 degrees for our American visitors. For our current weather conditions, click here.