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Lots To See & Do


Houseboat Capital

Long considered the Houseboat Capital of Canada, Sicamous is ideally situated between 2 beautiful warm water lakes.

Year-round Playground

The town is a hub for outdoor recreation enthusiasts who relish in the amazing array of activities to be found here year-round.

Dining & Shopping

The local dining and shopping scene serves a small population of approx. 2647 residents and the growing  tourist market.

Get To Know Sicamous

a 10-minute drive from our RV resort

Fruit World, Sicamous

For many visitors to the Sicamous, Shuswap region, Fruit World in Sicamous is a must stop!  You'll find some of the freshest and best fruit selections, locally grown produce and various imported, popular items as well.

Local Hangouts & Cafes

Blondie's Cafe is just one of the area's standouts when scanning Sicamous's Google Reviews for local places to gell and cafes to take a relaxing break. 

Sicamous Restaurants

The Narrows Smokehouse is practically a cult favourite for its loyal fans. Smoked meat selections and delicious sides with BC wine pairings leave customers leaving great reviews for this Sicamous restaurant.

Places to Eat, Shop & Purchase BC Grown Fruit & Veggies

For Fresh BC Fruit, Local Produce and More

Once upon a time, sternwheelers and tugs navigated the lakes and rivers of British Columbia. This reminder of BC's marine history has been mostly washed away in the tides of time.  Sadly, most of the fleets were recycled for scrap, or lost to fire. Through the work of the S.S. Sicamous Marine Heritage Society, and the much needed support of the area's community, these staunch reminders of the past can be brought to life and preserved for future generations.

Marine Heritage

Known as 'The Gateway To The Shuswap', Sicamous lies at the junction of two important lakes, Mara and Shuswap, which lead to its positioning as a hub for the area's timber industry.

Town History

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