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Welcome to Shuswap Lake, a breathtaking jewel in the interior of British Columbia, Canada. This expansive lake stretches over 400 kilometers and is surrounded by lush forests, rolling hills, and charming communities.

Shuswap Lake is a paradise for water enthusiasts, offering a wide range of activities such as boating, kayaking, and paddleboarding. Follow the Adams River to witness the annual salmon run, an incredible natural spectacle that attracts visitors from all over.

Venture beyond the lake, and you'll find the enchanting Larch Hills Winery, known for its award-winning wines and picturesque vineyards. Discover the nearby Shuswap Lake Provincial Park, an outdoor lover's dream. And don't miss the stunning Margaret Falls, a hidden gem tucked away in the forest.

The surrounding communities, such as Salmon Arm and Sicamous, are worth exploring. Each town has its own unique character, offering local shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions. Explore the history of the area at the Sicamous and District Museum, or enjoy a stroll through the lovely Salmon Arm Wharf.

Plan your journey, immerse yourself in the map, and prepare for an unforgettable adventure in the heart of Canada's scenic wilderness.

Shuswap Lake British Columbia

  • This vintage-style sign is available as a Barrel End or a Ship Wheel.

    Barrel End signs are available in two sizes (23-inch round and 40-inch round) and are embellished with a metal outside ring and 4 studs. Material: Wood with a metal outside ring and metal studs.

    Ship Wheels are available in one size (32-inch from handle to handle). Material: Wood.

    Indoor use only.

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    Disclaimer: Maps are intended for decoration only, may contain erroneous information, and may not be used for navigation. All geography changes over time. Lake depths not only change over the years, but season-to-season as well. And ocean depths, of course, change with the tides.

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