Nestled in the heart of British Columbia, unsurpassed beauty surrounds Scotch Creek Lodge. Framed by picturesque mountains, open water and scenic canyons that captivate your imagination. The Shuswap provides endless possibilities for adventure and exploration.
The Adams River has one of the largest Sockeye salmon runs in North America with millions of fish to be seen from late September through to the end of October.
Home to at least 14 species of fish including Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, Bull Trout, Dolley Varden, Steelhead, Whitefish, Kokanee, and Burbot. As well as four species of Salmon Chinook, Coho, Pink and Sockeye. There are also Sturgeon in the area, Squaw fish and Carp by Salmon Arm. the nearby White Lake is also one of the top rated North American Rainbow Trout fishing lakes.
Part of Scotch Creek Provincial Park and the only natural island on Shuswap Lake. Accessible by boat a trail runs completely around it and there is a hiking trail to the top of the island. According to legend, Ta Lana the great bear sleeps under the island in a large cave.
Farm store and food truck. Located on a agriculture rich bench on the north side of Shuswap Lake, Spotted Moose Farm, formerly Celista Springs Ranch, is a biodiverse paradise. A local food network practicing regenerative agriculture providing natural food to the community.
Food, wine, farms and more. Check out shuswaptourism.ca for additional ideas and information.