Shoreline Hotel with Panoramic Views of Shuswap Lake
Salmon Arm’s Shuswap Lake sustained the native Secwepemc tribe for thousands of years, and their ancient pictographs can still be seen on the rocks nearby. Prestige Harbourfront Resort Salmon Arm faces this unspoiled natural resource—from its shoreline location, you can see the lake, Bastion Mountain, and the neighboring bird sanctuary. There’s also an onsite nature observatory and walking paths with access to the City Park and Pier.
Panoramic views of the lake are the focal point of just about every quarter of the resort, from the guest rooms to the two onsite restaurants. A mural of the lake and mountains frames the indoor/outdoor pool; swim outside and you’ll find yourself beside a patio replete with a hot tub and gazebo.
In addition to daily barbecue lunch, breakfast is served at Caruso Bistro and Espresso Bar, including breakfast sandwiches, fruit, juice and coffee. Aquatico Bay serves bigger breakfasts, as well as lunch, dinner, and justice. At the Sandbar Pub, you can soak in the sun on the outdoor patio.
Salmon Arm, British Columbia: Canadian Backcountry with Thriving Downtown Area
Despite Salmon Arm’s size, it holds only 16,000 residents. As a result, the area remains relatively untouched — you’ll find large stretches of farmland, forested highlands, and mountains ripe for bird watching and hiking. Downtown, explore numerous parks and art galleries, or enjoy the water with boat and kayak rentals. This summer, local artists’ work populates the gallery’s multimedia exhibit Gems of the Shuswap. The warmer weather also brings live music and entertainment to two community stages.
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