Electoral Area F

Area: 2,920 km²

Census Population: Stats Can 2016 - 2,454

Local Municipalities: City of Salmon Arm

Electoral Area F is known as the North Shuswap being that it is located on the north side of Shuswap Lake . It includes unincorporated communities of Lee Creek, Scotch Creek, Celista, Magna Bay, Anglemont, St. Ives and Seymour Arm.

Shuswap Lake offers  swimming, boating and camping in the summer and it is renowned for its Salmon Run with millions of sockeye salmon returning each year to spawn and continue the salmon life cycle.

In winter, the nearby mountains offer snowmobiling, skiing and snowshoeing.

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Beswick Road Community Park

Beswick Road Community Park is a lakefront swimming and picnic area in Seymour Arm.  The lake access is 20 metres wide by 70 metres long. This site includes a vault toilet, picnic area, fire ring, garbage receptacles and recycling container for...

Cornwall Road Community Park

A fantastic park on the Shuswap Lake with scenic views and beautiful grounds. The park provides plenty of shaded and sun filled areas for everyone’s enjoyment. A gently sloping packed gravel trail allows the best viewpoints to be accessible by...

Don Fink Community Park

Don Fink Community Park is named after Don Fink, a well known and admired local resident of Seymour Arm, who was tragically killed in a 1997 train derailment.  This community park is a great choice for family or group gatherings.  With a ball...

Farrells Field (Celista Rink)

Farrells Field (Celista Rink) during the winter, Farrells Field (also known as the Celista Ice Rink) is a popular 17,000 square foot outdoor ice rink open from 8 am to 11 pm. During the winter months, the rink is maintained by Brian & Karen...

Lakeview Community Park

Lakeview Community Park is a lakefront swimming and picnic area in Anglemont. There is over 200 metres of south-facing beach, with a picnic area, vault toilet, garbage receptacles and recycling containers for public convenience.  This park is...