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Explore & Play
The Columbia Shuswap Regional District is blessed with an abundance of spectacular scenery and recreational opportunities for residents and visitors to discover. Check out our parks, trails and recreational amenities. This section can help you explore the region, find something fun to enjoy and link citizens with Shuswap Tourism options if you are looking for a staycation.
The CSRD operates a two community halls that are available for public rental in the regional district - Swansea Point Community Hall and Scotch Creek Community Hall
The CSRD and its GIS department maintains a wide variety of data to support informed decision making. Looking for property information, parks, development permit areas or more, this is the place to look.
Parks & Recreation
The CSRD is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. With incredible mountain views, a multitude of lakes and rivers, waterfalls, and enchanting forests just minutes away from most communities, it is easy to see why you'd want to check out the many parks and trails in the region.
Parks & Facilities Listings
Check out area parks, trails and facilities, and get a look at their features and location.
Parks & Trails Map Directory
Explore CSRD's Parks and Trails using the Interactive Parks Map. Search or browse to find parks and trails of interest then click it to see photos and view more information.
Outdoor Ice Rinks
The operation of the rinks is dependent on weather and safety conditions, so rinks may be closed without advance notice.
The Revelstoke Airport (CYRV) is a registered aerodrome owned and operated by the CSRD. Find out more about its services at this page.
Far from ordinary and closer than you think, welcome here. West of the Rockies, east of the Pacific, and north of the Okanagan, where Canada’s longest highways meet, is the Shuswap; a region of eight distinct and enchanting communities that flow together like the gentle waters of our namesake, Shuswap Lake.
Sicamous & District Recreation Centre
One NHL regulation-sized arena provides user-groups ice time for such things as public skating, parent and tot activities and shinny drop-in programs. There is also a newly upgraded fitness centre for public use.
Report a Park / Trail Issue
Access a form to report a park or trail issue.