Electoral Area C

Area: 601 km²

Census Population: Stats Can 2016 - 7,921

Local Municipalities: City of Salmon Arm

Electoral Area C is known as the South Shuswap and includes unincorporated communities of Sunnybrae, Tappen, White Lake, Blind Bay, Sorrento, Eagle Bay and Notch Hill.

The area offers a wide range of recreational activities including boating, fishing and swimming in Shuswap Lake and hiking on its numerous trails.

The area is located along the Trans Canada Highway west of Salmon Arm and east of Kamloops.

The area includes large residential areas as well as rich farmland (both specialty hobby and traditional farms).

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Parks & Trails

Rocky Point Road

Rocky Point Road is a small lake access on the end of a cul-de-sac. It has picturesque views of Blind Bay, Copper Island and Shuswap Lake. Small watercrafts must be hand launched here as this is mainly a pedestrian site. The access is...

Roy Sharp Community Park

Roy Sharp Community Park is dedicated to honour a beloved long time community member Roy Sharp, who lost his life in the Robinson Creek landslide on May 6, 2017.   The park is approximately 80 metres wide by 80 metres long.  Amenities include a...

Shannon Beach

This site is 18.33 hectares (45.29 acres) in size, including over 400 metres (1,312 feet) of shoreline on Shuswap Lake in Eagle Bay.  A parking lot has been constructed above Eagle Bay Road opposite the beach which includes a vault toilet and...

Sorrento/Blind Bay Park

Sorrento/Blind Bay Park is a park you have to experience. This 12.3 acre large open space park includes a skating rink, batting cage, tennis courts, soccer field, basketball court, 3 baseball diamonds with beautiful viewing areas, concession...

Sunnybrae Park

Sunnybrae Park is a great spot for family recreation which includes a playground, ample parking, washrooms and a beach on Shuswap Lake.  It has a picnic area adjacent to one of the best beaches in the Shuswap. There is a short trail up to the top...