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- Private room
- Salmon Arm
Our home is located in the quiet district of Raven in Salmon Arm. Our space consists of two bedrooms, each with queen-sized beds, a fully supplied bathroom, a large bright living/dining space with fridge, 2 burner stove, etc., along with TV, Wifi, Netflix, and sofa to relax in quiet privacy, also includes an office desk and work space. House has air conditioning, air purifiers, as well as solar panels for your comfort. We look forward to meeting you, Francois & Lorraine
- Entire home
- Salmon Arm
Are you looking for a comfortable inviting place to stay after your journey? Come and relax in our cozy home located right in Salmon Arm. Enjoy the beautiful mountains, lakes, beaches, wineries, and hiking trails only minutes away. The guest suite has a private entrance, 2 well equipped beds to provide you with good sleep, a kitchenette that makes breakfast easy to prepare, a family room with large sofa and fireplace. Everything is aesthetically pleasing to insure your stay is worthwhile.
- Private room
- Salmon Arm
Welcome to our home, we are located in the quiet Raven district of Salmon Arm. Our space consists of two bedrooms, each with one queen-sized bed, a fully supplied bathroom, a large bright living/dining space with fridge, 2 burner stove, etc., along with TV, Wifi, Netflix, and sofa to relax in quiet privacy, also includes an office desk and work space. The energy of our home if provided by solar panels We look forward to sharing our beautiful area with you. Francois & Lorraine
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Your guide to Salmon Arm
All About Salmon Arm
Located on the shores of Shuswap Lake, the small town of Salmon Arm is an ideal place to explore the wilderness of southern British Columbia. The town lies at the foot of the Monashee Mountain range with its endless hiking, boating, horseback riding, and in winter, cross-country skiing. As its name suggests, Salmon Arm is a destination for anglers looking to reel in trout, kokanee, and chinook salmon. When you’re not out baitcasting for dinner or hiking the forested trails, the city of Salmon Arm has plenty to keep you busy, including some nice museums and galleries, plus a thriving farmers market. And if you’re looking for a day of sips and nibbles, the town sits in the agricultural heart of the region, close to many apple orchards, wineries, and dairy farms.
How do I get around Salmon Arm?
The nearest airport is Kelowna International Airport (YLW), a little over an hour south of Salmon Arm. A bus takes you from the airport into town in about 90 minutes, or you can rent a car and drive. From Kelowna’s city centre or Kamloops, regular buses to Salmon Arm take around two hours. Once in town getting around is easy as shuttle buses connecting major parts of the city are readily accessible and regularly scheduled. Salmon Arm also has more than 39 cycling routes and numerous bike rental options. Having your own vehicle will give you the freedom and convenience of exploring the area at your own pace.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Salmon Arm?
The best time to book your Salmon Arm cabin rental is June through August when the weather is sunny, rainfall is moderate, and the town welcomes events like the annual roots and blues festival. Autumn brings cooler temperatures, perfect for hiking the Monashee Mountains to witness the changing foliage. Winters are cold and snowy, but there is no shortage of fun to be had; skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing are all popular at this time. Winter FunFest happens in November and features games, parades, and bonfires. As the temperatures begin to warm in spring, trails can get muddy, so be sure to pack a good pair of boots.
What are the top things to do in Salmon Arm?
Salmon Arm Wharf
This wooden fresh-water wharf was built over a century ago to give steam ships a way to bring goods to the region without running aground of the mudflats. Today the 134-metre-long pier is a birders paradise, where you can spot pelicans, eagles, and ospreys. Come at sunset to see the light bounce off of the lake and the surrounding mountain range.
Mount Ida Loop
Salmon Arm and its environs offer a wide range of hikes. Thirty minutes from town, you’ll find this epic hiking route to the top of Mt. Ida, a 32-kilometre loop that leads you 1,598 metres above sea level. Several viewpoints punctuate the trail with breathtaking scenery of mountains, forests, and waterfalls. For a less challenging romp through the woods, check out the Raven Trail.
Cinnemousun Narrows Provincial Park
This provincial park on the shore of Shuswap Lake an hour from town draws anglers with 19 species of fish, from burbot to whitefish. The lake is also a popular place to launch kayaks and canoes and explore hidden coves. Be aware that you could encounter bears and cougars, so make sure any food is stored in tightly sealed containers.