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Welcome to Sicamous @ BC Virtual Tour

  Sicamous, British Columbia is a Shuswap District Municipality in BC Canada at the junction of Mara Lake and Shuswap Lake in the Shuswap water system. A popular holiday destination because of BC Canada's famous watefront recreation and houseboating, the town of Sicamous has a permanent population of over 3,000 residents. In the summer months the population exceeds 5,000. read more... link to us.

  The year-round population of Sicamous District Municipality was counted by Stats Canada at just over 3,000 people an 1,225 households. Home-ownership in Sicamous far outweighs rentals, with 925 of those households being occupant-owned. The major economic contributors in the labour market are accommodation due to tourism along major routes, real estate services, retail trade, and manufacturing.

  The CPR Railroad history in the area helped make Sicamous a place where europeans settled including Finnish and Dutch people in the Eagle Valley and other areas.

  Houseboating and resort lifestyles have made Sicamous and the Shuswap a famous vacation zone. Every summer families come to houseboat and recreate on the Lakes and waterways of the SHuswap, including Shuswap Lake and the Salmon Arm, Mara Lake, and Shuswap River. Shuswap River is known for it's annual tubing congregations who float from Enderby to Mara on inner tubes.

  The Trans-Canada Highway brings visitors from Kamloops way, and also those travelling from the East. Because of its location Sicamous is an easy place along most travellers routes to stop for a restover, or to patronize a local restaurant and do some Shuswap sightseeing.

  Shuswap real estate is popular with BC Interior residents, many of whom keep a summer lease cabin along the shores of Shuswap Lake. From Sorrento to Salmon Arm, there are many beaches and boat launches, and by boat or other watercraft you can escape the regular vacation spots for more secluded waterfront lots and acreages.

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