The Sunny Shuswap B&B is conveniently located 40 minutes outside Kamloops and 40 minutes outside Salmon Arm. Just a stone’s throw away from beautiful Little Shuswap Lake and in the heart of the Shuswap, you will find something to do in the area no matter what season you visit! The following sites have plenty of suggestions and great tips of things to do in the area.
Every year, thousands of salmon make their way from the ocean back to the river where they were born to lay their eggs. This is an annual event that occurs between September and October. Every four years is the Salute to the Sockeye, a dominant run that sees between 7 to 14 million salmon visit the Adams River in a three-week span. It is the largest sockeye salmon run in North America. absolute must-see for anyone visiting in the fall. The salmon run takes place every year, but the next dominant run is expected in 2026.
Along with Memorial Park and Beach located only a five-minute walk from the Sunny Shuswap B&B, there are a number of beaches to be found in the surrounding area.
A great place to learn the fascinating history of Chase and surrounding area.
Check out some of the fantastic golf courses in the Shuswap!
Visit one of our many local trails and waterfalls. Hiking trails vary from easy to difficult, make sure to research your desired trail before departure.
A great way to spend a hot day!
A detailed listing of outdoor summer and winter activities throughout the Shuswap.
Chase is perfectly situated for easy access to local ski resorts and ski clubs. Make sure to check driving distances from the B&B to your specific location prior to booking.
A great place to find things to do in Kamloops.
Only a 20-minute drive from Chase, this donkey refuge is a wonderful and uplifting place to spend an afternoon.
Whether you’re looking for a heart-racing whitewater adventure or a quieter, more relaxed tour, the Shuswap has what you’re looking for!
If you are interested in locally produced wine, the Shuswap has a number of must-visit wineries. Don’t forget to also check out the Kamloops Wine Trail.