Time of year
Jodie P wrote a review Sep. 2016
20 contributions6 helpful votes
Great to get to by watercraft. We take the boat out often and the park is our destination. Can be very busy in July with houseboaters.
Date of experience: May 2016
Tara H G wrote a review Jul. 2016
Salmon Arm, British Columbia, Canada150 contributions47 helpful votes
Great place to dock & camp. They charge $20/night for a site for tenting with fire-pit. Easy access to floating store & restaurant.
Date of experience: June 2016
goin4luxury wrote a review Apr. 2016
Salmon Arm, Canada263 contributions113 helpful votes
We always enjoy stopping in at Cinnemousun Park when we boat on the Shuswap. It's a beautiful spot in the middle of the "H" which is the lake's shape. It offers rugged camping (outhouses) but the most lovely campsites overlooking the Narrows. All summer there is at least one and often two floating stores there that also sell gas and restaurant food and/or takeaway such as ice cream cones. Boaters with camping equipment are welcome at this Provincial Park. There are often restrictions on campfires due to forest fire risks, so be sure to check whether they're allowed before starting a fire in the fire pits. Never start one elsewhere on your own!…
Date of experience: October 2015
Marie J wrote a review Mar. 2016
Rock Creek, Canada762 contributions221 helpful votes
Hike it to the top see the beautiful views of the Shuswap. Lots of hiking trails to walk on or explore. Nature comes alive in the small place but it is beautiful and serene. Had a great picnic lunch
Date of experience: August 2015
ediejack wrote a review Apr. 2015
Salmon Arm, Canada25 contributions15 helpful votes
A small park at the crossroads of the arms of the Shuswap Lake. It has good hiking trails and if you go to the top of the hill, you have remarkable vistas from the hill top.
Date of experience: August 2014