Okanagan-Shuswap Nearby: Enderby
This 2,000 population community is on the west shore of the slow-moving Shuswap River.
Many of Enderby's buildings date back to 1905, with mostly buildings in brick from the town's two brick factories.
The river stretch between here and Mara Lake is popular with houseboaters and canoeists. The town is overlooked
by the Enderby Cliffs on the east shore of the Shuswap River.
This community had a number of names in its early days including Spallumcheen, Steamboat Landing,
Fortunes' Landing, Lambly's Landing and Belvidere. When the river flooded in 187, a lady at a tea party
recited the Jean Inglelow poem The high tide on the coast of Lincolshire which included a line
about the Brides of Enderby. This just caught on.
Business listings for Enderby
Official web site: http://www.enderby.com
Enderby's Annual events are: Snowarama at Hunters Range (January) , Road Hockey Tournament (February),
Springfest Outdoors Show (April), Mother's Day Pancake Breakfast (May), Kayak Rodeo & Dance in Kingfisher (June),
Canada Day Celebration & Parade (July), Enderby-Grindrod Triathlon (August), Mara Sunflower Festival (August),
Kingfisher River Days & Dance (August), Legion Days & Parade (August), Labour Day Baseball Tourney (Sept),
BC Rivers Day on the Shuswap (Sept), Downtown Christmas Light-Up (December).
Enderby and District Museum
City Hall Complex, 901 George St
Open Monday to Saturday, featuring local history and community artists.
Mabel Lake Provincial Park
35 km east of Enderby
This park lies in a steep glacier carved valley where the Shuswap highlands meet the Monashee Mountains. The vegetation reflects the transition from dry plateau to moist/snowy mountain terrain. Ther are both ponderosa pine and Douglas fir forests, which make for great rainbow trout fishing.
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