Electoral Area F

Area: 2,920 km²

Census Population: Stats Can 2016 - 2,454

Local Municipalities: City of Salmon Arm

Electoral Area F is known as the North Shuswap being that it is located on the north side of Shuswap Lake . It includes unincorporated communities of Lee Creek, Scotch Creek, Celista, Magna Bay, Anglemont, St. Ives and Seymour Arm.

Shuswap Lake offers  swimming, boating and camping in the summer and it is renowned for its Salmon Run with millions of sockeye salmon returning each year to spawn and continue the salmon life cycle.

In winter, the nearby mountains offer snowmobiling, skiing and snowshoeing.

Local Services

CSRD Elected Representative

Upcoming Meetings

Date Title Notice Agenda Minutes Other Documents
May 29, 2018 Electoral Area Directors Committee Meeting
Jun 13, 2018 Shuswap Watershed Council Meeting
Sep 19, 2018 Shuswap Watershed Council Meeting
Dec 12, 2018 Shuswap Watershed Council Meeting




Parks & Trails

Magna Bay Wharf Road Park

Magna Bay Wharf Road Community Park is a popular swimming and picnic area for local residents and visitors in Magna Bay.  There is over 100 metres of south facing beach with a picnic area, vault toilet, garbage receptacles and recycling...

Rose Clifford Community Park

Bertram and Florrie Clifford homesteaded in the North Shuswap in 1907 living in a log cabin. Later, a much larger house was built across the road which became known as the Saratoga Lodge. They had three children: Rose, John and Frederick.  Sadly...

Ross Creek Community Park

Ross Creek Community Park is a popular swimming and picnic area.  There is over 200 metres of south facing beach, a picnic area, a vault toilet and a recycling container for public convenience.  Parking is available for 10 - 12 cars.  To the west...

Scotch Creek Hlina Trail

A forest walk to impressive views over Shuswap Lake high above Scotch Creek.

The Scotch Creek/Hlina recreational trail was built as a project of the Columbia Shuswap Regional District Area F Parks Commission, in partnership with the...

Scotch Creek Wharf Road Community Park

From 1914 to 1956, a public ferry ran between Scotch Creek and Sorrento. Prior to the government ferry, various individuals would transport people and goods across the lake in a row boat.  The first Captain, Disney Poole, built his house on the...