Reedman Road Community Park

Reedman Road Community Park is a small, 10-metre wide public lake access that extends approximately 50 metres from Blind Bay Road to the shore of Shuswap Lake. There is a gravel pathway with planted native species on either side. At the lakeshore, there is an artisan's bench and interpretive sign providing information on local pioneer John Reedman. 

Reedman Road is a beautiful place for relaxing and taking in breathtaking views. There is a place for hand-launching of kayaks or paddleboards at the site. The land is owned by the Ministry of Transportation and is operated under a License of Occupation held by the CSRD.

Park Location

If travelling west from Salmon Arm, turn right onto Blind Bay Road, 20 metres before the 60 km/hr sign when entering Sorrento. If travelling east, turn left as you leave Sorrento, approximately 50 metres before the 70 km/hr sign. Proceed north-east for approximately 5.5 km to Reedman Road. No parking is available - preferred access is by pedestrian means.

Address: 2371 Blind Bay Rd, Blind Bay, BC