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  • Sicamous is located on the Trans-Canada Highway/Highway 1 midway between Vancouver, 494 km/307 mi west, and Calgary, Alberta 482 km/300 mi east. Highway 97A connects Sicamous with the Okanagan Valley to the south.

    Airlines
    Kelowna International Airport (114 km/71 mi south of Sicamous) offers multiple daily flights to and from Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary, Edmonton and Seattle, Washington, plus to other regional airports. Airlines include Air Canada, Central Mountain Air, Pacific Coastal, Air North, and West Jet. Charters are also available.

    Bus Services
    Greyhound Canada buses stop in Sicamous and provide multiple daily connections with Vancouver and Calgary, as well as regional centres.

    Car Rentals
    Car rentals are not available in Sicamous, but are found in Salmon Arm, 30 km/19 mi northeast.

  • Banking
    Sicamous currently has a SASCU Credit Union and 2 ATMs

    Schools
    Sicamous is in North Okanagan-Shuswap School District #83.

    Eagle River Secondary (8-12, 165 Students)
    Box 9, 518 Main Street
    Sicamous, BC, V0E 2V0
    P: 250 836-2831 | F: 250 804-7784

    Parkview Elementary School (K-7, 172 Students)
    Box 444, 605 Highway 97A
    Sicamous, BC, V0E 2V0
    P: 250 836-2871 | F: 250 804-7792

    Visitor Center
    Sicamous Visitor Centre
    #3, 446 Main Street
    Sicamous, BC, V0E 2V0
    P: 250 836-3313 | F: 250 836-4368 | TFP: 1 866 205-4055
    vc@sicamouschamber.bc.ca

  • Sicamous is the Houseboat Capital of Canada and a place where you can snowmobile, golf and houseboat all in the same weekend in May!

    Sicamous offers superb snowmobiling in the winter. The deep powder snow extends the sledding season well into the spring.

    In the spring, summer and fall, enjoy boating and fishing on the lakes. Visit Finlayson Park which has a children’s playground, skateboard park and fun caboose. Play a game of ball on one of the three top notch pitches or drop by the Museum for a step back in time.

    There are many walking and hiking trails many which lead to waterfalls within the forests.