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Located at the historical site where paddle-wheelers once docked, Belvidere Park is said to offer the best view of the Enderby Cliffs and Shuswap River. The city park features the Visitor InfoCentre and Chamber of Commerce offices, with public washrooms, picnic tables, Riverwalk access, and a canoe launch on the Shuswap River.
The park is conveniently located downtown next to the Enderby bridge. It is a nice place to stop for lunch, and it is very popular during the summer with tourists on holidays to Canada.
This large, grassy acreage has a heated outdoor pool, splash pool, picnic tables, playground, and a large area for outdoor sports.
Flush toilets and hot showers are located in the outdoor pool facility. Barnes Park is located at the south end of town on Highway 97A.
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This treed picnic area and campground on the Shuswap River is operated by the Enderby and District Chamber of Commerce.
A central building houses the washrooms, coin showers, summer kitchen, and barbecue pit. A sani-station and boat launch are in the vicinity. The park adjoins three baseball diamonds, a grandstand, the Enderby Arena and curling rink, and is bordered by the Riverwalk.
Tuey Park, with its wide, sandy beach, has been popular with local swimmers since 1916.
A waterwheel and flume were built here in 1911 by Sam Polson to irrigate the surrounding farmland, giving the park its local nickname, the "Waterwheel."
In 1979, the four acre park was made a public beach and picnic area when it was donated to the City of Enderby by Mr. Jay Tuey.
J. Tuey Park is located on a bend in the Shuswap River at the north end of Enderby. The water at this point in the river is especially calm and shallow, but swimmers are advised to keep a sharp look out for boats in the deeper main channel.
Please keep the beach tidy and take out your own garbage. Dogs are not allowed at the park.
Not far from Enderby's downtown is Birchbark Park
Grassy lawns, sandy beach, picnic tables and the cool waters of the Shuswap River make it an excellent stop for picnicking and swimming.
The Spallumcheen Indian Band maintains the park. Crossing the Enderby bridge just east of town, the park can be found immediately to the right.
RIVERSIDE BALL PARK
Located next to the Riverside Hall in the community of Ashton Creek beside the Trinity bridge (10 minutes east of Enderby) this treed park boasts an excellent ball diamond, picnic tables, a playground, and barbecue pit, as well as a canoe launch nearby.
Just upriver is a sandy beach on the Shuswap River that is popular with community residents.
Located next to the Shuswap River and the Grindrod bridge is a ballpark and picnic area.
Grindrod Park is just a 10 minute drive north of Enderby on Highway 97A.
GARDOM LAKE COMMUNITY PARK
The lake is popular for bird watching, ice fishing, swimming, and canoeing. There is a 10 horse power motorboat limit, electric motors preferred.
The day use park has picnic tables, and outhouses; no fires or pets allowed. There are short nature trails with interpretive signs on Turtle Island.