Jim Watt Heritage Riverwalk |
In 1977, the Enderby City Council decided to develop a walkway along the Shuswap River.
Over the years, portions of the walk were constructed, and the riverbank was stabilized.
In 1998 the Enderby Heritage Commission worked with the City of Enderby, and the Chamber of Commerce to develop a heritage walkway.
Signs were created to depict the history of Enderby's heritage sites along the river. Community residents donated benches and picnic tables.
Today the paved riverwalk extends from Belvidere Park through Riverside Park. Plans are being made to extend the walk south to the city boundary, with a bird-watching kiosk and more heritage signs.