The Parks and Trails Master Plan is a planning tool to direct and guide the management of current and future parks and trails within the District of Sicamous for the next ten years. This masterplan identifies existing and proposed parks and trails within Sicamous, while also identifying the areas for improvement and maintenance. The masterplan outlines the existing policies and guidelines, current park supply and inventory of the existing parks and trails. In addition, the plan includes a summary of public engagement process, key findings, and recommendations.
Following advocacy by many local governments, British Columbia's controlled substance possession exemption has been restricted to prohibit the possession of controlled substances from child-focuses spaces.
As of September 18, 2023, the decriminalization of controlled substances in BC will no longer apply within 15 metres of:
Playground play structures;
Spray parks or wading pools; and
Additionally, District of Sicamous Council amended the Parks Regulation Bylaw in July of 2023 to prohibit the public consumption of decriminalized illicit drugs in the following park spaces.
Sicamous Beach Park is located at the west end of Finlayson Street. This beautiful park offers a safe swim area, children’s water splash park, playground, volleyball nets, picnic tables, benches and public washrooms. There is lots of grass to spread out and enjoy the day.
Finlayson Park, located at 1117 Eagle Pass Way, is home to the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre, the Sicamous Curling Club, four ball diamonds, a children's playground, skateboard park, outdoor exercise equipment, washrooms and a walking path around the park.
Sicamous Dog Park, located at 1450 Solsqua Road, offers residents and visitors a safe area to walk their four legged friends off leash. Access the park just past the Solsqua Bridge, watch for signage on the west side of the road.
Lions Park, located off Martin Street, includes a children’s playground, washrooms and walking trail.
Main Street Landing
Main Street Landing is located at the end of Main Street after the Main Street Roundabout and leads up to the site of the original highway bridge. The greenspace houses the District's Main Street Wharf which is available to boaters for day use, a walking path, sitting areas and public washrooms.
If you would like to use District Parks, Greenspace or Facilities, please complete the Facility-Use Permit Application.