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Ranchero (Thompson Okanagan)
  1. Annis (Grindrod, 6km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  2. Deep Creek (Grindrod, 6km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  3. Grandview Bench (Grindrod, 6km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
4. Grindrod (Grindrod, 6km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Grindrod - After Edmund Holden Grindrod, first CPR inspector of telegraphs in British Columbia (1886) and later a farmer near Kamloops.
5. Hupel (Grindrod, 6km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Hupel - After Herman ('Mike') Hupel, a genial, crosseyed German-American who became postmaster here in 1910.
  6. Mara (Grindrod, 6km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  7. Ranchero (Grindrod, 6km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  8. Broadview (Salmon Arm, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  9. Mara Meadows Ecological Reserve (Salmon Arm, 8km) - Leave a Public Review
  10. Mara Meadows Park (Salmon Arm, 8km) - Leave a Public Review
11. Salmon Arm (City) / Shuswap Lake (Salmon Arm, 8km) Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Phone: (250) 803-4000 - Leave a Public Review
Salmon Arm - Takes its name from Shuswap Lake's southwest arm, which in turn was named back in the days when the salmon swarmed up its creeks and river in such numbers that the settlers pitchforked them out of the water and
  12. Salmon River 1 (Salmon Arm, 8km) - Leave a Public Review
  13. Seymour Arm (Salmon Arm, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  14. Silver Creek (Salmon Arm, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  15. South Canoe (Salmon Arm, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  16. Sweetsbridge (Salmon Arm, 8km) - Leave a Public Review
  17. Switsemalph 3 (Salmon Arm, 8km) - Leave a Public Review
  18. Switsemalph 6 (Salmon Arm, 8km) - Leave a Public Review
  19. Switsemalph 7 (Salmon Arm, 8km) - Leave a Public Review
  20. Upper Violet Creek Park (Salmon Arm, 8km) - Leave a Public Review
21. Canoe / Engineers Point (Canoe, 11km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Reputedly early white travellers were impressed by the number of Indian dugout canoes drawn up on the fine beach here.
  22. Herald Park (Canoe, 11km) - Leave a Public Review
23. Ashton Creek (Enderby, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
After Charles Ashton, who came to British Columbia from England in 1865 and settled here in 1887.
24. Enderby (City) / Fortune Creek / Tsuius Creek (Enderby, 12km) Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Phone: (250) 838-7230 - Leave a Public Review
Enderby - Originally known as Spallumcheen, Steamboat Landing, Fortune's Landing, Lambly's Landing, or Belvidere.
  25. Enderby 2 (Enderby, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  26. Enderby Cliffs Park (Enderby, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  27. Mabel Lake (Enderby, 12km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
  28. Shuswap River Islands Park (Enderby, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  29. Skookumchuck Rapids Park (Enderby, 12km) - Leave a Public Review
  30. Mara Park (Mara, 10km) - Leave a Public Review
  31. Kamloops 2 (Tappen, 17km) - Leave a Public Review
  32. North Bay 5 (Tappen, 17km) - Leave a Public Review
  33. Paradise Point (Tappen, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
34. Tappen / Herald Provincial Park / Kault Hill / Skimikin Creek (Tappen, 17km) Your Host(s): Canada Post - Leave a Public Review
Herald Provincial Park - Dr. Dundas Herald acquired this fine lakefront property in 1906. In 1975 the provincial government purchased the land from Miss Jessie Herald but retained the family name for the park that it then established.