Where the Shuswap meets the Okanagan
Located at the historical site where paddlewheelers once docked, Belvidere Park is said to offer the best view of the Enderby Cliffs and Shuswap River. The city park features the Visitor Centre 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 near to the downtown and beside the Enderby bridge.
Located in Barnes Park is the Enderby Skateboard Park which was designed and built with input from local youth. The competition park is located next to a playground and offers access to the flush toilets and hot shower facilities.
Riverside Park includes three baseball diamonds with a grandstand, public washrooms, a playground, and a large gazebo perfect for outdoor events such as weddings and parties. Riverside Park also holds the Enderby Arena and Curling Rink. The park is conveniently located next to the Riverside RV Park.
The Enderby Arena has seating capacity for 900 and hosts public skating, hockey, and ringette. The curling rink is used for practices, games, and tournaments for teams from around the region. Stop by to check it out or to join in on free public skates.
The wide, sandy beach of Tuey Park is very popular with local swimmers. It is often referred to as "Waterwheel Park" due to the waterwheel and flume which were built in 1911 on the site to irrigate the surrounding farmland.
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.
There is a picnic area, washrooms, and an adjacent dog park for pet owners.
Located in downtown Grindrod beside the Grindrod bridge is a ballpark, playground, picnic and swimming area. There are many picnic tables and shady spots for camping. The river here flows slowly and is excellent for swimming and canoeing. Grindrod Park is just a 10 minute drive north of Enderby on Highway 97A.
Gardom Lake Community Park
Gardom Lake is popular for bird watching, swimming, and canoeing. There is a ten-horse power motorboat limit and electric motors are preferred.
The day use park features picnic tables, outhouses, and a playground. No fires or pets are allowed. The lake also features several floating docks and an island with short interpretive trails.