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Sunnybrae Land For Sale
If you're looking into Sunnnybrae land for sale, you won't find a lot of amenities and services in the region given it is a vacation area. It's not far from the Tappen Co-op on the TransCanada. If you need groceries and other goods, Salmon Arm is the place to go. Sunnybrae has a community hall, which is across the street from Sunnybrae Beach (one of the area's best beaches!). Residents can rent the hall for social functions. It has a fully stocked kitchen and seats between 70-120 people.
One of the area gems is the Sunnybrae Vineyards & Winery at 3849 Sunnybrae Canoe Point Rd. Constructed in 2010, the Craftsman style winery boasts a wine-tasting room with a magnificent view of the lake and Mount Ida. Wines made on site include Ortega, Redneck Red, and Marechale Foch.
Discover Sunnybrae cabins on Shuswap Lake and explore an area that's blessed with one of Canada's best climates. The Summer days are hot and dry, while winters are relatively mild and not too cold. But most people come to Sunnybrae in July and August to take advantage of the fantastic weather. Boating, fishing, swimming, waterskiing and tubing are all major recreational pastimes on the lake.
Herald Provincial Park, which is a large park in the area, is nearby. With 79 acres and a boat launch, it's a popular spot in the summer. There's a beach at the park along with a big day use area. Hikers should check out the trail to Upper Canyon trail and enjoy the amazing views of the lake. Herald Park also has 3 campgrounds with a total of 119 sites.
If you would like more information about Sunnybrae cabins for sale, contact Royal LePage Access. Reach one of our expert real estate agents by phone at 250-832-9997.