Located on the Northern shore of Shuswap
Lake lays the region of Celista. This region of the Shuswap includes Scotch Creek
, Seymour Arm
, St. Ives, Anglemont
, Lee Creek, and Magna Bay
. When the area was first established, they only way to travel was by boat. Visitors would go to nearby Sorrento, and ferry across the lake to Scotch Creek.
Celista has a mild climate. Winter temperatures are around -3 degrees Celsius on average. Summer has much higher temperatures, falling around 20 degrees Celsius on average. The weather is mostly sunny, although the winter months do see a higher amount of rain.Staying in a vacation home rental
means being able to vacation without leaving the comforts of home behind. Enjoy the privacy of your own accommodation with a view of the surrounding mountains and lakes in the Shuswap. While mixing with travelers from all over, enjoy the many water activities the area is known for such as house boating, sport boating, swimming, fishing, and canoeing
. You could also check out the surrounding area by hiking, or horse back riding. Winter activities include ice fishing, snowmobiling, and skiing
. Many people visit in the fall to watch the famous salmon spawning run up to Adams Creek.
Vacationers can find holiday lodging directly from owners in the form of cabins, home, apartment, and condo rentals in the Celista region. In the middle of the art shops, and unique restaurants, this four season town is immersed with different types of vacation rentals to suit anyone’s needs. From sparse and new age, to the comforts of home, there is accommodation for everyone.
Why stay in a Celista hotel when you can rent a vacation rental? Owner Direct has been matching holiday guests with privately-owned short term and long term vacation rentals since 1994. Book yours now, and find yourself enjoying the Shuswap in the BC Interior.