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RJ Haney Heritage Park

Salmon Arm & Area
Distance: 2 km (round trip)
Difficulty: Easier
Duration: 0.5 + Hours (round trip)
Trail Access / Features
Walk / Hike Picnic Tables

Trail Notes / Current Conditions:

March 31, 2020: Effective immediately, R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum will be temporarily closed to the public until further notice, including walking trails. R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum is a charity that relies on support from the community and its stakeholders to remain open and operating. We would encourage our guests to postpone their private events or visit on a later date, as opposed to cancelling. We also encourage current ticketed event holders to hang onto their tickets to use at a future 2020 events, and will offer them first pick on the new date of their choice.  Ticket holders may also choose to donate the value of their tickets to the Museum.

 
The administrative office will remain open at reduced hours, you are welcome to contact General Manager Susan Mackie, by email info@salmonarmmuseum.org or phone 250-832-5243 with any questions or concerns you may have. 

Trail Description:

Newly Upgraded! This regional gem is now easier to walk, especially for families with strollers and assisted wheel chair exploration. A lovely forest nature trail with interpretive signs, ravine, creek, small bridges, wildflowers, picnic tables, museum, and heritage village.

PLEASE NOTE: there is an admission fee to enter the park:

$10 per adult, $9 - Seniors, $7 - Students (6-17 yrs of age), $Free - Children (0-5 yrs of age). As well, $5 group rates if called ahead.

 

Additional Information: www.salmonarmmuseum.org

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Access:

East of Salmon Arm on Hwy 1, turn south at the Highway 97B junction drive 0.8 km to RJ Haney Heritage Village (watch for the entrance on your right.) The 2 km nature trail begins at the historic Mount Ida Church. www.SalmonArmMuseum.org

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