Grindrod Park

 

Enderby & Area
Distance: 750 m
Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 30 min
Trail Access / Features
Walk / Hike

Trail Description:

This gravel surfaced pathway circles Grindrod Park along the banks of the Shuswap River, with views of the Enderby Cliffs. A great staging spot for local road cycle touring. Look for the path below the bridge that links to the restaurant, pub, and grocery store on the south side of the highway. 

The trail was built in 2014 with a partnership effort by the Grindrod Community Association, support from the Shuswap Trail Alliance, community residents and businesses, and an Active Seniors Grant from the Government of Canada. Plus 5 days of volunteer contribution by Girl Guides from across Canada during their 2014 SOAR Jamboree.

 

Access:

Drive 10km north of Enderby on Hwy 97A to Grindrod (4km north of the 97B junction to Salmon Arm). The park entrance is on the north side of the highway right next to the bridge on the west side of the river. Watch for traffic behind you when turning off the hwy.