Our Enderby RV Parks’ Amenities
Here you are smack in the middle of the Okanagan and the Shuswap at this lovely little campground with a peaceful river below, majestic cliffs above and city shops just blocks away.
What else makes Riverside RV Park in Enderby the perfect place to gather your friends and relatives or host an event?
Riverside Park is right next door to four well-maintained baseball diamonds available to rent for family or league tournaments. There’s a grandstand for those who’d rather watch, full bathrooms and the Lion’s Gazebo you can also rent to feed the team.
To book the ball diamonds or the gazebo, contact us at:
Stroll The Riverside
The Jim Watt Heritage Riverwalk meanders along the shore of the Shuswap River, taking you from your campsite and Riverside Park to Belvidere Park and the Visitor Centre. It’s a place where children hunt for sticks, where turtles catnap and eagles go fishing.
Along the way, you’ll learn about Enderby’s beginnings and the role of the river as a logging highway.
Feed the Troupes
Our very own Enderby RV parks’ sheltered group kitchen facility offers a barbecue pit, eight picnic tables and basic kitchen amenities such as a residential fridge, freezer and coffee machine.
It’s the perfect place to host a pot-luck or get out the instruments and jam. Use is complementary, but please contact us to book it for group use.
Say Farewell to Your Waste
Riverside RV Park offers the only sani-dump in Enderby. The cost is $5.00 for all users.
We have full bathroom facilities on site. The showers are coin operated (they take loonies).
The bathrooms are locked at night (our guests enter a code) to ensure safety.
Note: Bathrooms are open from May to October, weather permitting.
There’s a boat launch to the river just outside our entry gate!
Save The Date
Sound like the perfect place to bring your team or guests? Contact us to book your stay.
What local amenities and attractions are nearby for you to enjoy? How about a swimming pool, an arena and curling rink, golf courses, lakes, a drive-in, cross-country skiing trails, a museum and a bustling, lively little downtown?