Salmon Arm features the largest wooden wharf in North America, but how did that come to be?
Well, according to this article from the Salmon Arm Observer, it had something to do with a drunken argument in the 1920s between a famous rail executive and a local man who’d go on to become city’s wharfkeeper.
An original wharf was built more than 100 years ago to deal with large mudflats that steamers had to deal with. It was replaced in 1907 with a large wooden wharf.
Shuswap Lake is now one of British Columbia’s most popular recreational destinations with more than 20 provincial parks and unlimited water-related recreational opportunities.
See hundreds of photos and articles at westcoasttraveller.com as you plan your next adventure.