Tucked into the bend of the beautiful Shuswap River, the City of Enderby is an agricultural community within commuting distance of Vernon. Marking the transition between the Okanagan and the Shuswap, semi-arid hillsides give way to dramatic, lush mountains and hidden lakes, adding to the region’s appeal. Around 3,000 people call Enderby home, and enjoy its incredible natural surroundings and charming main street.
Enderby lies within the traditional lands of the Shuswap First Nation, and the local Splatsin People provide a rich historical and contemporary culture to the area. In addition, the laid-back community of Enderby enjoys all of the comforts of small-town life, including popular arts and cultural festivals, well-kept beaches and public spaces, and recreational programming at the historic Drill Hall and at Riverside Park. A visit to the Starlight Drive-In is a summertime tradition for families from across the region. Residents take full advantage of the readily available outdoor pursuits; immediate access to the river and surrounding lakes, the Enderby Cliffs, the Larch Hills nordic ski area, and the extensive mountain trail system keep Enderby citizens active.