Gleneden Ridge Farm - A holiday in the Shuswap

Situated near Salmon Arm in beautiful British Columbia, Gleneden Ridge Farm is ideally located for a holiday in the Shuswap. From boating on the lake and horseback riding in the Summer time, to Skiing and snowmobiling in the Winter, there is something here for everyone.

Spring time in Gleneden; Summer holiday time is coming!
A rustic welcome to our holiday makers.

There are some great wineries to enjoy, as well as shopping, golfing, water-parks, zip-lining, and events running throughout the year. Find out more on our Places and Activities page.

Going to the Armstrong IPE rodeo and you need somewhere to stay? Check out our on-site RV's for rent. Or perhaps you'd like to bring your horses and explore the trails around us; talk to us about our bed and bale options.

Coming soon, Gleneden Ridge Farm will be opening as a petting farm; watch here for further details!

If you're looking to explore the great outdoors, it's all here! Contact us for additional information.

book with us now; a holiday in the Shuswap

Shuswap events in March 2020

Salmon Arm Arts Gallery - 20/20 Upon Reflection | March 7

Annual Vintage Snowmobile Race | March 14

St. Patrick's Day Dance | March 14

St. Patrick's Day Celebration with Cod Gone Wild | March 15

Murder Mystery Dinner at Scotch Creek Hub | March 20

Notch Hill Spring Market |  March 28

The Notch Hill Spring Market,
March 28.

The Notch Hill Town Hall is having their annual Spring Market!  We are very pleased to welcome back the Shuswap Market Group!  Come browse our hall filled to the brim with local Artisans, Home Based Businesses and all of your favourite Vendors!  Enjoy a delicious hot breakfast as well – this serves as a fundraiser with moneys raised benefiting the Notch Hill Hall.

Join us: March 28 @ 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

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