What’s Nearby

Amenities

Downtown Enderby — 30 Minute Drive

An eclectic array of shops and restaurants for a day of gift and antique hunting or fine dining.

Convenience Stores

There are two small stores that operate seasonally located at Mabel Lake Resort and Rivermouth Marina.

Liquor Store

There is a full service government liquor agency operating seasonally at the Mabel Lake Resort. The Mabel Lake Liquor Agency sells at Government pricing, and also features monthly specials on select products.

Propane

Propane is available at the Mabel Lake Resort. Customers are requested to bring their empty tanks to the Mabel Lake Resort store, with name tags attached, and return within 2–4 hours for pick-up of filled tanks. Propane service is seasonal, and a certified technician is not always available for filling.

Pay phones

Pay phones are located at Mabel Lake Resort.

Boat Fuel

Available on the Mabel Lake Marina. Oil, Ropes, Bumpers and other boating necessities are available at the Mabel Lake Resort Store.

Boat Launch   

There is a boat launch at the rivermouth (government launch), and Mabel Lake Resort has a new extended launch with a $15.00 charge (includes in and out).

Boat Rentals

Mabel Lake Resort has pontoon and fishing boat rentals. Boat rentals are limited and in demand during the summer months — we suggest you call ahead to reserve 250-838-6234.

Golf Cart Rentals

Mabel Lake Resort is proud to be a ‘Golf Cart Community’ with golf cart/walking paths connecting the campground and resort area to the Airpark, Golf Course and Lakeside Estates. Golf Carts are available for rent during your stay at the Resort. Please inquire at the store, or call our reservation line to reserve a cart for your stay.

ATTRACTIONS

Kingfisher Community Hall

Everyone is welcome at the Kingfisher Community Hall’s annual events, including the salmon bake, Mother’s Day breakfast, Porch Party gatherings, The Jumbo Dance and more. A Farmers’ Market is held on Wednesdays throughout July and August 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Some items include wax dipped candles, ceramics, honey, jewelry, local produce, plants, pottery, baked goods and smoked meats. Look for the Kingfisher Hall sign, with current events located at the top of  ‘Halfway Hill’ midway between Ashton Creek and Mabel Lake Resort on Mabel Lake Enderby Road. (250) 838-6200

Kingfisher Interpretive Centre

The Kingfisher Interpretive Centre Society (KICS) is a not-for profit, volunteer driven community based salmon hatchery and environmental education centre. KICS was established almost three decades ago in response to the near extinction of salmon stocks in the Shuswap River.

Kingfisher Interpretive Centre welcomes thousands of visitors annually to engage in outdoor discovery in a 10-acre “living classroom”. Set along the banks of the pristine Shuswap River near Mabel Lake Resort, British Columbia, amidst the lush Interior Rainforest, they are one of few places in BC that engages participants with a first-hand experience of salmon in their habitat. The site offers an abundance of information, sights, smells and sounds.

Entertainment

Lorenzo’s Cafe

For good times and great food Lorenzo’s Cafe is the hot spot in the North Okanagan. With live music for every palette the entertainment venue includes jazz, blues, folk, country, rock and celtic musicians, belly-dancing-plate-smashing Greek nights, and dinner theatre. High ceilings and a “Bowl Room Dance Floor” make for great acoustics and a unique atmosphere. This beautifully restored and renovated heritage school house is the hub of local artistry and culture.
Check out our upcoming events and see the music we have planned.

The Starlight Drive-In

Welcome to the Ultimate Movie Going Experience! North America’s Largest Drive-In Screen, Movies Under the Stars — Enderby

Caravan Farm Theatre

Caravan Farm Theatre is a professional outdoor theatre company based on an 80 acre farm, 11Km NW of Armstrong BC. Hailed as a national treasure, Caravan Farm Theatre is one of Canada’s premiere professional outdoor theatre companies, and has been entertaining audiences young and old, from near and far, since 1978.

There is no theatre building — just the great outdoors. Productions have been staged in nearly every corner of the farm — in a field, in the pines, in the barn or the riding ring. The shows range from classics like Shakespeare and Brecht, original works like Horseplay and Cowboy King. Annual productions include a Fall shadow play, a Winter one-act sleigh ride show, and in Summer, a full length musical.