Chase, BC, Canada

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Chase, BC, Canada

Chase vacation rentals

Summer days on Shuswap Lake

Chase serves as the gateway to sparkling Shuswap Lake, one of Canada's most coveted summer destinations. In summer, both the lake and the village are a hive of outdoor activity. From swimming and boating to golfing and hiking, there are so many opportunities to connect with nature. If you can't snap up a Chase vacation rental, why not consider other Shuswap communities like Salmon Arm, Sicamous, and Sorrento? Or, escape to secluded waterfront cabins complete with private docks and hot tubs. Beyond the great outdoors, Chase is also a fantastic place to discover rich First Nations culture.

Outdoor adventures in Chase

Unsurprisingly, nature is Chase's best asset. The lake itself is a world famous houseboating destination, though if you'd rather stay on dry land, Chase vacation rentals put you right at the water's edge. The calm waters are perfect for swimming and boating, while adrenalin junkies will pounce on the chance to go rafting down the Adams River. Things don't slow down in winter, with Chase just a 90-minute drive to the legendary Sun Peaks Ski Resort on Tod Mountain, as well as Silver Star Resort near Vernon.

Tee off by the TransCanada

With 9-hole Sunshore Golf Club just steps from the town center and 18-hole Talking Rock course 10 minutes down the TransCanada highway, Chase is a dream destination for golfers. For a glimpse at the region's history, why not visit the Chase & District Museum & Archives, housed in a pretty white church in the village center? Thrill seekers won't want to miss the Treetop Flyers Zipline at Chase Canyon, where you can speed over thundering Chase Falls suspended from a soaring cable.

Catch fall's famous sockeye salmon run

Summer brings high season in Chase, when legions of sunseekers descend on the lake. Spring sees the backcountry explode in a sea of wildflowers, while fall is famous for the annual Adams River Sockeye Salmon Run. In dominant years Chase throws its legendary Salute to the Sockeye festival, which pays tribute to the millions of fish that return from the Pacific to spawn. Planning a winter ski break? With Chase vacation rentals you can hit the slopes by day, then warm up by a blazing fireplace come sundown.

Explore provincial parks near Chase

From soaring mountains to rumbling rivers, Chase is surrounded by parklands. Shuswap Lake Provincial Park is a favorite with families, while Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park features many miles of hiking trails that'll take you past waterfalls, rapids, and towering Douglass Fir trees. It's also a prime place to view the famous Adams River Sockeye Salmon Run. Don't forget, Canada is famous for its tooth-and-claw wildlife and Chase is no exception. If you're hiking in the backcountry be sure to carry bear spray and keep dogs leashed.