Sunshine Valley, BC
your guide on all things to enjoy in this vibrant community we call home
for the Adventurer
ATVing, Dirtbiking, SxS & Snowmobiling
Sunshine Valley is home to many trails perfect for off-roading. For a map of the trails; Trail Forks is a fantastic resource, used by Sunshine Valley's own ATV Club.
Hiking, Snowshoeing & X-Country Skiing
Enjoy 4 seasons of fun taking to the trails. Whether you're an avid hiker or love a stroll around the village, there's something for everyone. Join our community Facebook page Hikers, Bikers & Runners to get together with other hikers
Fishing, Canoeing & Kayaking
If you enjoy fly fishing, you can fish Cedar Lake & the Sumallo River from July 1st - Oct 31st. You can expect to find Rainbow Trout, Bull Trout & Dolly Varden in the adjacent Skagit River, which is fed by the winding Sumallo River.
See file for Fishing Regulations - Sumallo River & Cedar Lake on page 6
Outdoor Ice Skating
If you know Sunshine Valley then you will know about the well-loved community Ice Skating Rink. Located on Lakeside Drive, overlooking Cedar Lake the skating rink has been a hub for traditional family fun for many years. The Ice Rink is usually operational between Nov-Apr.
for Family time & Relaxation
Indoor Swimming Pool & Hot Tub
Enjoy the outdoor Heated Swimming Pool & Hot Tub at the Sunshine Valley Holiday Trails RV Resort
Rec Centre, Tennis Courts & Outdoor Swimming
The Sunshine Valley Community Cooperative provides access and maintains recreational & social activities; which include 2 Tennis courts, baseball field & Rec centre.
There are a few Play areas located in Sunshine Valley - The Community Centre has a playground located by a large sports field & volleyball net.
The latest addition is located in Huckleberry, in a large open grassy area for the kids to safely play.
for Community Spirit
Sunshine Valley residents are so blessed to have their own Fire Department; however, the crew is completely made up of volunteers. This is fantastic but as you can imagine, extra volunteers is always welcome. If you can't volunteer but still want to help, you can!
By donating, fundraising or simply collecting empty beverage containers. Every little bit goes towards funding the operations of the SVVFD.
For more information, please check out svvfd.com & follow Sunshine Valley Volunteer Fire Department on Facebook
If you're interested in Volunteering, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sunshine Valley Ratepayers Association (SVRA) is a volunteer association, based in Sunshine Valley, BC. It operates on funds raised through donations, grants and fundraising events. The SVRA promotes community education, sustainable public programs and encourages people of all ages to come out and enjoy the fun.
The SVRA regularly holds working committee meetings for:
Community events & workshops, Grant applications, Marketing, Community forest initiative.
For more information visit: https://www.sunshinevalleyratepayerassociation.com/