Tuey Park, also called Waterwheel Beach Park or simply Enderby River Beach, is a riverside beach located in Enderby, BC. Tuey Park features a sandy beach, designated dog area, large shade trees, and a scenic view of the Enderby Cliffs.
Here is a view of Tuey Park on a sunny summer’s day:
Location of Tuey Park
Tuey Park is located at 2608 Waterwheel St., Enderby, BC V0E 1V2.
Within walking distance to downtown, the park is located past the secondary school and the ice rink, along the banks of the Shuswap River. Access to the park is down Waterwheel street, along a dirt road that passes through farm fields. The fields on the way to Tuey Park are generally home to lots of cows (and sometimes even a few buffalo!).
Enderby River Float
One of the more approachable sections of the Enderby River Float is the float from Belvedere Park to Tuey Park, which takes about two hours. Current information and advisories about the Enderby River Float are issued by the Shuswap River Ambassadors: https://www.facebook.com/EnderbyRA/
More About Tuey Park at the Enderby River
Tuey Park offers ample parking (dirt parking lot), pit toilets (no flush toilets), and lovely scenic views of the Enderby Cliffs. As with the general area, there can sometimes be an earthy farm smell as you drive into the beach (through the farmers fields).
Tuey Park is often unaccessible early in the season due to high water levels in the spring. Water levels can get so high that the access road and parking lot are flooded and the beach is completely submerged. Current information, river conditions, and safe use guidelines are provided by the Shuswap River Ambassadors (https://www.facebook.com/EnderbyRA/).