AAA Editor Notes
R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum is nearly 3 kilometres (2 mi.) e. on Hwy. 1, then just s. on Hwy. 97B. The village grew around the Haney House, built in 1910. Among the buildings in the community, all built in the early 20th century, are Salmon Arm's first gas station, a blacksmith shop, a Methodist church, a fire station and a schoolhouse.
In addition, the Beamish Building contains what is said to be Western Canada's largest collection of records and cylinders. A small museum, which changes displays every 2 years, focuses on local Shuswap history, and a 2-kilometre (1.2-mi.) nature walk, a tea house and a dinner theater also are on the property. Guided tours of the Haney House are available.
Picnicking is permitted. Food is available.