Bertram Creek Regional Park is 17.9 hectares along the shore of Okanagan Lake. Although the park was seriously damaged by the Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park forest fire in the summer of 2003, recovery and reclamation efforts were conducted in Spring 2004.
The Cultural District was developed in what was once the center of the Okanagan's historical Fruit Packing Industry. Through the dedication of the arts community, municipal leadership, strong community planning and major investments, the Cultural District has become the hub of Kelowna’s artistic and cultural activity.
Glen Canyon Regional Park is 74-hectares of land left in its natural state and for conservation of the unique Okanagan ecosystems within. It follows the flow of Powers Creek into Okanagan Lake. The trail is not yet continuous, please respect private property.
About Gray Monk Estate Winery From the heart of British Columbia's Okanagan Valley, the Heiss family welcomes you to their Estate Winery. GRAY MONK was established in 1972 by George and Trudy Heiss. Today, they own and maintain over 75 acres of lush vineyards overlooking Okanagan Lake and source premium grapes throughout the Okanagan Valley, to produce some of the world's finest wines.
KALAMOIR REGIONAL PARK. Distance/Duration: 1-3 km loops/1-2 hrs. Elevation Gain: 200 metres. Difficulty Level: moderate/difficult (hillside trails) GPS: 49.851286, -119.544526. Kalamoir Regional Park Map. Access Points: There are four different access points, depending on the trail you would like to take.
The garden was completed in 1987 to demonstrate the friendship and union between Kelowna and its sister city in Kasugai, Japan. The park integrates traditional elements notable in Japanese gardens, such as stone lanterns, pine trees, waterfalls and a pond stocked with Koi. It is a beautiful integration of stone, pathways, plants and water. Kasugai Gardens is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Throughout the summer months the gardens will be open until 8 p.m.
The Kelowna Art Gallery is now an official location where the Cultural Access Pass card can be validated for new Canadian Citizens. The Kelowna Art Gallery gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance of City of Kelowna, Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, Province of British Columbia, Central Okanagan Public Schools, Central Okanagan Foundation, and our members, donors, and sponsors.
Knox Mountain Park is the City of Kelowna’s largest Natural Area Park. The park is 310 hectares (766 acres) in size and is located immediately north of Kelowna’s downtown. The park is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Knox Mountain Drive opens in the spring and closes in the fall.
buy wine online our wines As one of British Columbia’s premier wineries, Mt. Boucherie offers a full portfolio of varietal wines and small lots reserve vintages, sourced from our estate vineyards in the Okanagan Valley, Golden Mile Bench and Similkameen Valley.
Hike the trestles and tunnels of Myra Canyon Park, a scenic Provincial Park on the outskirts of the city. The historic wooden trestle bridges of the canyon are remnants of the turn-of-the-century Kettle Valley Railway, which you can explore by foot or bike.
Meet some individuals from Kelowna’s past and present, and be inspired by the Central Okanagan Sports Hall of Fame. Check the link below to learn about our latest special exhibition! This museum is also home to two important facilities: the Kelowna Public Archives and the Ursula Surtees Regional Conservation Laboratory.
The Okanagan Military Museum is devoted to the preservation and greater awareness of Okanagan military heritage, and reveals how locals contributed to events on the world stage. Join us for the November lecture series, for Remembrance Day, and for school, family, and group programs all year.
Learn about the rich history of the Okanagan wine industry by visiting The Okanagan Wine and Orchard Museum. Located inside the Laurel Packinghouse on Ellis street, admission is by donation. Located inside the Laurel Packinghouse on Ellis street, admission is by donation.
Moderate hikes worth viewing the town of Kelowna and Okanagan Lake I went on a cold morning in hopes of getting some sunrise shots of the town of Kelowna. Though the sun wasn`t in my favour, but the wide views of the landscape from this friendly mountain is worth mentioning.
Sandhill Annual Summer Open House Saturday, June 16th 10AM - 6PM Enjoy complimentary tastings of featured wines with Winemaker Sandy Leier. Enjoy delicious food by Olivia's Oils, Cob's Bread and Karat Chocolate. Local vendors Lavender & Grace Jewelry and Botank Beauty will be on site.
Stephens Coyote Ridge Regional Park contains 102 hectares of beautiful natural area including ponds and grasslands. It is largely untouched by weeds and is pristine habitat for wildlife, including coyotes who live in the park as the name suggests.
Stuart Park features many events throughout the year and is a highly sought after venue for many events that take place in the city. On Wednesday evenings in the summer months (July/August), Stuart Park becomes an outdoor dance floor. Visit kelowna.ca/recreation for more information.
Located in the city centre on Water Street next to the Grand Hotel, Waterfront Park is equipped with a concession stand and washroom facilities. Winding along the lakeshore, this park has a broad boardwalk that meanders along the waters edge all the way to City Park.
All of our Wibit water parks are attended to by trained staff to ensure a professional, safe, and fun environment. Additionally life jackets are mandatory for all ages and swimming ability. Additionally life jackets are mandatory for all ages and swimming ability.