Truly a natural wonderland, Bear Creek Provincial Park is situated in the Central Okanagan Basin on the west side of Okanagan Lake. The park features lakeside camping, over 400 metres of sandy beaches and 5 km of spectacular, well-marked hiking trails. A picturesque canyon has been carved into the bedrock by Bear Creek tumbling onto a cottonwood-lined delta.
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.
Okanagan Ski Resorts For the skier or snowboarder who craves accessibility and simplicity there's nothing better than flying into hassle-free Kelowna International Airport. The nearby ski resorts (Big White and Silver Star are 45 minutes from Kelowna and Sun Peaks is 45 minutes from Kamloops airport) epitomize the bygone, laid-back ski resort experience.
Beach wheelchair available on-site at Okanagan Beach Rentals at no charge. Hours of operation are 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily, weather permitting. Find out about upcoming park improvements. Hours of operation are 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily, weather permitting. Find out about upcoming park improvements.
Combined with vineyard sites in Westbank, Oliver and Osoyoos, Ex Nihilo has over 90 acres of vines, allowing us to produce a range of distinctive and delicious Okanagan Valley wines. our method We believe that extraordinary wines are a product of the passion of those who make them and the unique traits of the land that they grow.
Nearby residents petitioned the Regional District of Central Okanagan to halt the rezoning application and convinced the Regional District to purchase the property to preserve it as a park. This group of residents formed the Gellatly Nut Farm Society (GNFS). The park opened to the public in September 2005.
Gellatly Nut Farm. Interactive Park Map. GPS-enabled Trail Map. How to Use GPS Maps. Tour This Park Map. Gellatly Nut Farm Regional Park is 4 hectares of a working heritage farm. The park is a significant and unique site because of the heritage components as well as the recreational, archaeological, and educational values.
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.
Don't let the price fool you; Gray Monk is an old hand in the BC Okanagan Valley... especially with the principal white varieties of Germany. Showing some of its age now, this wine has an inviting bouquet of apple, pear, a touch of petrol and star anise.
Located in the heart of Kelowna's Cultural District, the Kelowna Art Gallery is the leading public art gallery in the Central Okanagan and is among the most respected in Western Canada. Over 700 works comprise the Gallery’s permanent collection, most by contemporary Canadian artists, with a focus on BC and Okanagan artists.
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.
Regional Parks Interpretive Programs are available by donation for school and community groups who would like to learn about our local environment and cultural history. General Information: The park is open in spring, summer, and fall during daylight hours. The parking area is closed during the winter, providing limited access to the park.
KELOWNA – There’s a new way to access Mission Creek Greenway Regional Park. The Lakeshore Road entrance is now open after an over 6 month long trailhead closure. Work began on the new bridge over Mission Creek in late May, which is when the trailhead was closed.
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.
Reward your soul with an inspiring half-day trip to Myra Canyon. This highly-scenic portion of the Kettle Valley Railway (KVR) runs along a steep-walled canyon. Originally built by hand at the turn of the last century, this impressive landmark is highlighted by 2 tunnels and 18 trestle bridges that are too spectacular for words.
Myra Canyon Adventure Park offers climbing, slack lining, disk golf and more in a natural environment setting. Guests of all ages are challenged to explore, climb, swing, dangle, balance, hike and solve physical challenges on a variety of purpose-built elements and spaces.
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. Admission is by donation.
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.
The Thompson Okanagan region is in the fertile southern interior of British Columbia. It’s famous for its orchards, vineyards, grasslands and deserts. The history and culture of the Thompson Okanagan region is strongly tied to the land, known for its nutrient-rich growing soil.
The Okanagan Wine and Orchard Museum is ripening… Unearth the agricultural treasures that make our region unique at the Okanagan Wine and Orchard Museum. Vibrantly painted fruit crates, live bee hives and cherry pitting equipment are yours to explore.
2018 Pickleball events/tournaments at Parkinson Recreation Centre will take place June 2, 8 & 16, July 6-8. Public hours may be affected. Pop-Up Park & Play. Pop-up Park & Play will be at Parkinson Recreation Park on July 25 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Check the schedule.
A sip of wine with a nibble of chocolate. A guided tour and tasting in our private library. Perhaps a casual stroll through the vineyards to drink in the spectacular views or discover the perfect pairing for your favourite meal. There’s no end to what we’ve got to offer at Quails’ Gate. Come discover your perfect Okanagan moment.
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.