Meet @karen_miller8, last week’s guestgrammer, and #exploreKelowna along with her.

Kayaking the Okanagan Centre

"Kayaking in Okanagan Centre with a view of Spion Kop is a great way to unwind on a peaceful evening."

Oyama Lookout

"View of the Oyama isthmus taken from a place locals call the “Oyama Lookout”. Located approx. 7km up Oyama Lake Road, a 4x4 type forestry road on route to the rustic Oyama Lake Wilderness Fishing Resort in Lake Country." 

Lake Country Sunset

"The sunset over Okanagan Lake from Lake Country's historical Okanagan Centre waterfront in Lake Country is stunning!"

 Turquoise Kalamalka Lake

"The turquoise colours of Kalamalka Lake are stunning below the rows of fruit trees in Oyama. Photo taken from Greenhow Rd above Kaloya Regional Park in Lake Country."

Blossom around Ancient Hill Winery 

"Love these blossoms around an old fence at the front of Ancient Hills Winery included in the @scenicsip Wine Route from north Kelowna through Lake Country."

Kayaking Okanagan Lake  

"Sunshine and the calm waters of Okanagan Lake make every paddling experience memorable. "
Lakeside Sunet

"Evening colours captured on this lakeside walk along the greenspace trail in Okanagan Centre." 

Below are a few bonus images not featured on Tourism Kelowna's Instagram!

Lake Country Fishing

"You know you’ve got a bucket-list moment when you got a private spot and the peaceful solitude of fishing from a portion of rocky shoreline along Okanagan Lake in Lake Country."

Picked Grapes at Gray Monk Winery

"Grape harvest is one of my favourite times of the year. I love to see the red bins overflowing with freshly picked grapes. Between the vineyard rows at Gray Monk Estate Winery."

About @karen_miller8

I'm an avid kayaker, resident of Lake Country, and Manager of Communications for the beautiful district municipality I call home.

#exploreKelowna through a local’s lens.

It’s clear – locals love getting out and doing things in Kelowna. Tourism Kelowna’s guest instagrammer program shares the many sides of Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley, as well as insider tips, right from our locals that love living here!