Hot summer days + refreshing water = endless fun!
Stunning Okanagan Lake spans 110km (68 miles) from north (Vernon) to the south (Penticton). Kelowna sits just about half way and the east and west sides of the lake are connected by the wondrous 5-lane William R. Bennett Bridge. Okanagan Lake is welcoming and refreshing during the hot summer, but it also has its mysteries; tombs and lake creatures, hidden coves and isolated beaches. Speaking of beaches, there are about 30 in the area ranging in size and scope. Many are equipped with playgrounds, concessions and bathrooms.
Enjoy the lake from a stand up paddleboard (SUP) Houseboat, ski boats, personal water craft, sailboats, pedal-boats, charter, flyboard, pedal boat, kayaks and canoes - we have boats of every kind for water enthusiasts.
The lake is welcoming and refreshing but it also has it mysteries - tombs and hidden coves. Hike the Paul's Tomb trail near Knox Mountain and snorkel in the crystal clear water of the quiet, secluded bays.
If being in or on the lake isn't your thing, romantic lakeside patio dining or a leisurely boardwalk stroll is an equally enjoyable way to enjoy the lake while staying dry.