Celebrate Canada Day in Kelowna. The annual festival is held along the waterfront downtown to celebrate our Nation's birthday.
Exploring Kelowna on a winter day included urban cafés, chasing nearby waterfalls, and tasting local brews. We also discovered a few surprises, like the resident Bighorn Sheep and an indoor bocce court.
Explore the vast blue waters of Okanagan Lake. Stretching 135 km from Vernon to Penticton with Kelowna right in the middle, there's plenty of opportunities for kayaking, paddle boarding, boating, swimming, and just floating in the cool, fresh water.
Kelowna's downtown is a place of energy, events, dining, shopping, and beautiful lakeside views. The scenic urban downtown setting is just as stunning as viewing the city from a far.
Thursday, August 3, 2017 3:00 PM by Nic Collar
Sample and learn the craft of locally made wine, spirits, beer and cider on the Grapes to Grains Trail. This diverse tasting trail is open year-round and can be explored by foot, bicycle, long board, or vehicle.