Explore and celebrate the land. Discover rolling hills of orchards, vineyards, and natural landscapes, all blossoming with new inviting experiences.
Sitting on the edge of nature, West Kelowna, referred to as 'the Westside' by locals, is situated on the west side of Okanagan Lake, opposite the city of Kelowna. Here visitors can revel in charming farmgate operations, forested parks, miles of hiking trails, orchards and vineyards, and spectacular vistas. West Kelowna's Gellatly Bay area is perfect for strolling the waterfront walkway, building sandcastles, or ziplining into the clear, sparkling waters off the historic ferry docks.
Here you will also find wineries, architecture, artisans, First Nation heritage and sculptures, culinary delights, and familiar stores for convenient shopping. We invite you to take the road less travelled and discover West Kelowna's abundance of friendly charm, local treasures, and best-kept secrets.
What is there to see and do around West Kelowna? Tour the many wineries of the Westside Wine Trail or stop by a cider house or brewery. Visit the Westside Farm Loop for fresh produce. Take a self-guided tour through the century-old Gellatly Nut Farm. Enjoy 'Music in the Park' on most Friday nights in the summer. Do the Boucherie Rush Trail or go for a trail ride.
Kelowna is situated on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded tm̓xʷúlaʔxʷ (land) of the syilx/Okanagan people who have resided here since time immemorial