Kelowna Vacation Guide
Welcome to Kelowna!
Few cities in the Thompson-Okanagan can compare to Kelowna. With its feast of recreational activities and a full palate of cultural offerings, Kelowna is the destination with the largest buffet of choices. As a result of its location along the eastern edge of Okanagan Lake, in south central British Columbia, the city has numerous great beaches and endless water recreation. Courses such as Gallagher's Canyon and Kelowna Springs Golf Course will entice golfers to grab that five iron and explore these or one of the city's dozen golf courses, some of which are among the upper crust in the country. Whether houseboating down Lake Okanagan, touring wineries like Calona, Quails' Gate and Summerhill, visiting galleries and museums such as Kelowna Art Gallery and the B.C. Orchard Industry Museum, checking out restaurants & bars or exploring a landscape covered in orchards as far as the eye can see, visitors to Kelowna will have their cake and eat it too.
The largest of a chain of five lakes in the Thompson-Okanagan region, Lake Okanagan supports a variety of activities from houseboating to waterskiing.
Hotels & Motels
La Casa Cottage Resort is located on the shore of Lake Okanagan and offers cozy cottages that accommodate up to six guests.
Serving golf, wine and snow enthusiasts in British Columbia since 1999, Discover Okanagan Tours offers Golf Packages, Wine Tours or Resort Shuttles in Central Okanagan.
Current & Upcoming Events [ View All ]
Looking for something to do in Kelowna? Check out these current and upcoming events. If you know of an event that is not listed in the travel guide, please feel free to add an event listing (it's free).
- Hockey Night In Canada Play On! Kelowna
May 25 to May 26 » Prospera Place
- Capital One Race for Kids
Jun 01 » Kelowna
- Annual Kelowna Folkfest Celebrations
Jul 01 » Prospera Place
- Okanagan Summer Wine Festival
Jul 06 to Jul 14 » Penticton Trade & Convention Centre
- Penticton Dragon Boat Festival
Sep 07 to Sep 08 » Okanagan Lake
- Rip Van Finn
Oct 20 » Kelowna Community Theatre