For those looking for a place to swim, to take a boat ride or to relax for a few days, South/ Central Okanagan has everything you need. With several parks situated right at the edge of Okanagan Lake, you are sure to find an ideal spot to fall in love with. There are numerous activities for the entire family including horseback riding, cycling, touring on land and water, rock climbing, wildlife and bird watching, and so much more.
Vaseux Lake Provincial Park is a popular roadside campground that provides excellent fishing opportunities for bass, trout and carp. This park boasts beautiful lakeside sites. It is conveniently located on Highway 97 between OK Falls and Oliver. It is minutes away from amenities and popular tourist spots. Viewing platforms at Vaseux Wildlife Centre offer excellent…
Beautiful rugged beaches and secluded bays are tucked along 33 km of unspoiled shoreline, with rustic campsites at various points. Note this is an area of the 2003 forest fires; trails re-opened in 2005. Vehicle parking available at north & south boundaries of park. Camping fees apply at marine sites. All camping is user maintained….
Located on Okanagan Lake, these parks are a perfect spot for swimming and water activities. A 1 km trail lakeside connects the 2 campgrounds. North Park open from May 14 to September 20. South Park open from March 27 to October 12. Winter rates apply from October 15 to late November. Reservations are strongly advised…
Bird watching & nature viewing are popular as well as bat viewing at twilight. The campground is nestled between the foothills of Mt. McLielan and the Okanagan River. Firewood is available for sale. Open from April 1 to mid October (weather dependent). Dates are subject to change.
Inkaneep Provincial Park is nestled in tall riverside cottonwoods in a residential area. This park offers wonderful bird watching opportunities. Park users should use caution when hiking around this park; poison ivy is abundant in this area. The park is conveniently located just outside of the town of Oliver. Open late May through mid-September.
Surrounded by warm water and sandy beaches, haynes Point is a popular destination area in the Okanagan Valley. The park has 80 metres of boardwalk and a viewing platform overlooking a natural marsh. There is a 7 day maximum stay, and reservations are highly recommended from June – September. Firewood is available for sale. Open…
The park offers lakeside camping, over 400 metres of sandy beach, and 5 km of hiking trails in the canyon. Reservations are strongly advised during peak season. Firewood and ice is available for sale. Debit, Credit, Cash are accepted. Open from March 27 to October 12. Check website for updates.