Penticton Parks & Gardens
Located on the east side of Okanagan Lake between Penticton and Kelowna is Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park. 23 kms of rugged hiking trails. Backcountry/walk-in camping only. 7 marine sites accessible by boat only. Beautiful rugged beaches and secluded bays are tucked along 33 kms of unspoiled shoreline, with rustic campsites at various points. Numerous activities are offered here throughout the year, including ice fishing and snow shoeing in winter, and hiking, swimming, and fishing in the summer.
Home to three beaches on Lake Okanagan, Kickininee, Pyramid and Soorimpt, this provincial park is very popular on hot summer days. Each of the sandy beaches includes picnic areas as well as flush and pit toilets, and Soorimpt also features a boat launch. Visitors can boat, swim, snorkel and more. Camping is not permitted at the park.
Maintained by the En'owkin Centre, these conservation lands are located on the boarder of Penticton city limits. Home to a wide variety of red-listed plants and animals, the En'owkin Centre offers educational guided tours through this natural wonderland.
Located alongside the Penticton Channel, Riverside Park features a rose garden and offers bumper cars, mini golf and access to the channel. There are also picnic areas and walking trails onsite.
Rotary Park is landmarked by the giant peach concession. It is a popular venue for special events including midways, fireworks and sporting events.
Skaha Lake Park
Walk the beachfront promenade or play a game of beach volleyball at this waterfront park. Visitors can take advantage of picnic tables, ball diamonds and ball courts plus a large sandy beach close by.