10 Kelowna Attractions and Hotspots You Should Visit  

Kelowna Attractions
May21

10 Kelowna Attractions and Hotspots You Should Visit  

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There’s a lot to love about Kelowna. Here are some of our favourite Kelowna attractions, sites, and hot spots.   

The Beaches  

Kelowna boasts plenty of luscious sandy beaches along Okanagan Lake. You can visit Rotary Beach, Boyce-Gyro Beach, Hot Sands Beach, Strathcona Beach Park, and more. There’s even a dog-friendly beach down along Lakeshore Road by Cedar Creek Park.   

The Wineries   

The Okanagan Valley is known for its delicious wine—as well as the wineries that make them. Most wineries welcome guests to stop by for a tasting and learning session. Local wine tours will even coordinate transportation for your group between 4 or 5 wineries throughout one afternoon.   

The Parks  

Kelowna offers beachfront parks, off-leash dog parks, forested parks, playground parks—everything you could want when enjoying the outdoors for a day. Knox Mountain Park is great for hiking trails while Kelowna City Park has a waterpark and open-air summer market.   

UBC-O Campus   

UBC-O is surrounded by beautiful hilly landscape and lightly forested slopes. Students can study here, the public can attend events here, and visitors are free to wander the grounds and enjoy the sights and sounds.   

Kasugai Gardens   

Kasugai Gardens is a Japanese garden established in 1987 as a token of solidarity with Kelowna’s sister city Japan (Kasugai). The garden has lanterns, pathways, plants, trees, and a pond; unique elements include a bamboo fountain, picturesque bridges, and colourful Koi fish. The garden is definitely something unique amongst all the different Kelowna attractions. 

The Hiking Trails   

Kelowna has dozens and dozens of hiking trails available to the public, including those found on Knox Mountain and Crawford Falls. You can enjoy the trails year-round and also choose different hikes according to difficulty level to make sure your whole family can participate.   

The Golf Courses  

Despite being a bustling city, Kelowna makes space for plenty of expansive golf courses and golf clubs. Golf enthusiasts should check out Kelowna Springs Golf Club, Sunset Ranch Golf & Country Club, Black Mountain Golf Club. Okanagan Golf Club – Quail Course, and Two Eagles Golf Course & Academy.  

The Coffee Shops  

Kelowna has plenty of local coffee shops that serve and a community hub as well as provide delicious drinks and snacks. There are plenty to choose from but visitors can’t go wrong visiting one of Bean ScenePulp Fiction Coffee House, or Marmalade Cat Café (sorry, cats not included).   

The Summer Markets   

Kelowna has farmers’ markets and fresh fruit and vegetable stands galore. You can also visit City Park in the summertime to find an open-air market filled with jewelry, summer clothes, accessories, trinkets, and even entertainment acts like music or plays. 

La Casa Resort   

Big, sterile hotel chains are so blah. As a tourist hub, Kelowna offers visitors a broad choice of where they want to say. For example, a luxury lakeside vacation cottage with access to a pool, BBQs, outdoor seating, and firepits. Contact us at La Casa Cottages and ask about rental availability this summer.  

What do you love about Kelowna? Let us know when you visit using the hashtag #LaCasaCottages on Instagram and Facebook. 

 

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