Sports & Activities

Kelowna is situated on beautiful Okanagan Lake and sits in close proximity to the world renowned Big White and Silver Star Ski resorts. No matter the type of sports you enjoy, from water, beach and fields sports in the summer, to snow, ice and indoor activities in the winter, there’s something for everyone. It’s a little piece of paradise for those who like to stay active and continually try new things. No matter your activity level, rest assured you will find something that fits with your skill level and personality. When it comes to sports and activities, Kelowna has it all!


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Wineries, Farms and Orchards

When you peak around the corners while driving along HWY 97 you are presented with a mesmerizing picture of bountiful wineries, beautiful farms and colorful orchards unlike anything you’ve ever seen. They are landscapes that will capture your heart and remain within your soul.

This is Kelowna! An oasis of diverse landscapes that provide stunning imagery and even more amazing smells and tastes. Sip world famous wines, bite into a diversity of luscious fruit or devour local farm to table vegetables, it’s all available within the amazing Okanagan Valley.

This is Kelowna, a bountiful paradise filled with the amazing sights and sounds of a world class haven that is yours to explore and enjoy.


Why so many love to live here

The Okanagan lifestyle is a way of life – filled with adventure and any activity you could dream
of with our natural landscape.


Unofficially known as the food capital of BC. Find everything you need from local farms and orchardists.


Hot summers with plenty of sun and temperate winters. No -25 here, can it get any better?


What better way to see Kelowna that from the top of a mountain. An abundance of parks and hiking trails offer countless memorable journeys.


World renowned wineries sit within the hills of the valley, offering amazing views and savoury and succulent wines.


Kelowna offers big city amenities without the busyness of a large metropolis. The growing community offers a very diverse population from families, young professionals and is a popular relocation community for new and established retirees. A laid back lifestyle and continued opportunities of personal and professional growth continue to attract home buyers from across Canada and around the World.

  • Kelowna is home to more than 127,500 people.
  • The Central Okanagan Regional District has a population of 198,344.
  • Kelowna encompasses 214 km2 of land and 48 km2 of water area.
  • Kelowna is 344 metres (1,129 feet) above sea level.
  • Okanagan Lake is 110 km long.
  • The average daytime high during July and August is 27.4 C.
  • The average daytime high during December and January is -0.3 C. The average low is -7.7 C.
  • Kelowna receives over 2,000 hours of sunshine annually and 28 cm of rain.