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Eagle View and Quail Flume Trails
Eagle View and Quail Flume trails are located just west of the Quail Ridge neighbourhood. Both trails travel through heavily forested Ponderosa pine forests and offer views of the Glenmore area.
Dilworth Mountain Park
Ready to take in some spectacular views? Dilworth Mountain Park boasts some of the best vantage points in the city, rising about 1,000 feet over the Okanagan Valley.
Kuipers Peak Mountain Park
Exceptional views and a great place to enjoy the outdoors. This 11 hectare park provides areas to hike, run and enjoy nature. Previously forested, the park was damaged in the 2003 Okanagan Mountain Park Fire.
Stockley Open Space
Tucked away in Black Mountain, Stockley Open Space is a true hidden gem! Enjoy a beautiful lookout of the valley and go for a walk on the looped trail at the top to get 360-degree views.
Ben Lee Park
Ben Lee Park includes a water park, accessible playground, skateboard park, basketball courts, trails and plenty of green space to have a picnic with the family.
Cedar Creek Park
Check out the biggest off-leash dog beach in Kelowna! Enjoy spectacular views of the mountains over Okanagan Lake and take a dip with your pooch to cool off on a hot summer’s day.
Within a quiet residential neighbourhood in Rutland lies Davie Park, a beautiful park adorned with trees, annual and perennial flowers.
Manhattan Beach Access
Escape the popular beach crowds find a quiet beach access point close to downtown. There is plenty of sand to get some beach time in and also grassy areas to picnic on.
Ponds Community Park
The Ponds Park & Trail offers over two kilometres of newly paved trail with excellent views of Okanagan Lake and the city. This trail is flat and accessible to everyone, including those on motorized scooters or in wheelchairs.
Quilchena Park is a family-friendly community park nestled in the Village of Kettle Valley. The park was rebuilt following the devastating Okanagan Mountain Park fire in 2003.
Rutland Lions Park
A beautiful open-air forest in the middle of the city! Sit or stroll among the ponderosa pine and douglas-fir trees and experience our urban forest. This park is the perfect place for family picnics and all the shade makes it great for getting your exercise on a sunny day.
Guisachan Heritage Park
Guisachan Heritage Park is a popular spot for tourists and weddings due to its lush flower beds and historical significance. The park and associated gardens have a very unique history as the land was previously owned by Lord and Lady Aberdeen.
Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery
Not only does this hidden gem offer some of the best preserved examples of cemetery heritage sites in the Province, it also provides the opportunity for passive recreational activities such as bird watching, walking and on-road cycling.
Knowles Heritage Park
This small but lush park in one of Kelowna’s oldest areas is a perfect little getaway. During the spring and summer months, stop and smell the roses, literally.