Lake Country Travel Guides
Lake Country Travel Guide
Lake Country is the collective name given to the beautiful communities of Okanagan Centre, Oyama, Carr’s Landing, and Winfield. It was incorporated in 1995. It is located in the Okanagan Valley region of British Columbia and is also part of the Central Okanagan Regional District, and of the Kelowna Metropolitan area. As the name implies, there are a number of lakes found in the vicinity of Lake Country, including Okanagan Lake which borders the western boundary of the municipality, Wood Lake situated between Oyama and Winfield, and the southern-most portion of Kalamalka Lake or Kal Lake located south of Vernon. ... read more
Kalamalka Lake Travel Guide
- Beautiful undefiled Kalamaka Lake stretches about 20km from Vernon to Oyama, in the Central Interior of British Columbia. This colorful lake has many beaches, coves and bays; a perfect refuge from the summer's heat. Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park is 890 hectares of grassland dotted with ponderosa pine and groves of Douglas fir. This park is located just outside Vernon's city limits and is popular for mountain biking, jogging or rock climbing (at the nearby Cougar Canyon).
Cliff jumping at Rattle Snake Point in Kal Park is a popular way to experience an adrenaline rush. ... read more
Wood Lake Travel Guide
- Wood Lake is located in the aptly named area of 'Lake Country', in the Okanagan Valley in British Columbia. It is south of Vernon, in the Winfield district of Lake Country, and a 25 minute drive north of Kelowna. The area averages 2,000 hours of sunshine annually, and the locally grown fruits are bountiful. The Okanagan Valley is famous for its long, hot, dry summers. ... read more