Things To Do In Lower Mission Kelowna

Things To Do In Lower Mission Kelowna

Things to Do in Lower Mission Kelowna BC

Four Season Playground of Things To Do

Kelowna is truly a four season play ground and people from all over the world travel to this destination in the summer for Lake Okanagan and the amazing golf courses and in the winter for the dry powder snow. The friendly community atmosphere attracts families and seniors alike. If you are considering a vacation or a permanent move do not miss coming to see our city.

Golfing – Enjoy golfing for all ages on the putting greens or on the course. Book golfing tours through some of the local hotels or online booking companies.  Ask for a recommendation of courses that meet your interests such as  Kelowna Gold and Country Club, Sunset Ranch, Kelowna Springs, Gallagher’s or Harvest Gold Course.

Wine Tours– There are over 30 wineries and growing in and around the area, Book a Wine Tour or Caravan on your own. I recommend Summerhill Winery, Cedar Creek Winery, St Hubertus, House of Rose, Mission Hill and some of the small family  wine shops. This is a fun day to share with friends and taste some of Okanagan’s greatest vintages in white, red or sparkling.

Okanagan Lake – Something for everyone starting with the warm sandy beaches. Try renting a sail boat or a paddle board both are great exercise and allow you to enjoy the scenic views and fresh air. Or if you are a little more adventurous try wakeboarding, tubing or jet skiing. For swimmers there are a couple of long distance swims in the summer such as The Across the Lake Swim from West Kelowna over to City Park  and then there is the advanced Rattle Snake Swim from Rattle Snake Island to Peachland.

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Biking– Everyday along the roads you will find enthusiastic bikers on road touring bikes or trail bikes traveling in singles or in packs climbing the hills and peddling past the orchards, vineyards and farms. If you are interested in finding someone to ride with call one of the local bike shops and see what groups are available. It is nice to ride with some people who know the territory and roads.

Running– <a href=”http://www.tourismkelowna.com/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>Kelowna</a> hosts a few events during the year such as the Okanagan International Marathon, The Santa Claus Run, the Pub Run etc. Call the running stores and see what races are in the near future and what groups gather for a friendly run around the city.

Hiking– Something just about everyone can enjoy at their own pace. From the city center travel North to Knox Mountain, you can park at the foot of the mountain of drive up and catch some fantastic views of the city, Okanagan Lake and the hills. There is also a 2 Klm hike along the lake to Paul’s Tomb on a gentle rolling path, a great place to bring a lunch and jump in the lake for a swim.

Farmers Market– During the summer there is a Farmers Market a couple of times a week close to Orchard Park Mall. As well along some of the roads local farmers will sell produce from their farms. Great to pick up fresh produce daily from the locals.

Skiing– Big White, Crystal , and Silver Star Mountain all at your finger tips with fabulous fluffy show for down hill or cross country skiing.

H20 Sports Center– located in Lower Mission Kelowna Enjoy one of the few 50 competitive pools in BC. Fun for the whole family with a wave pool, kids water park, water slides  and  surfing for the bravest. H20 also has a large gym and regular yoga and spin classes.

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Kasugai Japanese Garden-Only open in the summer time and a favorite place for graduation and wedding photos. Beautiful gardens and fish ponds

Father Pandosy Mission– Located on Benvoulin this is the original settlement in 1850’s for Father Pandosy. Visit and view some of our history and the type of homes built by the first settlers.

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