Okanagan Wine Country: Places to Explore

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  • Kelowna

    The largest community in the Okanagan Valley, with a regional population of more than 180,000, Kelowna makes a good base for exploring the region's beaches, ski hills, wineries, and numerous golf courses... Read more

  • Oliver and Osoyoos

    South of Penticton, between the southern tip of Lake Okanagan and the U.S. border, Highway 97 passes through the country's only desert and runs along a chain of lakes: Skaha, Vaseaux, and Osoyoos. With... Read more

  • Penticton and Naramata

    With its long, sandy beach backed by motels and cruising pickup trucks, Penticton is all about nostalgia-inducing family-vacations. But drive through the city center to the east side of Okanagan Lake and... Read more

  • Summerland and Peachland

    Between Kelowna and Penticton, Highway 97 winds along the west side of Okanagan Lake, past vineyards, orchards, fruit stands, beaches, picnic sites, and some of the region's prettiest lake and hill scenery... Read more

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