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We found great results, but some are outside West Kelowna. Showing results in neighbouring cities.
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Lake Okanagan Kelowna 3.5 km away
#3 of 30 Nature & Parks in Kelowna
... really covers family, kids,couples etc. this lake will be a treasure trove for naturalists with its nature reserves, bird watchers , fisherman, water sport enthusiasts, and those who truly appreciate nature's ...
Hiking and biking are possible along parts of the lakeshore through the municipal beach parks as well as miles of beautiful trails in the Mission Creek Greenway in Kelowna.
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Kasugai Japanese Garden Kelowna 3.9 km away
#5 of 30 Nature & Parks in Kelowna
Very peaceful place, great spot to relax, and take your wife :) Plants and nature is awesome.
I was delighted to be able to go and visit kasugai park today in downtown Kelowna, the moment you walk in you can already feel yourself relaxing.
Waterfront Park Kelowna 4.2 km away
#6 of 30 Nature & Parks in Kelowna
Enjoyed the waterfront views and the hills/mountains across the lake, the bridge connecting Kelowna to West Kelowna -- the park is immaculate and very well maintained.
Because we were staying near the Waterfront Park path we walked it every morning and evening, enjoying the boaters, ducks, herons, swimmers, flowers and other walkers, joggers, etc.
Knox Mountain Park Kelowna 5.4 km away
#2 of 30 Nature & Parks in Kelowna
Close to downtown with great hiking and biking trails, Knox Mountain Park is a must visit for people wanting a great cardio workout with a spectacular view of the city!
Right near the heart of downtown Kelowna is this gem right in nature, showcasing Kelowna's best city, lake, and mountain views all in one!
City Park Kelowna 3.3 km away
#7 of 30 Nature & Parks in Kelowna
Nice walking trails, biking trails, water park for kids, picnic tables and the marina is nearby or just enjoy the beautiful scenery on the lake and take in the summer free entertainment and buskers.
That beautiful park has real style, beautiful groomed pathways, local art displays, pianos for anyone to make music, waterparks for kids, wetlands for birds, localized food trucks, small outdoor concert for local...
Gyro Beach Kelowna 4.7 km away
#8 of 30 Nature & Parks in Kelowna
This small but perfectly maintained park and beach preserves access to 1,000 feet (305 meters) of beach in the Lower Mission neighborhood of Kelowna where the lakeshore is lined with multi-million dollar homes.
There are also several commercial establishment such as drug stores and grocery stores within walking distance of the park, making it easy to purchase sunscreen or go out for lunch for awhile - being able to quick...
#1 of 9 Nature & Parks in West Kelowna
One of the nicest parks just off the bridge westside.Very scenic, nice lake area with plenty of trails, fresh coffee at the main desk every morning.On my short walk there saw lots of berries and beautiful vegetati...
Great park for camping (if you can get a spot...........plan way ahead), beach for the day or hiking up the waterfall across from the park.
Mission Creek Regional Park Kelowna 8.6 km away
#4 of 30 Nature & Parks in Kelowna
Excellent park with a variety of walking and hiking trails, there are flat trails that go along the water, or you can take dirt trails up into the hills, there are stair climbing options, lots of beautiful paths.
The park has excellent picnic sites, playgrounds, the ECCO centre and a beautiful trail that runs along the Mission Creek.
Downtown Marina Kelowna Kelowna 3.7 km away
#11 of 30 Nature & Parks in Kelowna
My walk along the Marina and through the Park and along the water front is always an enjoyable part of my day.
It has a great board walk to Delta Hotel and city park.
#2 of 9 Nature & Parks in West Kelowna
The walk, the beach, the wharf, the dog park and the park constructed by the Aboriginal peoples for the public is great with benches, picnic tables, and washrooms.
Also it's a nice walk through the Park to a wonderful private beach.