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Thompson Okanagan
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  Thompson Okanagan
Thompson Okanagan
Located in central British Columbia, one of the world's most beautiful and pristine places. The Thompson area, is known as High Country and the Okanagan Valley is BC's fruit and wine country. This region offers wonderful sites to see and activities to do. A land of bountiful vineyards, warm crystal lakes, historic gold-mining towns, rushing rivers, deep winter snow, high mountain peaks, orchards laden with peaches and cherries, beautiful hills, green grasslands, fertile valleys and steep-walled canyons. From Valemount in the north to Osoyoos in the south and Spences Bridge in the west to Malakwa in the east. Along with hundreds of lakes combined with one of the finest weather in BC makes the Okanagan Valley an excellent vacation destination, whether going houseboating on the Shuswap, river-rafting on the Thompson or taking a winery tour in the Okanagan. Come visit us, there's something special for everyone!
Driving Directions

Armstrong: Located 23 km (14 mi) north of Vernon, on Hwy 97A, with a population of 3,900, is home to the Village Cheese Factory and tours are available . Visit the Caravan Farm Theatre featuring actors in plays held right in the farm. Enjoy golfing, skiing, fishing, horseback riding, swimming and hiking. Armstrong offers accommodation facilities and fine dining.
Ashcroft: Located 43 km (27 mi) north of Spences Bridge, on Hwy 1. Visit the museum and learn more about Gold Country's history. Book in a guest ranch and enjoy horseback riding. Enjoy fishing, swimming, and hiking around the area. Ashcroft offers accommodations, restaurants and all amenities.
Barriere: Located 63 km (39 mi) north of Kamloops, on Hwy 5, in the North Thompson Valley. While in Barriere: - go fihing, golfking, hiking, swiming, skiing, horseback riding. Barriere provides visitors with accomodations, restaurants, a pub, service stations, grocery stores, a golf course and bank facilities.
Blue River: Located 100 km (62 mi) north of Clearwater, on Hwy 5, Blue River offers excellent outdoor adventures: - fishing, biking, hiking, heli-fishing, heli-skiing, heli-picnic, heli-sightseeing, horseback riding, boating, canoeing, and camping. Blue River offers a wide variety of accommodations from campsites to resorts, stores and excellent dining. Visit the Murtle Lake and gaze at the beautiful turquoise color of its waters.
Cache Creek: Located 50 km (31 nu) north of Spences Bridge, on Hwy 1; 350 km (217 mi) east of Vancouver, and 84 km (52 mi) west of Kamloops, on Hwy 1 and 97. Lumber, mill and tourism are the main industries of the community. The town is steeped in Cariboo history and is located on the old Cariboo Wagon Road. This town was a stopping place for miners gathering supplies before heading farther north to the gold fields. Stroll around its original restored buildings. Visit Hat Creek Ranch and go back in time. Cache Creek offers accommodations and fine dining.
Cawston: Not far from Keremeos is the town of Cawston, where you can enjoy seeing historical farm equipment and one of the area's oldest apple trees. Cawston belong to the historic ranching and gold mining region called Similkameen.
Chase: Located 56 km (35 mi) east of Kamloops, on Hwy 1, with a population of 2,500, Chase is the gateway to the North Shuswap. Chase is a small community with lots to offer: - enjoy fishing, swimming, water skiing, river rafting, boating, golfing, hiking, camping, picnicking, mountain biking and salmon watching. Visit the Roderick Haig-Brown Park to view the natural spectacle of the Adams River Sockeye Salmon run. Visit the Chase Creek Falls and view amazing waterfalls. Visit the Niskonlith Lake Provincial Park, and drive along the 8 km on a gravel road, west from Chase, for canoeing, fishing, swimming, and gravel boat launch.
Cherryville: Located 22 Km (14 mi) east of Lumby, on Hwy 6. While in Cherryville: - enjoy golfing, bird watching, fishing, gold panning, skiing, and hiking trails. Participate in an old mine tour. Cherryville offers accommodation and fine dining, as well as shops and all amenities.
Chrstina Lake: Situated 27 km (17 mi) east of Grand Forks, on Hwy 3. Christina offers challenging and excellent outdoor adventures: - swimming, fishing, golfing, boating, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, and mountain biking. Enjoy hiking the Granby Trail and Christina Creek Trail; and for a two day mountain biking or hiking trip, head to the Christina Crestline Trail. Gaze at the 500 year old cedar tree in the area. View spawning Kokanee in the summer. Some of the most popular spots for fishing includes: Boundary Creek, Williamson Lake and Jewel Lake. In the winter, Pheonix Ski Area is the perfect place for snow sports including skiing and riding. Visit Gladstone Provincial Park located on the east side of Christina Lake and enjoy swimming and sunbathing. Christina Lake offers full accommodations and all other amenities.
Clearwater/Wells Gray: Located 30 km (19 mi) north of Little Fort, on Hwy 5, and 125 km (78 mi) north of Kamloops, is the access point to Wells Gray Provincial Park, the fourth largest park in BC, known as "the waterfall park" for its spectacular waterfalls, glacier-fed lakes, canyons, forest and numerous plant and wildlife species. Here lies Helmcken Falls, a waterfall higher than Niagara, also worth viewing are Spahats Falls and Dawson Falls. While in Clearwater: - enjoy golfing, picnicking, swimming, canoeing, hiking and fishing in lakes and rivers. Clearwater offers full service accommodations, as well as stores and restaurants.
Enderby: Located 13 km (8 mi) north of Armstrong, on Hwy 97A. Farming is the main industry of the community. Visit Enderby's local museum and learn about the history of the Shuswap Natives. Tour the trout and fallow deer farm. Hike up the Enderby Cliffs. Enjoy golfing, skiing, fishing, horseback riding, swimming and hiking. Enderby offers accommodation facilities and restaurants.
Falkland: Located 42 km (26 mi) west of Vernon, on Hwy 97. In Falkland there's plenty to do: mountain biking, hiking, horseback riding, boating, swimming, fishing... just to mention a few. Falkland offers accommodations and restaurants.
Grand Forks: Located 35 km (22 mi) east of Greenwood, on Hwy 3, with a population of 4,200 residents. Grand Forks offers plenty of outdoor adventures: - swimming, fishing, golfing, boating, hiking, canoeing and mountain biking. Visit the Grand Forks Municipal Park and enjoy its river sandy beaches, swimming and playground. Stroll around the city and gaze at the numerous heritage buildings. The first settlers were Doukhobors from Russia, visit the Doukhobor Museum at Hardy Mountain to learn about their influence in the community. Browse through the art galleries. Grand Forks offers full accommodations and all other services.
Greenwood: Located 13 km (8 mi) east of Midway, on Hwy 3, and 85 km (53 mi) east of Osoyoos. Visit the Boundary Creek Provincial Park & the Jewel Lake Provincial Park and enjoy boating, swimming, fishing and relaxing. Greenwood offers accommodations and all amenities.
Hedley: Located 40 km (25 mi) east of Princeton, on Hwy 3, just west of Keremeos, along the old route to the coast. Hedley offers many outdoor opportunities: - fishing, hiking, gold panning, rock hounding, camping, canoeing, kayaking, snowmobking, horseback riding and biking. Explore the old abandoned mining sites dating back to the gold rush era of the late 1800s. Stroll Stemwinder Provincial Park and go fishing, boating and swimming. Hedley offers accommodations and all amenities.
Kamloops: Located 80 km (50 mi) east of Cache Creek, on Hwy 1; 355 km (220 mi) east of Vancouver, on Hwy 5; and 357 km (223 mi) west of Golden, on Hwy 1. Kamloops is the heart of the Thompson. The surrounding countryside is a combination of dry forests, grasslands and desert hills. Kamloops is known as "the meeting place", where the North and South Thompson Rivers meet. Kamloops offers a great variety of outdoor adventures: - mountain biking, hiking, roller blading, horseback riding, boating, swimming, fishing and snow sports such as cross-country and downhill skiing, ice skating, and hockey. Enjoy playing golf on any of its four golf courses. Visit the British Columbia Wildlife Park and enjoy seeing the numerous animals, or the Nicola Valley in the south, or the many lakes and rivers for fishing in the area. Stroll through the Secwepemc Native Heritage Park. Browse through the Kamloops Museum and go back in time. Kamloops offers a wide variety of accommodations, shopping and fine dining.
Kelowna: Located 60 km (37 mi) north of Penticton, on Hwy 97, with a population of nearly 76,000 residents, Kelowna is the region's largest city and is situated in the Central Okanagan. Throughout the city you will find many orchards and vineyards. Visit the BC Orchard Industry Museum and learn about the area's history. Also visit The Wine Museum, which is in the same heritage building. Browse through other historical sites such as: - Father Pandosy's Mission, Guisachan Heritage Park, and Benvoulin Church. Explore the canyons at Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park. Ride or hike the wooden trestle bridges along the abondoned Kettle Valley Railway. Go boating, seadooing, canoeing or houseboating on Okanagan Lake. Enjoy horseback riding at local ranches and golfing at any of the numerous golfing courses. Go to Big White Ski Resort, BC's second largest ski resort, and try the best champagne powder snow in the world. Kelowna offers a wide variety of accommodations, restaurant, shopping and great entertainment.
Keremeos: Located 29 km (18 mi) east of Hedley, on Hwy 3, and 67 km (42 mi) west of Princeton. Keremeos belongs to the historic ranching and gold mining region called Similkameen. The town offers a wide variety of outdoor adventures: - fishing, camping, wildlife & bird watching, landscaped lawns & gardens, large shaded trees, hiking, biking, mountain biking, and more. Visit Cathedral Provincial Park and discover the wilderness backcountry walk-in sites, biking trails, wilderness hiking trails, fishing, camping, mountaineering, and many winter activities. Go kayaking and canoeing on the Similkameen River. The city is known as "The Fruit Stand Capital of Canada", so drive around and browse through the 25 fruit and vegetable stands. Visit the Grist Mill & Gardens and watch old time grain grinding demostrations. Walk the South Similkameen Museum and Western Heritage Museum and gaze at the artifacts and archival images. Stroll around the mini-park and local market in Keremeos. The city offers accommodations and all amenities.
Lake Country: Dip down along the water's edge in Lake Country to see the lakeside view of vineyards and orchards. Take a tour of Gray Monk Estate Winery and enjoy tasting their wines.
Little Fort: Located 32 km (20 mi) north of Barriere, on Hwy 5, offers visitors accommodations, restaurants, pub, service stations, shopping, and shops. Here you may cross the North Thompson River via ferry. Guest ranches and fishing resorts resides around Little Fort.
Little Shuswap Lake: Known as "The Houseboat Capital of Canada" is a popular destination for swimmers, waterskiers, fishermen, nature lovers and boaters alike with it's 1000 km (620 miles) of beautiful shoreline, sandy beaches and marine parks. There are eight park offering camping sites on the lake's four Arms. These include the communities of Salmon Arm, Sicamous, Sorrento and Armstrong. Access to the lake is via the TransCanada Highway 1 in BC's High Country region.
Logan Lake: A community of 2,600, located 42 km (26 mi) north of Merritt, off Hwy 5, and 60 km (37 mi) southwest of Kamloops (take exit 336 from Hwy 1). This is a community that was created to service the copper mines found just 15 km to the west. Today, this thriving community has become a summer destination point because of its beauty and to the many recreational lakes and trails in the area. While in Logan Lake: - enjoy boating, fly-fishing, hiking, biking, hunting, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling and curling. Visit Logan Lake and see North America's largest open pit copper mine. Visit The Tunkwa Lake Provincial Park and enjoy its recreational facilities. Logan Lake offers accommodations and all amenities.
Lumby: Located 25 km (16 mi) east of Vernon, on Hwy 6, on the edge of the scenic Okanagan, is The Monashee area encompassing Lumby, Cherryville and Mabel Lake. Since the 1960's, artists have congregated in this inspiring land and have retained the independence and the expression of the culture here. If it is back to nature you are looking for, visit Lumby... The Trail Capital of Canada. Located southeast of Lumby is the Echo Valley Provincial Park. Spend some time at Echo and return home refreshed and invigorated. Enjoy fishing, boating, swimming, water-skiing and horseback riding. Ice fishing and cross-country skiing are popular in wintertime. There are no public camping facilities in Echo Lake Provincial Park, however there is a large group campground, cabins, and campsites at Echo Lake Resort, located within the park. Lots to see and do in Lumby: choose from over 100 hiking trails for a day of excursion. Go for a walk along Lumby's Salmon Trail. Enjoy some great fishing. Go for a scenic drive through rainforests and stop for a picnic beside a waterfall. Pan for gold at the old Cherry Creek Gold Placer Claims. Enjoy horeseback or ATV riding. Go snowmobiling or cross-counry skiing.
Merritt: Located 115 km (71 mi) north of Hope, on Hwy 5; 90 km (56 mi) north of Princeton, on Hwy 5A' 95 km (59 mi) south of Kamloops, on Hwy 5, take Exit 286 or 290; 132 km (82 mi) west of Kelowna, on Hwy 97C. Forestry, mining and ranching are the main industries of the community. Merritt is at the junction of four major highways serving the High Country area. Merritt is the heart of the Coquihalla and a great escape for a relaxing getaway from the big city. While in Merritt: - enjoy horseback riding, fishing lakes, wildlife watching, camping, golfing, sleigh riding, skiing and snowmobiling. Visit the Douglas Lake Cattle Ranch, one of the largest working cattle ranches in North America. Visit the Monck Provincial Park on Nicola Lake and enjoy swimming and fishing. Visit the Nicola Valley Museum, complete with display area and gift shop. Explore the Spius Creek Fish Hatchery. Browse through native arts and crafts, coffee houses, and the downtown shops. Merritt offers an abundance of accommodation facilities, restaurants and retail outlets.
Midway: Situated 14 km (9 mi) east of Rock Creek, on Hwy 3 and 50 km (31 mi) east of Osoyoos. While in Midway: - go river & creek fishing, hunting, skiing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, and more. Visit the Kettle River Museum and learn about the history of the community. Midway offers accommodations and all services necessary.
Naramata: Located 16 km (10 mi) north of Penticton off Hwy 97, is Naramata, a small community north of Penticton on the east side of Okanagan Lake. Naramata is an agricultural hub for fruit growers and winemakers. When driving from Penticton to Naramata, enjoy the wineries along the way and sample some of the finest wines of the area. Visit the historic Naramata Hotel and go back in history. Also enjoy boating, sailing, canoeing, beaches, cycling, paddling, wineries tours, hiking, swimming, and fishing. Naramata offers accommodations and all amenities.
Nicola Valley: The heart of the Nicola Valley is found within its residents in the communities of Merritt, Quilchena, Douglas Lake, Aspen Grove, Spences Bridge, and Logan Lake. Nicola Valley is a mecca for those who enjoy the outdoors. With its rolling hills, crystal blue lakes and streams, brilliant sunsets, and the romance of the old west, is the perfect spot for a great vacation. Enjoy camping, swimming, boating, wind surfing, golfing, fishing, hiking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, icefishing, sleigh riding, curling, and ice hockey.
Okanagan Falls: Located 20 km (12 mi) north of Oliver, on Hwy 97. While in Okanagan Falls: enjoy fishing, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, sandy beaches, golfing, and winery tours. Visit the Vaseux Lake Provincial Park and enjoy wildlife, fishing, walking and swimming. Also visit the Okanagan Falls Provincial Park and go fishing on the Okanagan River, and enjoy bird watching and wildlife viewing. In winter visit Mount Baldy excellent spot for snow sports. Okanagan Falls offers accommodations and fine dining.
Oliver: Located 20 km (12 mi) north of Osoyoos, on Hy 97, Oliver is a small community with a population of 4,300 residents. While in Oliver: - Visit the "Golden Mile of Vineyards", which features some of the area's best vineyards and wineries and taste some of the finest wines. Enjoy scenic rural areas, hiking, golfing, bird watching, horseback riding, winery tours, swimming, boating, canoeing, beaches, and biking. Oliver offers accommodations and all amenities necessary.
Osoyoos: Located 120 km (74 mi) east of Princeton, on Hwy 3, and 60 km (37 mi) south of Penticton, Osoyoos is a small community with a population of 4, 200 residents. While in Osoyoos enjoy horseback riding, hiking, boating, paddling, canoeing, fishing, swimming, sandy beaches, bird watching, wilderness camping, and mountain biking. Visit the Desert Centre and explore Canada's only arid-desert environment, home to more than 100 rare plants and over 300 rare invertebrates. Visit the quaint town of Keremeos, known as the "Fruit Stand Capital of the World". Visit also the historic Grist Mill, a restored flour mill from the 1870s. Tour the many wineries in the area and sample some of the finest wines. Experience west on Hwy 3 Spotted Lake, which contains a very high level of epsom salts and when evaporation occurs, the salts crystallize forming big circles on top of the water. Osoyoos offers accommodations and amenities.
Peachland: Located 25 km (16 mi) north fo Summerland. Visit the local museum and the eight-sided church. Tour the city's many commercial, estate and farmgate wineries along the way to the South Okanagan. Peachland offers serveral outdoor opportunities: - swimming, cycling, skiing, hiking, fishing, boating, golf, tennis, wineries, snowmobile trails, cross-crountry skiing, and mountain biking. Peachland offers accommodations and all amenities.
Penticton: Located 20 km (12 mi) north of Okanagan Falls, on Hwy 97, and 52 km (32 mi) north of Osoyoos. Penticton is nestled within tree trimmed mountain slopes, clay cliffs and semi-arid desert, bordered by Okanagan and Skaha Lakes, is the South Okanagan's largest city and has something to offer everyone: - golfing, skiing, boating, snowmoviling, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, hiking, snowboarding, horseback riding, camping, waterskiing, fishing, biking, swimming, wine tours, farmer markets, and beaches. Go rafting on or bike riding along the Okanagan River Channel. Enjoy miles of warm sandy beaches. Hike to Skaha Bluffs and go rock climbing. Go sailing on Okanagan Lake or windsurfing on Skaha Lake. Discover the Kettle Valley Railway bed and walk, hike or cycle the 25 km trails left open after the abondonment of the rail line. Try the Apex Mountain Resort for a day of skiing, hiking or mountain biking. Stroll through the art galleries, museums and historical sites. Pencticton is a city of festivals with numerous events annually. The city offers all kinds of accommodations, restaurants, shops and all amenities necessary.
Princeton: Located 134 km (83 mi) east of Hope, on Hwy 3, with a population of 3,050 residents, just west of Keremeos, along the old route to the coast. Princeton offers great outdoor activities: camping, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, fishing, gold panning, rock hounding, snowmobiling and horseback riding. Explore the old abandoned mining sites of the gold rush days, built in the 1850s. Visit the Princeton Museum & Archives and see pioneer artifacts. Near Similkameen River discover Bromley Rock Provincial Park and go swimming. Also enjoy fishing, swimming, boating, wildlife viewing, nature trails, beach at Kentucky-Alleyne Provincial Park, Otter Lake Provincial Park and Allisong Lake Provincial Park. Princeton offer accommodations, restaurants and all amenities.
Rock Creek: Located 36 km (22 mi) east of Osoyoos, on Hwy 3. While in Rock Creek: - go river and lake fishing, hiking, hunting, swimming, mountain biking and skiing. Just west of Rock Creek visit the Johnstone Creek Provincial Park and enjoy wildlife watching. Visit Canyon Creek Ranch where you can view the historic Dewdney Trail Bridge, 300 ft high above the canyon. Rock Creek offers accommodation, restaurants and all amenities.
Salmon Arm: Located 52 km (32 mi) east of Chase, on Hwy 1, and 107 km (66 mi) east of Kamloops, belongs to the lush Shuswap area. While in Salmon Arm: - enjoy swimming, fishing, canoeing, boating, hiking, golfing and cross-crountry skiing. Visit the Salmon Arm Bay Nature Enhancement Area and enjoy bird watching. Visit Heral Provincial Park and enjoy its many outdoor activities. Salmon Arm offers accommodations and all amenities.
Savona: Located 45 km (28 mi) west of Kamloops, on Hwy 1 and 97, at the western end of Kamloops Lake between Cache Creek and Kamloops. Savona boasts the expansive views of Kamloops Lake, and is surrounded by a semi-arid terrain of grasslands and hills. Visit the Juniper Beach Provincial Park and enjoy fishing, swimming and other outdoor adventures. Explore around Deadman's Creek Valley. Savona offers all kinds of accommodations, store and restaurants.
Sicamous: Located 31 km (19 mi) east of Salmon Arm, on Hwy 1, and 139 km (86 mi) east of Kamloops, with a population of 3,090, Sicamous belongs to the Shuswap area. Sicamous is "the houseboating capital of Canada". Rent a houseboat, enjoy and explore one of its 30 marine lakes, like Shuswap Lake Provincial Marine Park, where you can have great fishing, water sports and hiking. Sicamous offers accommodations, shops and fine dining.
Similkameen Valley: Northwest of Osoyoos, along Highway 97, is the historic ranching and gold mining region called Similkameen, which is celebrated with guest ranches, wilderness adventures, rodeos and the Similkameen Pow Wow.
Sorrento: Located 80 km (50 mi) east of Kamloops, on Hwy 1, Sorrento is known as the "Heart of the Shuswap" and is renowned for its beauty and recreational opportunities. Enjoy golfing, fishing, canoeing, swimming, hiking and horseback riding. Visit Notch Hill and Sorrento Centre, both historical sites from the early 1900s. Hike up Bastion Mt. The city offers excellent accommodation, shops and restaurants.
Spences Bridge: Located 40 km (25 mi) north of Lytton, on Hwy 1, and 65 km (40 mi) northwest of Merritt. Famous for its stellhead, salmon and trout fishing. Spences Bridge offers accommodations and fine dining.
Summerland: Is the beginning of the South Okanagan. Located 16 km (10 mi) north of Penticton, on Hwy 97, with a population of 11,150 residents, is home to one of the Valley's most awarded wineries and a specialty fruit manufacturer. While in Summerland: - enjoy golfing, touring wineries, camping, fishing, sailing, kayaking, boating, hiking, and walking trails. Take a stroll around the Tudor-themed town. Visit the Provincial Trout Hatchery and Ornamental Gardens at the Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada Reserarch Station. Visit the Okanagan Lake Provincial Park, located 11 km north of Summerland, on Hwy 97. Discover Vaseaux Lake that features a Federal Migratory Bird Sanctuary located 10 km south of Okanagan Falls, which is excellent for birdwatching. Summerland offers great accommodations, restaurants, shopping and all amenities.
Valemount: Located 90 km (56 mi) north of Blue River, on Hwy 5 and 320 km (199 mi) north of Kamloops, Valemont is situated between the Rocky, Cariboo and Monashee Mountains. With a population of 1,300, Valemount is the Thompson's most northerly town. The town offers challenging and recreational activities: - wildlife watching, fishing, camping, canoeing, kayaking, golfing, horseback riding, heli-skiing, guided wilderness hiking and walking tours. In winter, enjoy heli-skiing, snowmobiling and cross-country. Visit Mount Robson Park and hike its trails. At Robert W. Starrat Wildlife Sanctuary, with walkways and observation towers, enjoy wildlife viewing; also look for the ancient Albreda Glacier. Visit the Swift Creek spawning channel. Stroll and explore the George Hicks Regional. Valemount offers excellent accommodations, shops and fine dining.
Vernon: Located 55 km (34 mi) north of Kelowna, on Hwy 97, with a population of 23,520 residents, just 20 minutes away of Silver Star Mountain Resort, where you can enjoy snow sports or summer activities. Visit the Ellison Provincial Park and Fintry Provincial Park and enjoy fishing, secluded coves, swimming, sunbathing, scuba diving, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, camping, open area campsites shaded by trees, playground and cross-country skiing. Browse through the many art galleries. Wander around the unique Victorian-inspired village. Explore Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park, "the lake of many colors", and view wildflowers and birldlife. Enjoy playing a round a golf at any of the golf courses around the area. Vernon offers an abundance of accommodation facilities, restaurans and all amenities.
Westbank: Located 18 km (11 mi) south of Kelowna, on Hwy 97, with a population of 13,550 residents. While in Westbank: - enjoy hiking, skiing, swimming, golfing, sandy beaches, boating, and jetskiing. Visit the Old MacDonald's farm where kids can pet the animals. Tour the city's many commercial, estate and farmgate wineries. Westbank offers accommodations and all amenities.
Winfield: Located 22 km (14 mi) north of Kelowna, off Highway 97, on the shores of Wood Lake and Okanagan Lake in the sunny Okanagan Valley, approx. 390 km northeast of Vancouver. Winfield is located in Lake Country, a municipality comprised of four communities; Winfield, Okanagan Centre, Oyama, and Carr's Landing, all located on the benches above Okanagan Lake and Wood Lake. Winfield is the southernmost of the Lake Country towns, providing great recreational opportunities, including hiking, sailing, swimming, paddling and all water-borne activities. Winfield is also home to many great fishing lakes.
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