With an average of 2,000 hours of sun every year, the Okanagan offers one of the longest, driest golf seasons in Canada. With orchards, rolling hills and expansive lakes, it also offers one of the most scenic. The Kelowa area boasts many golf courses including the well known Predator Ridge, The Quail and Bear Courses, The Harvest Golf Club and many more.
These golf courses come in many flavors ranging from mid - range to 18 hole championship courses.
Moderate climate and varied terrain combine to make Kelowna an excellent golf venue. Long dry summers and short winters extend the golfing season
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The Kelowna area is dotted with many wineries. A visit to a winery can be a rewarding and stimulating experience.
Tours often include opportunities to sample & purchase wines not otherwise available.
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Kelowna’s Cultural District is located in Downtown Kelowna on the shores of Okanagan Lake and Waterfront Park. The Cultural District was once the centre of the Okanagan Fruit Packing industry but is now home to artists and performers who offer a variety of classes/workshops for individuals and groups from pottery to jewellry making and everything in between. There are 5 art galleries including a First Nations gallery, 4 museums and 6 performance spaces.