Things to Do

Tour our Wineries

The Okanagan Falls wine region is home to some of the premiere, award-winning wineries in Canada. Our wine region which begins near Skaha Estates and snakes through Okanagan Falls ends at Hawthorne Mountain. Over 600 acres are under vines in the region which features Gewurtztraminer, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Gris as well as other popular varietals.

Visit our Lakes and Beaches

Okanagan Falls sits at the southern end of Skaha Lake, the fourth lake in the chain of five major lakes of the Okanagan Valley. At over 20 km2 and with depths reaching 55 m, Skaha is an ideal lake for sailing, fishing, water skiing, wake boarding and even kite surfing and scuba diving. The south end of the lake is surrounded by beautiful beaches in Kaleden and Okanagan Falls. Off the beaten path, these beaches are ideal for family getaways.

Orchards, Farms and Markets

Our region is lush with orchards of apricot, cherry, peach and apple trees. A drive off the beaten path will uncover u-pick farms and roadside stands brimming with fruit as it comes into season. Look for local preserves, baked goods and other treats in our shops.

Camping and Nature

Family-oriented parks in our area offer beachfront and grassed sites, full and partial hookups. Enthusiasts flock to the area for bird watching, wildlife viewing, nature study.

Sports & Activities

A short drive from Okanagan Falls will take you to one of the hidden gems of Canadian Skiing. Apex Mountain Resort and Village offers quality snow, great weather, and incredible terrain.

The South Okanagan is known for its abundance of vineyards, golf courses, sparkling lakes, warm sunshine, and spectacular scenery. With a moderate climate, warm spring weather, hot and sunny summers, mild autumns and temperate winters, this area offers a variety of year-round recreational activities, including water sports, bird watching and sight seeing.

Rock Climbing

Skaha Bluffs is a rock climbing area just south of Penticton, British Columbia, Canada on a hillside above Skaha Lake. The climbing takes place in three parallel canyons. Notable climbing walls include Fortress, Red Tail, Doctors wall, The Great White Wall and The Grand Canyon. The area is mostly a sport climbing area, though traditional climbing opportunities also exist. The rocks in the area are predominantly a coarse-grained gneiss and are generally under 30 metres tall. Skaha Bluffs is a climbing area with mild weather, easy access and a number of sport climbing routes. Access is from Lakeside Road to Smythe Road up along Gillies Creek.