Where to camp in the okanagan

The Okanagan region of British Columbia is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts, offering an array of activities and attractions. A perfect opportunity to experience this stunning area is camping in the Okanagan Valley. With its diverse landscape, abundant wildlife, and beautiful lakes, rivers, and trails, there are plenty of opportunities to explore and take in the natural beauty of the area. Camping in the Okanagan Valley offers a unique experience for visitors. The area is home to approximately 40 provincial parks, each with a different feel. Many are located on lakes and offer boating, fishing and swimming. Some are located on the shores of rivers, offering an ideal opportunity to take in the beautiful scenery while kayaking and canoeing. There are also parks that offer trails for hiking and biking.

From government owned and operated to private camp grounds or boondocking, there is a ton of incredible places to camp in the Okanagan.

 

Here are three family friendly campgrounds you may not have known about in the Okanagan.

1. Gallagher Lake Resort: Nestled between Penticton and Osoyoos, Gallagher Lake Resort is a family-friendly campground offering RV sites and cabins for rent. The lakefront location provides ample opportunities for fishing, swimming, kayaking, and paddleboarding. The resort also features a playground, basketball court, volleyball court, and horseshoe pits.

2. Bear Creek Provincial Park: Located on the west side of Okanagan Lake near Kelowna, Bear Creek Provincial Park offers tent and RV camping options in a picturesque setting. Visitors can hike or bike the trails that wind through the park’s forests and grasslands or take advantage of the nearby beaches for swimming or sunbathing.

3. Fintry Provincial Park: Situated on the shores of Okanagan Lake between Kelowna and Vernon, Fintry Provincial Park offers primitive camping sites for those seeking a more rustic outdoor experience. The park’s main attraction is the historic Fintry Estate House, which dates back to 1910 and now serves as a museum open to visitors during summer months.

 

Whether you prefer lakeside luxury or backcountry seclusion, there are plenty of camping options available in the Okanagan region to suit your needs. With its stunning natural beauty and endless array of outdoor activities at your fingertips, it’s no wonder this area continues to be a popular destination for campers from all over British Columbia – and beyond!

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