Picnic Tables Swim Play-ground Trails Grassy area Boat launch Dogs on  leash Wash-rooms


Okanagan Safe Harbour          
OK Center Park and Museum       OK Patio Cafe
Nuyens         Across from Wendell Orchard
Kopje Regional       Ball diamond, heritage house
Marshall           Sail club, non-motorized launch
Gable Rd.           Launch is not maintained
Coral Beach @ Terrace View     Tennis
Coral Beach @ Rd end             Dogs off Leash
Whiskey Cove Rd.              
WOOD LAKE                  
Beasley And Reiswig     Soccer/Volleyball, public art, gazebo
Oyama Isthmus, west-east             Boat launch at east end
KALAMALKA LAKE                  
Kekuli Bay Provincial   Campsite/North of LC, Hwy 97 access
Kaloya    North of LC, Hwy 97 access
Salwell/Creekside/Memorial & Trethewey Spray Park       Skateboard, Kokanee viewing, pavillion, public art, Memorial Wall, children's water park
McCarthy             Adjacent to arena & seniors centre
Jack Seaton       Ball diamond, heritage house
Winfield Creek Wildlife Preserve             Access of Bottom Wood Lk Rd by Lodge
Pollard Pond             Boardwalk



#1 - Chase Road South                                                        ------Glenmore Rd. to Okanagan Centre Rd. W. Rudimentary gravel pathway through forested area; moderate grades. Approx. 1 km varied terrain.

#2 - Chase Road North                                                               Okanagan Centre Rd. W. to Dick Road. Follow west fence line of gravel pit. Rudimentary gravel path. Steep grade. Approx. 0.5 km varied terrain.

#3 - Long Road                                                                         ------Camp Rd. to Tyndall Rd. Stay on marked paths. Some steep areas. Approx. 0.75 km varied terrain.

#4 - Sixth Street

Maddock Rd. to Hare Rd. Park on Fifth St. Moderately steep trail.

#5 - High Rim Trail                                                                     ------From Beaver Lake Rd. to Oyama Lake. The High Rim Trail is a 50 km wilderness trail for the experience hiker only. Access from Hwy. 97 is east on Beaver Lk Rd. 12.9 km or east on Oyama Rd. & follow signs to Oyama Lk. Watch for trail marker. (Note: Road to Oyama Lake very rough, requires 4-wheel drive vehicle. Can be hiked in sections.)

#6 - Barkley Road                                                                 ------Between Lake Pine and Carrs Landing firehall. Narrow gravel roadway-gentle grade gravel roadway with scenic views. Watch for traffic. Up to 6 km walk.           

#7 - East Hill                                                                                ------End of paved section of East Hill Rd., dirt path gentle grades, borders private property; please respect signs and fences. Peaceful walk behind orchards. Approx. 1 km easy walk.


#8 - Cow Roads                                                                             ------Off Commonage Rd. Park on Charolaise and walk along Charolaise, Hereford, Angus, and Jersey roads. Breathtaking scenery. Watch for traffic, hillside roads.

#9 - Oyama Isthmus                                                                ------Scenic walk along Oyama Rd. between Hwy. 97 and Sawmill Rd. Watch for traffic. Approx. 2 km easy walk.

# 10 - Okanagan Centre Rd. West                                           ------Scenic walk between Camp and Finch roads. Watch for traffic. Approx. 4k easy walk. Beachside trail under development.

#11 - Oceola Trail                                                                 ------Widened deer paths in forested area. Access adjacent to Lake Country Church. Approx. 8 km 45-minute walk, varied terrain. Small parking area on east side of Oceola Rd.

#12 - Ribbleworth Trail                                                              ------Easy hike through field and forest following gazetted roadway connecting Ribbleworth and Broadwater roads. Approx. 2 km. Parking at end of Ribbleworth.

#13 - Spion Kop Phase 1                                                          ------Upper Lakes Trail Head (at the end of Apex Rd.) in The Lakes subdivision. Drive up the gravel area to the left and continue to the parking area marked with a WALC sign. Follow the trail marked with yellow ribbons. The trail is fairly steep in some places but worth it. Watch for a view point to the south with a magnificent view of Lake Country and three surrounding lakes.


Lake Country Open Air summer concerts take place every Saturday at 6 p.m. during July and August at a local park. Check their website ( for specific locations and performers. Concerts are free; please bring blankets and chairs. 

2 Dates to be Announced at 

Okanagan Centre Park