Regional District: Central Okanagan
West Kelowna is a visually stunning community and a four seasons playground. The community is located on the western shores and hillsides of Okanagan Lake and boasts: arenas and attractions; beaches and parks, hiking, cross country skiing and mountain biking trails; shops and restaurants; vineyards and orchards; and wineries and resorts. The municipality is located at the junction of Highway... Read More
West Kelowna is a visually stunning community and a four seasons playground. The community is located on the western shores and hillsides of Okanagan Lake and boasts: arenas and attractions; beaches and parks, hiking, cross country skiing and mountain biking trails; shops and restaurants; vineyards and orchards; and wineries and resorts. The municipality is located at the junction of Highway 97 and 97C (Okanagan Connector) and is the primary gateway to the Okanagan from B.C.'s most populous region, the Lower Mainland. The community has a diverse economy, which includes agriculture, construction, light industry, lumber manufacturing, retail, services, tourism and wineries.
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c/o 1685 Pandosy St, Kelowna, BC
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2648 Kyle Road, West Kelowna, BC, V1Z 2N1
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