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Kekuli Bay Provincial Park welcomes RVer’s, tenters, and day use visitors. It’s the perfect spot for a beautiful view of Kalamalka Lake against a backdrop of rolling tree covered hills. The park was established in 1990 to expand upon its featured boat launch. Now the park offers 49 campsites each with an array of shade trees, flowering bushes, and an exquisite view of the lake. As night turns into morning, the rising sun can be seen peaking its head above the hill tops for a brilliant wake-up call. Take an early morning stroll throughout the park and you will likely be accompanied by some friendly gophers popping in an out of the tall grass. Kekuli Park is not shy of offering an abundance of activities for all types of outdoor enthusiasts from hiking and cycling, to swimming, canoeing and water skiing to wildlife viewing. No matter the length of your stay, you’re sure to be dazzled!
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