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Sun-Oka Beach Provincial Park near Summerland
(Patrice Halley photo)

Thompson Okanagan

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Mount Robson Provincial Park (Veer Incorporated photo)

Mount Robson Provincial Park (Veer Incorporated photo)

Towering mountains, epic trails, sun-drenched lakes and sandy beaches – there are hundreds of parks in BC to explore.

From its golden grasslands to its jagged granite peaks, the parks of the Thompson Okanagan region offer everything from the quintessential summer-at-the-lake to challenging mountaineering terrain.

In this region, find: one of Canada's highest mountains, 50 dragonfly species, North America's largest paddle-only lake, the world-famous Adams River sockeye spawning run, volcanic caves and historic ruins. Walk, hike, cycle, kayak, canoe, run the rapids, ride a horse, or relax in a chair and count those dragonflies.

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12 Parks in Thompson Okanagan

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Cathedral Provincial Park - Keremeos

Hwy 3
Keremeos, British Columbia
V8T 5J9
Toll-free
Phone250-840-8807

Cathedral Provincial Park offers experienced hikers a view of jagged mountain peaks, azure lakes & alpine meadows. The park also offers fishing, camping, wilderness camping & mountaineering. Be prepared for outdoor living. Pets are not allowed in the park.

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Fintry Provincial Park - Kelowna

Toll-free
Phone250-260-3590

Fintry Provincial Park includes the former Fintry Farm Estate, a heritage site with a colourful history. There is over 2 km of waterfront property with surrounding mountains & canyons that offer camping, swimming, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, wildlife viewing & a great location for power boating.

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Gladstone Provincial Park - Grand Forks

20 Km Northeast Of Grand Forks
Grand Forks, British Columbia
V0H 1H0
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

The Monashee Mountains surround the warm Christina Lake at the park & is a perfect backdrop for a variety of water oriented recreational activities. Along with these water activities, there is hiking, fishing & horseback riding to enjoy the area.

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Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park - Vernon

8 Km South
Vernon, British Columbia
V1T 6T1
Toll-free
Phone250-545-9943

The largely undeveloped park has a natural setting. A sloping, paved trail wanders down to the beautiful private beaches with informative signs that talk about flora & fauna along the trails. In winter, cross-country skiers enjoy the wild beauty here. The park is also a great location for hiking.

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Monashee Provincial Park - Vernon

111 Km North Of Vernon
Vernon, British Columbia
V1T 6T1
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

This undeveloped mountain wilderness is a wonderful adventure for both experienced backcountry hikers & willing beginners alike. Lush green forests grace the valley bottoms & in the spring, alpine meadows blossom with a colourful array of wildflowers. Great location for fishing & bird watching.

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Mount Robson Provincial Park - Valemount

Off Hwy 16
Valemount, British Columbia
V0E 2Z0
Toll-free800-689-9025 (reservations)
Phone250-566-4325

Designated as a World Heritage Site, Mount Robson offers majestic views & many hiking & recreational opportunities in the area. The Berg Lake trail is known for daily & multi-day hiking, viewing various wildlife, fauna & surrounding landscapes.

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Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park - Kelowna

Southeast Of Kelowna
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1Y 6C9
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

The park has provincial recreational appeal & provides long term recreational opportunities for the Okanagan Valley including the scenic Myra Canyon, a number of existing trails & the historic Kettle Valley Railway with its trestles & tunnels.

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Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park - Squilax

Hwy 1
Squilax, British Columbia
V0E 1M3
Toll-free
Phone250-955-0861

In early Oct, Adams River hosts one of the largest Sockeye salmon runs in North America. The park also features spectacular rapids enthusiastically used by rafters & kayakers. A beautiful waterfall on Bear Creek is viewable from Flume Trail System. Great location for fishing, hiking, kayaking & river rafting.

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Shuswap Lake Provincial Park - Squilax

Hwy 1
Squilax, British Columbia
V0E 1M3
Website
Toll-free
Phone800-663-7867

A very popular destination, the park has a 1 km stretch of sandy, pebbled beach offering those of all ages fun water activities & shoreline adventure. Also offers a large grassy play area & self-guiding nature trail.

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Sun-Oka Beach Provincial Park - Summerland

3 Km North Off Hwy 97
Summerland, British Columbia
V0H 1Z2
Toll-free
Phone250-548-0076

Located just south of Summerland, Sun-Oka provides one of the most superb beaches in the entire Okanagan. Offering excellent water play & picnic opportunities, as well as fantastic views of Okanagan Lake.

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