Live in Kelowna
Kelowna boasts many options available as a city, with a high quality of living and consistent expansion. Choosing where to live in Kelowna isn’t just as simple as picking a neighbourhood, as each region within the city has its own perks. For instance, choosing to live in the Lower Mission or Kelowna South allows you to be minutes (or even seconds) from the beautiful, blue Okanagan Lake.
As the largest city in the BC interior and third largest in the province, Kelowna offers many of the amenities of a large city without that big–city vibe. This is partly due to over 1100 hectares of maintained green space that helps the city feel like less of an urban environment and more of a large neighbourhood.
You’ll easily be able to travel to all your favourite locations abroad from the Kelowna International Airport or make a short drive to one of Canada’s most popular ski slopes: Big White which is frequented by many during both the winter and summer.
Gated communities in Kelowna dot the region, but there are many new luxury homes to choose from and the opportunity to flip houses in Kelowna as well. No matter where you decide to settle down, a plethora of experiences to enjoy throughout the year are just minutes away.
Activities in Kelowna
Whether you prefer outdoors activities over indoors and vice versa, Kelowna has something you can enjoy.
Numerous top-tier golf courses line the city with views that stretch across the valley and offer challenges for both newcomers and experienced golfers. We recommend checking out the award-winning Tower Ranch Golf & Country Club as a place to start.
Find your favourite downtown restaurant or brewery among the many local shops within the downtown. You can also explore the orchards and award-winning wineries and vineyards as well, each with delicious local ciders and wines and friendly atmosphere.
Explore Kelowna’s outdoors with many challenging trails in the area leading to unparalleled views and hike or bike along the Okanagan’s most famous trail: the Kettle Valley Rail Trail. When you’re done, cool off in the sparkling waters of Okanagan Lake and relax in the sun on the beaches in Kelowna.
Big White is not a place to miss in the winter with frequent fireworks displays, night skiing, and 11km2 of terrain to ski or snowboard on. There are over 110 runs with varying skill levels so you’re sure to find a favourite among them.
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