Parrot Island is a unique sanctuary for abandoned and abused exotic birds. They are located in beautiful Peachland, B.C. in the sunny Okanagan Valley. A visit to Parrot Island Sanctuary is sure to delight the children and bring a stronger sense of understanding these beautiful birds.
The Ornamental Gardens, located 5 minutes from the Resort, feature stunning flowers, plants and landscaping all in one exceptional showpiece. Stroll the pathways and take in the amazing work of Mother Nature and the local people who have created and tend to these for everyone's enjoyment.
Nixdorf Classic Car Museum boasts a facility showing off over 70 vehicles including a muscle car collection. Each car has a display of background information, condition of the car and when it was purchased. Nixdorf also offers cars for rent for special occasions and wine tours.
This hatchery is the only trout hatchery that relies on spring water as all others in the province use groundwater by way of pumps. Our Visitor Centre provides tours that include viewing live fish in and outdoors, videos, a colouring station for kids, and learning where to fish around the area. Our hatchery is full of information on fish, where and how to angle, and conservation.
Earning rave reviews from practically everyone who’s tried it, the zipline adventures at zip zone offer an experience of the Okanagan that you’ll remember for a lifetime. Soar at high speed, hundreds of feet above the ground, across canyons and gorges. Don’t worry, it’s perfectly safe, and incredibly thrilling! Just 15 minutes from the Resort
Penticton's favourite spot for fun with the kids. Loco Landing features mini golf, bumper boats, ropes course, go carts, canon balls, rock climbing and much more. They also have a fantastic ice cream stand.
Don’t be afraid to get dirty! An ATV tour is one of the most exciting and exclusive ways to explore the picturesque Okanagan countryside and wildernesses. Okanagan ATV tours offers a variety of excursions for all confidence levels, whether you want to cruise gently along scenic paths or rip through backcountry trails.
The Kettle Valley Steam Railway showcases a unique part of the Okanagan’s and British Columbia’s history. Built during 1910- 1915, the KVR “Kootenay to Coast Connection” powered our pioneer fruit industry into world markets, transported our families on vacations and errands; created employment, hobos and stories that will be with us forever. The KVR operates throughout the summer months of mid May to mid October. Additional trains run for Easter, Mother's Day and Christmas holiday season starting mid December.
The place for outdoor adventures! Kayaking to climbing, biking to skills courses, Hoodoo Adventures has activities for all levels. The beginner will learn something new and the expert will be challenged. Discover all of the Okanagan's vast terrain with these guys!
Splash water parks are giant 100 to 180 person floating playgrounds, boasting climbing walls, monkey bars, slides, trampolines and more! Splash takes great pride in pushing customers out of their comfort zone and creating memorable, highlight-of-the-summer experiences of fun and laughter!
Skaha Bluffs is a true gem in the crown of BC rock climbing, with almost 1000 routes on some outstanding edgy gneiss rock in the warm Okanagan Valley. With one of the longest climbing seasons in Canada, Skaha is a world-renowned climbing destination for all levels of climber. Located in a Provincial Park the area provides a variety of recreation opportunities including hiking and wildlife viewing while also protecting habitat for a variety of species at risk. Families and children will love the rock climbing experience with HooDoo Adventures who