with its quaint Tudor theme and famous Five to a Dollar store,
is a truly unique community. Set among orchards and vineyards
and surrounded by sandy beaches, rolling
hillsides and pristine lakes, this area is perfect for exploring,
hiking, camping and fishing.
in 1902 by John Moore Robinson and named after the area's sunny
climate, Summerland's sandy beaches, beautiful surrounding area,
golf courses and access to Okanagan Lake are just some of it's
attraction to visitors who return year after year to re-discover
and enjoy this central Okanagan town. Visitors can partake in
winery tours, water-sports, visit nearby Provincial parks, the
Summerland museum and the Agricultural Research station.
courtesy of Kettle Valley Steam Railway
Summerland is located on Highway 97, 15 minutes north of Penticton
The entire area has plenty to offer the visitor in the way of
accommodation; camping in private or provincial parks, staying
at one of the many hotels or motels or relaxing at one the resorts,
lodges, inns or bed & breakfasts
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Attractions: Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada Research Station,
Ornamental Gardens, Provincial Trout Hatchery, golf courses, Fruit
Packing tours, Kettle
Valley Railway, Summerland Museum, Winery tours