Lambly Park offers a variety of amenities, including:
- Tennis Courts
- Outdoor Fitness Trail
- Skate Park
- Pickleball Courts
Please contact directly for their 2022 season dates as times may vary.
Exotic Parrots? In Peachland? You heard right— but know that this is not a zoo. This is a bird sanctuary run by Ray and Valerie Parkes who have been rescuing abused and abandoned birds for years. They care for the birds and work on finding them new, loving homes. They typically offer tours of their sanctuary to the public from Spring to Fall and give tours by reservation in the Winter.
Watch this video for more information on Parrot Island!
Peachland Art Gallery
Peachland Art Gallery, located in the same building as the Visitor Centre, is the cultural hub of our community. It hosts art exhibitions that promote the entire Okanagan and a diverse group of artists. They also host live music and dinner events.
Peachland Fall Fair
Peachland’s Fall Fair is an annual celebration that has been happening in our community for over 100 years! In the style of an old-fashioned country fair, community members and our neighbours get together and showcase their best baking, flower arrangements, fruits, preserves, photography, and more. The best in each category are awarded prizes.
Step back in time and explore Peachland’s past at the Peachland Museum. It is housed in a historic building that was constructed mostly by volunteers in 1910 and served as a Baptist Church. Its exhibits include a miniature of historic Beach Avenue, a working model of the Kettle Valley Railway, and more!
Peachland Visitor Centre
Let us help you make memories in our charming town! Whether you are a visitor who needs directions or advice on what to do, or a local who is looking for community information, we are here for you! Our historic building is over 100 years old and once served as a schoolhouse for the children of Peachland.
We are more than just a visitor centre— we are also an attraction where you can take a tour of our interpretive centre and learn about Peachland’s history. You can also learn about our bats— yes, bats! Our building is also home to a maternal bat colony; each year, mother bats spend the spring and summer in our attic and give birth to their young (called pups!) Don’t worry— if you are afraid of bats, they don’t come into contact with the public. We are very thankful for our bats because they are the reason why you won’t find any mosquitoes in Peachland. Our bats can eat over half their body weight in insects every single night.
For more information on Peachland’s Bats, visit the Bat Education & Ecological Protection Society (BEEPS).
The Peachland waterfront is the perfect way for folks to explore Peachland. The paved walk way stretches all along Beach avenue and takes you by shops, restaurants and cafes. Make some music using outdoor instruments on our new boardwalk. Take a dip at Swim Bay, the only life-guarded beach in Peachland. Folks in wheelchairs have beach access via Swim Bay and can take a cruise on our new, wheelchair accessible boardwalk, which is also an excellent place to fish!
Photos courtesy of Rhonda Johnson, Darci Ritchey, and the District of Peachland.
Ray Kandola Heritage Pier
The Ray Kandola Heritage Pier is a 120-metre long fixed structure running parallel to the shoreline of Heritage Park in downtown Peachland. This pier is the first of its kind on Okanagan Lake. Breakout areas allow people to fish while the main pier features wheelchair access with benches to rest and take in the Okanagan Lake views. This is a great place for people of a ride variety of ages and abilities to fish or to simply take in the sights and fresh air.
Sncewips Heritage Museum
Since time immemorial, the Syilx/Okanagan People have lived on the land that we know today as the Okanagan. Our visitor centre resides on the unceded, traditional territory of the Syilx people. Sncewips Heritage Museum tells their story. They are a living museum, meaning that much of the artifacts they have on display they still use to this very day. Let their knowledgeable staff guide you through the museum and teach you about Syilx culture and history from ancient times to present. They are a located in West Kelowna about 25 minutes from downtown Peachland.
Swim Bay, located across from the visitor centre, is a great place to take the family for a day at the beach. The beach includes washrooms, wheelchair accessible beach access, a zipline, rope swing, wharf, and diving board. Swim Bay is also one of the only beaches in the Okanagan to have a lifeguard on duty in the summer months.
Visit the Westbank Museum to learn about the rich history of the West Kelowna (formerly known as Westbank and still known to many as Westbank!) West Kelowna/Westbank/Westbank First Nations has an interesting, controversial history that you can find on display at the Westbank Museum. You can learn a lot about the settlers and pioneer families there, and you can also take a tour of their Fur Trapper Cabin replica to learn what life was like in times of old.
If you want to experience nature and a thrill, ziplining is a perfect option. Peachland’s very own Zip Zone has some of the highest, longest, and fastest ziplines in Canada. You will zip through beautiful scenery and have views of Deep Creek Gorge and forest-draped mountains.