Three things to do in Kelowna during Hockey Camp

Jan 17, 2018

Most of the participants attending Okanagan Hockey Camps in Kelowna are from out of town, and it’s no secret why.

Kelowna offers endless options for fun and entertainment, either while your child is on the ice during the day or family friendly adventures in the evening, there is no shortage of activities.

Get a head start on the 2018 Okanagan Hockey Camp season and plan your getaway today.

Three Things to Do While Attending OHC in Kelowna:

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Wine Trails, Tours and Events in Kelowna

Kelowna is the birthplace of winemaking in British Columbia; known for its top-quality wines that regularly win national and international awards.

With over 40 wineries within a 20 minute drive, you’ll find plenty of terroir to swirl, sip and savour.

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Sourced from Tourism Kelowna 

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Golf Kelowna in the Okanagan Valley

With courses that range from easy-going to ego-shattering, there is something in Kelowna for every skill level. Build your own golf package, view our sample golf packages or book tee-times to experience our mild weather, stunning scenery and more than 18 exceptional courses that make Kelowna a must-play destination on every golf enthusiast's list!

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Sourced from Tourism Kelowna 

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Hot Summer Days + Refreshing Water = Endless Fun!

Okanagan Lake is known for its beaches with over 30 throughout the region. Many beaches are equipped with playgrounds, concessions, and bathrooms.

Enjoy the lake from a stand-up paddleboard (SUP), wake boat, sailboat, pedal-boat, charter boat, flyboard, kayak, or canoe - we have boats of every kind for water enthusiasts. Okanagan Lake's water temperature in July averages 19-23C (69-71F).

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Sourced from Tourism Kelowna 

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