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Kelowna Mountain Agripark is a blend of working Agriculture and Tourism. Kelowna Mountain consists of a 6000 sq ft Welcome Centre with a Park info Area, Gift Shop, Snack Shop and Public Washrooms. The Park has a 250 car parking lot and the Parking...more
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5755 Gillard Forestry Road, Kelowna, British Columbia V1W 4A7, Canada
This was an awesome experience and I would bring every visitor I have here. It's modern elegance with a little rough around the edges which gives so much character. Expect to walk and bring water. We had an active 3 year old and my 73...More
This place has a gotten a good facelift since 2015-2017!
it is FREE!! all you need to do is sign a waiver for the bridges
there are 5 bridges and each with an amazing view, there are rest huts along the way with shade for...More
We visited 3 years ago and thought wow it’s got potential and so we thought 3 years later let’s go and see what’s improved! Unfortunately nothing! In fact there was less! Ropes are all over to not go place or even use bathroom stalls! The...More
This location isn't actually maintained and you can only go across one suspension bridge. We had a hard time figuring out if it was even open. You can take a few cool pictures from there, but I wouldn't go out of my way to go...More
This calamity is an embarrassment. Do not be fooled by this charlatan's promotions. He has exaggerated the value of this enterprise. What vineyards. There are posts, but no vines in an area ill suited to the cultivation of grapes. The bridges are not structurally secure...More
I learnt about the suspended bridges in 2014. We went in August of that summer, and it exceeded my expectations. I have a fear of heights so I was a little hesitant about going but after I saw that view I knew I had to...More
Sure great views from there, but not worth the price of $25 pp to walk some bridges. Many parts are in disrepair, and not well maintained. Owner had an interesting extravagant vision, but doesn't have the money to finish it and is now in court...More
Probably the worst place in North America for a wedding. Difficult to find running water, none of it drinkable. The day before we realized the 1,000 lb. propane tank was as good as empty, but they did bring in portable tanks the day of (which...More
Hiked to the top of this hill in October 2015 after it was technically closed for the season. The hike follows a road so it's not hard, but there is quite a bit of elevation gain. The views at the top are stunning - you...More