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Inkaneep Provincial Park

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Inkaneep Provincial Park

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Campsite Road, Oliver, British Columbia V0H 1T0 Canada
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British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley is bursting with vineyards, orchards, outdoor activities, and charming small towns. The latter offer wine-tasting rooms, fantastic restaurants, vibrant arts scenes, and resorts that serve as jumping-off points for adventures around the area. It all combines to make for a deservedly popular year-round destination.
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RougeChefBC wrote a review Feb 2019
Oliver, Canada71 contributions19 helpful votes
Nice quiet campground close enough to amenities, far enough to feel like really camping. Sites are fairly private and well maintained.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Yvonne B wrote a review Sep 2018
Penticton, Canada250 contributions58 helpful votes
As part of our geocaching experience, we went to Inkaneep Provincial Park in early September. We found the hike to be very pleasant and walked with ease along the trail that followed the river. We crossed over a couple of bridges and experienced views of several vineyards where workers were harvesting the grapes. Heed the warning signs about the poison ivy because it is heavy in some spots.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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James E wrote a review Jul 2018
Taber, Canada412 contributions54 helpful votes
First come, first serve campsite for only $18 a night, over 50% cheaper than all the other campsites, leaving you with more money to spend at the wineries. Happy days. Pit toilets, no showers and poison ivy around the site, so bring a clothes peg for your nose, rinse off in the nearby lake and refrain from rolling in the bushes. You’ll be fine. Site is quiet and reasonably well maintained.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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nancybCancun wrote a review Apr 2018
West Kelowna, Canada736 contributions127 helpful votes
We weren't able to stop here on our trip to Oliver due to creek flooding. It is well signed and will likely be resolved before the high season. Check the provincial website that pertains to parks and flooding conditions before you head out.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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VanDelay_12 wrote a review Jul 2017
Oliver, BC, Canada250 contributions98 helpful votes
Neat place situated not far from the new local remand centre (fancy word for prison!). I enjoyed the smallish campsite that is not far from town (yes, you would need to drive but only a couple minutes, so don't fret!). I loved the trees and ample parking that each spot provides. My dog Tino loved it here!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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