This was one of the original stops for the sternwheelers on Okanagan Lake, with historic barns and electrical works that made it one of the great plantations of the British Empire. Now, it's a campground, far removed from Kelowna or Vernon, with many roomy sites under the trees, great views, ancient Syilx beaches and cliffs, lots of room to hike, a fantastic waterfall (steep hike) in a truly rugged gorge, lots of gentle, pebbled beaches to find a private place to sit or swim, and, be aware, a zillion mosquitoes. If you are camping outdoors and don't like mosquitoes, head over to Kalamalka Lake instead, where they seem to be far, far less numerous. Your family will thank you for that. This campground is split in two. You'll find fewer mosquitoes on the left hand side, near the cliffs. Reservations are highly recommended. The waterfront spots on that side are truly beautiful. The group camp is in the open sun. Bring a parasol or what.
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