In Kelowna keep your eyes open.
Blessed with a waterfront setting, Kelowna stretches along the eastern edge of Okanagan Lake that is home to the legendary Ogopogo, or Kelowna's version of the Loch Ness Monster. This creature is thought to live in a cave located under the lake, so keep an eye out on your visit and you may find yourself lucky enough to catch a glimpse of this legend.
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But the stories about the mystic creature is only one of a multitude reasons to leave for Kelowna. The city is packed with fun as far as the eye see. Every year it draws increasing number of the British Columbians heading there for relaxation. The swell of visitors is no surprise to Kelowna that has its own formula for perfection. Take its waterfront setting blend with famous wineries near crystal-clear waters and you get what is special about Kelowna.
As well as a monster the lake boasts countless aquatic opportunities. Swimming, sunbathing, boating and fishing and so on, while away from the water are Kelowna's golf courses like Gallagher's Canyon and Kelowna Springs Golf Course.
As you are in Kelowna, you should check out its heart while touring the city. Attractions include;
The Downtown City Park, a great place to relax in green environment in the summertime
Gyro Beach, one of the most popular beaches in the city
The Kettle Valley Railway Trestles offers unique vistas of the Kelowna area and some remote areas around
The Kelowna Art Gallery has a full range of art from across he world
Kelowna started with Father Pandosy, who settled in the area in the 1860s and sustained himself through farming. Later his farmland would evolve into the the Valley's largest farming business. With the years the city of Kelowna served as a provisional center for Cariboo gold-seekers, but was officially incorporated only in 1905.
No matter whether you leave for Kelowna for its history or present, it is a bustling city to complete a trip to with Booked.net.