10 Kelowna Locations for the Household to Have a Picnic | Momaha

What is it fun: If you are looking for a place that is just outside the city limits, Chalco Hills is the perfect place. The 245 hectares offer a lake, hiking and biking trails, wildlife viewing and of course places to picnic.

Where to sit: There are seven picnic areas and several have covered pavilions, the largest of which can accommodate up to 100 people and can be reserved.

Google Pictures

Where: 3808 S. 156th St.

What is it fun: The park is surrounded by 770 acres of public land, including 190 acres for wildlife management. The park is home to the Farmer’s Prairie, home to 120 species of plants, birds, and wildlife.

Where to sit: Lake Zorinsky has numerous picnic benches throughout the park. The main entrance, Shelter No. 5, is a popular place to put it.

Elmwood Park

Google Pictures

What is it fun: Elmwood Park is known among Kelowna residents for its expansive greenery in the middle of the city. There are paths and trails for cycling and walking; a lagoon, toilets, a historical pavilion, open spaces and a historical marker.

Comments are closed.