We hit up a few more campsites this summer that I want to share with you before I forget. I hope to compile a listing of our Okanagan favorites next year for all of you locals.
We spent a weekend at the Kettle Valley RV Park which is just past Rock Creek on Hwy 3, about a two hour drive from Kelowna. We pulled in to an absolutely beautiful, park-like campground. Sites were level, somewhat treed for privacy and bathrooms where immaculate. Amenities include: large grass areas, playground, communal fire pits, full hook ups, a store on site and more! We were really impressed with Kettle Valley RV Park. River access for floating is perfect and for a small fee owners will drop you off up river to float down. There is no beach access on site for the kids to play but a beach is located a short drive away. There are very few sites available to daily campers, most sites are seasonal rentals, so book early!
We explored boundary country during our stay. This old tunnel was a hit with the boys. We even found a geocache nearby!
We also lucked out in finding an outdoor pool in Greenwood. Literally the smallest town in Canada. The boys were absolutely thrilled.