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Beautiful state park featuring historical landmarks commemorating the life of celebrated author Jack London. Knowledgeable docents will take you on a tour of the museums, including the home of the author. Numerous gorgeous hiking trails.
Located on Pope Street, the four acre park is named after General Jacob Meily who, in 1880, established his vineyards on the park site and winery in the adjacent barn across Sulphur Creek from the park.
Take a quick 2.5-mile walk through the wilderness to experience nature’s beauty. Walk through the woods to the beach or one of the many viewpoints of the coast where you can feel the ocean spray.
Reservable church, live Summer Sunday Concert Series, public art, a cool playground, bocce ball courts and a community garden are waiting for you at this eclectic downtown park. Come and relax in the serene atmosphere just minutes from the shopping areas.
This park has three soccer fields and restrooms.
Knox Mountain Park is the City of Kelowna’s largest Natural Area Park. Activities include walking, running, hiking, pedal biking (road, cross country and downhill), birding, nature appreciation, and sightseeing.
At this well-maintained historical site, you can wander around and learn about the history of missionary life, spot wildlife and animal pens with donkeys, sheep, a bull and more.
Enjoy a walk along a paved trail around the lake, or take advantage of the public barbecue areas and picnic tables at this regional park. There is also playground equipment for toddlers and kids, and a volleyball court for kids of all ages.
Hike through the woods, take your dog to the dog park, or have your kids play on the exceptional play structures at this lovely park. You may or may not see the lake, depending on the drought.
Whether you come to unwind by the 54 miles of lake shoreline or to fish, boat, ride horses, or enjoy water sports, you're sure to love the gorgeous views of Lake Camanche. Rest easy at RV parks, cottages, or other lodging options.
This outdoorsy park is a great place for a picnic, or go hiking, fishing, or swimming.
Alcohol-free park means fun for the whole crew. Featuring basketball, tennis and bocce ball courts, reservable softball and baseball fields, picnic/BBQ areas, playgrounds for multi-ages, and lovely walking paths. What are you waiting for?
Located on the corner of Church Street and Hunt Avenue this "pocket park" offers two picnic tables and some benches. It has one restroom.
A popular destination for surfers, tourists, and animals! When you're catching waves at Steamer Lane or visiting the Santa Cruz Surfing Museum, say hello to a sea lion or get lucky with migrating Monarch butterflies and rare Black Swifts.
Enjoy the great outdoors on a sunny day at this park where you can swim, kayak, boat, and spot wildlife along the nature trail. There are public restrooms and play areas for children.
There are 10.5 acres, located west of the intersection of Washington Street and Oak Street. The Park presently accommodates an interim use baseball diamond, a soccer field and the Community Garden.
Enjoy a pleasant waterside picnic or play beach volleyball. With a variety of activities at this park, you’ll find something for everyone including barbecue pits, bike and kayak rentals and a children’s swimming pool.
Bring your dog to this large park that has sections for small and large dogs with double gates. You’ll also find tennis courts and a playground nearby.
With a pond inhabited by darling little ducklings, your own little “ducklings” will delight in this space. Tennis courts, dog runs, playground for different ages of children, little league fields, and Frisbee golf course; this place has it all!
This one acre park consist of individual picnic tables, grassy areas, a children's play area and historic gazebo. Lyman Park is a passive park and no active game playing is allowed.
If wide open spaces and wildlife appeal to you, you'll want to check out the hilly grasslands of Lynch Canyon. This landscape offers oak groves and wetland meadows, with 10 miles of trails perfect for hiking, horseback riding, or mountain biking.
Take a walk through the park or visit the campsites to enjoy nature and the beautiful woods close to the beach. Take a walk to the tide pools that will bring out your inner child.
Enjoy the calm and serenity of this beautiful park and beach. The path to the beach is a little rugged so be sure to wear pants, but once you arrive, you’ll marvel at the view of the lighthouse in the distance.
This beautiful, expansive park has plenty of green grass, trees for shade, and picnic tables, making it a great spot for a party or gathering.
Popularly known for its hang-gliding and paragliding, Marina State Beach also offers visitors a hiking trail through the Marina Dunes, big waves for surfing, and gorgeous sunsets.
This little town is overflowing with gold rush history: they have an Indian grinding rock, a blacksmith shop, a dilapidated jail, and a museum.The docent-led tour is informative and fun There are several trails, including one to the James Marshall monumen
Large green park with 2.5 miles of hiking trails, a skate park, tennis courts, a playground and a little creek to cool off in. Beautiful view of the hills in the background and close enough to restaurants and coffee to take some food and drink with you.
Awesome neighborhood park for kids of all ages. Picnic areas, multi-use fields, dog runs (yes!), tennis and horseshoes are just some the things that are available here. Bring the kids and the grandparents and have a wonderful day in the sun!
Grab your racket and take it to Melvin Park. The facilities include two tennis courts. These are not lighted courts, so keep your games short around sundown.
Not only does this park offer breathtaking views, walking trails, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, but there is free parking and admission.
Peter Mennen Park is named after a local preservationist who funded the landscaping of the park. Landscape materials include nut and fruit trees that provide food for birds and squirrels as well as shrubs and ground covers that attract butterflies.