1. Shallow bay with shelter from south winds. Private beaches and docks so no beaching for 800 m north.
2. Powell Beach – Nice sandy beaches southeast of the light with picnic tables, washrooms, a tennis court and a children’s playground - provides shelter from south winds.
3. Gartrell Point – Light – Named after James Gartrell who, in May 1885, owned the first commercial orchard in the Okanagan Valley. Do not enter the small private canal.
4. Steadfast Canadian flag by Trout Creek - Respect private beaches and docks. Boat launch is located south of the south point at the end of the road.
5. Sun-Oka Beach Park – A beautiful bay with sandy beaching areas in the west corner and the east end. Picnic tables, fire pits, washrooms and a children’s playground sit on 550 meters of shoreline. Shelter from north winds here along with a marked swimming area, beaching and camping from 7:00am until dusk.
6. Pyramid Picnic Park – Nice beaching areas with picnic tables and washrooms. Shelter is provided from south winds to the north.
7. Soorimpt Picnic Park – Sandy beaching area with picnic tables, a washroom and a boat launch. Shelter from south winds on the north side.
8. Kickininee Park – A good day-use, sandy beaching area with picnic tables and a washroom. Watch for rocks and beach with care. Divers – novice discovery item; there is a boat at the bottom.
9. Marshy areas and a rocky shore situated in and around shallow water. There is no beaching from Kickininee Park south to the channel.
10. Private beaches with two large docks.
11. Okanagan River Channel – Do not enter this area and stay clear of the old pilings. It is the only connection from Okanagan Lake to Skaha Lake. Good drift diving and snorkeling.
12. S.S. Naramata – In 1913, the second ever CPR tug boat went into service on the Okanagan Lake. It was built at Port Arthur, Ontario by the Port Arthur Drydock & Shipbuilding Company and was assembled at Okanagan Landing. It is 89 feet, 8 inches long and has a beam of 19 feet, 5 inches. When necessary it was used as an icebreaker. On the date of May 18, 1965, the S.S Naramata experienced its last working voyage and was then towed to its present location. There is an old wharf in the area - watch for pilings.
13. S.S. Sicamous – She was the queen of Okanagan Lake and the show piece of the valley. Built in 1914 and costing $180,000, she cruised Okanagan Lake for more than three decades under Captains like Estabrooks, W. Kirby, G. Robertson and the unforgettable Joe Weeks. The daily passenger service from Kelowna to Penticton was discontinued in 1931. On July 23, 1937, the S.S. Sicamous transported passengers for the last time.
14. Okanagan Beach – Beautiful, sandy beaches with washrooms, a children’s playground and a marked swimming area. Boats are not allowed between the shore and the markers but offshore day anchorage is permitted. There is a good selection of restaurants and accommodations across the road from the beach.
15. Rotary Park – Sandy beaches, picnic tables and a playground - the start and finish points of the annual 2.4km swim, 112km bike ride, 26.2km run Ironman Canada Triathlon Championship.
16. Kiwanis Walking Pier – Light - The Canadian, British Columbia and United States flags are flown here. There is a large public beach on the east side and a beaching area on the west side of the pier.
17. Penticton Yacht Club (250-492-2853) — Washrooms and showers are made available for members and guests. There is a boat launch in the east bay behind rock break water.
18. Pebble and sandy beaches north to the point — beach with care. Beaching is difficult beneath the rock walls but a very secluded area awaits those who endeavor. There are some less risky beaching areas to the south.
19. A beautiful bay with rocky shores. Respect the private property signs to the south but some secluded beaching can be found at the north end of the bay which will provide shelter from north winds.
20. Three Mile Beach – Fire pit, washrooms and a boat launch are located here. There is a nice beach south of the point. Nice beaches north of the point with a swimming area and shelter from south winds.
21. Two large estates at the point with small beaching areas to the south.
22. Private beaches and docks on the point. Small beaching areas south 1.6 km. Careful of underwater hazards here.
23. Large home with a rock retaining wall - some beaching areas.