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Pri­vate beaches and docks south of the in­let at Green Bay - no beach­ing.

Nice prop­er­ties with pri­vate beaches and docks south of the light at Boucheries Point

Pritchard Park – Nice beach area with benches, play­ground and swim­ming area.

Boucheries Point – A light used by res­i­dents who live in the in­let is lo­cated on the north side of the pri­vate water­way called West­side Cays. Max­i­mum speed is 5 km - this is a no–wake area. Gel­latly Bay Aquatic Park So­ci­ety – Watch for the pil­ing in front of the flat–roofed build­ing. Peb­ble beaches to the north with pic­nic ta­bles, wash­rooms, and swim­ming ar­eas - beach with care. To the south there is a rock sea wall with steps that go down to the beach. A very beau­ti­ful bay with shel­ter from north winds. Pri­vate beaches and docks to the north with a marked swim­ming area.

Old wharf with a div­ing plat­form. Some beach­ing to the north - use cau­tion. Very rocky shores to the south. West Kelowna Yacht Club – (250) 768–5472. Locked gate - mem­bers only. Pumpout sta­tion, wa­ter, and wash­rooms are pro­vided. Pow­ers Point Park (north side of yacht club) – Pic­nic ta­bles and a large ce­ment boat launch lo­cated here - watch for the marked swim­ming area. No boats on shore.

Ma­rina Park – Nice beaches with a play­ground and swim­ming ar­eas on the south side of the WYC break­wa­ter.

Gel­latly – Named after David E. Gel­latly in 1900; he shipped the first cars of pota­toes and was known as “The Potato King of the Okana­gan.” He did more to foster the veg­etable in­dus­try than any other man ever to have lived in the Okana­gan. Pri­vate beaches and docks for 800 m south.

10. Peb­ble Beach Park – The sign be­side the small, cedar, flat–roofed build­ing says “Sub­ma­rine Pipe.” A beau­ti­ful bay with shel­ter from north winds. Avoid pri­vate beaches and docks. There is some beach­ing south of the last homes and be­low the rock walls for ap­prox­i­mately 400 m south (up to the “No Trespassing” sign). Watch for rocks close to the sur­face.

11. Seclu­sion Bay Re­sort - A great place to stay and enjoy the beauty of the Okana­gan. Small day beach­ing ar­eas north and south.

12. This marks the deep­est wa­ters south of Okana­gan Lake bridge; 205 m. (672 feet).

13. Scrug­gins Reef – The rocks are very close to the sur­face for about 100 m off­shore. On a clear day, if you look care­fully in the wa­ter, you will see what looks like a Pro­pel­ler Grave­yard - good div­ing spot. Many peo­ple have dam­aged, bro­ken, or lost their props here - use cau­tion! Pil­ings by the shores so beach with care.

14. Nice bay of­fer­ing shel­ter from north and south winds. There are some beach­ing ar­eas to the north. Rocky shore - beach with care.

15. A small bay with shel­ter from south winds. No beach­ing for 1.6 km south.

16. Small peb­ble beach - beach with care. Shel­ter from south winds. Pri­vate docks to the north.

17. Large bay of­fer­ing shel­ter from south winds. Rocky shore - no beach­ing. Pri­vate prop­erty to the north.

18. Beach­ing ar­eas north of the house and or­chard. Beach with care.

19. Small bay with a beach­ing area at the south end. Sign on shores says “No Moor­age Overnight.” Avoid pri­vate docks to the north.

20. Pri­vate beaches and docks - no beach­ing. Shel­ter from south winds. Water­skiers should ski a proper dis­tance away from pri­vate docks in Mal­ibu Bay.

21. It has pic­nic ta­bles, a play­ground, wash­rooms, beach­ing ar­eas, a small dock and marked swim­ming ar­eas. There is a swim­ming area north of the point and beach­ing south. Divers - It’s busy here so have a look­out in the boat.

22. Large, con­tem­po­rary, multi–level, white house with tennis courts close to the beach that stands out from a con­sid­er­able dis­tance.

23. Beau Se­jour Beach – Nice peb­ble beach with

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