A. Shelter Bay Marina – Guest moorage, gas, rentals, and a pump out. Public boat launch with five metre water depth.
B. Downtown Marina - offering temporary moorage in the heart of downtown Kelowna. There is a sani-station, watercraft rental, fuel and a store. Call (250) 763-5599.
C. Water Street Boat Launch. One of Kelowna's largest boat launches with lots of pay parking at Prospera Place. Ice, refreshments and takeout food. Call ahead (250) 860-1141 and pull up to the large city dock.
1. Small private inlet. Do not make waves and be careful when entering the inlet shallow water.
2. Green Bay – Private beaches and docks for 800 m north and south - no beaching. Any waves can cause damage to the properties. Shelter from south winds.
3. Kalamoir Park – No overnight camping. Nice beaches, hiking trails, a marked swimming area, and washrooms. Preferred beaching to the north of the swimming area - watch for rocks. There are beaches for 800 m north as well. South of the large culvert are private beaches with three mooring buoys.
4. Casa Loma Residential Area – Beautiful homes. Private beaches and a small boat launch. No beaching for about 800 m north and south of the point. The bay will give you good shelter from south winds. Sign on shore says “Cable.”
5. Casa Loma Village – Casa Loma Orchards – Private beaches and docks. No beaching for 800 m south - marshy with shallow waters.
6. Siwash Point – Formerly an Indian village of considerable size called “Tsin– Stik–Op–Tin,” it was close to the Okanagan Bridge and the old Brigade trail. The excavation cavities that were dug for fire pits in the centre of the lodges can still be seen - shelter from south winds.
7. Old Ferry Docks - If you choose to venture onto the docks be very careful. There are private beaches and docks on both sides with a private boat launch on the south side. Shelter from south winds on both sides and marshy areas on the east side. Dive Site - A tire reef at 10 metres west of dock.
8. Beautiful bay with shelter from south winds. Private beach containing a marshy area. No beaching for 1.6 km north.
9. Raymer Bay Regional Park – Children’s playground, fire pits, outhouse, and sandy beaches. Watch for swimming areas. Boats are not permitted on beach use mooring buoys.
10. Poplar Point – Private beaches and docks south of Sutherland Park and north for 400 m.
11. Sutherland Park – Sandy beaches, children’s play-ground, washrooms, and a boat launch with beaching on the north side. Shallow water provides for good anchorage - shelter from south winds.
12. Manhattan Point – Light - Named after Manhattan, New York by F.R.E. Dehart, Mayor of Kelowna, in 1909. Do not pass between the light and the shore as the water is very shallow and one would be at great risk of hitting bottom. There is also a 25-metre dock.
13. Water Front Park – High cement breakwater. Sometimes kite flyers can be seen in the park. On the north side is Tugboat Bay - watch for marked swimming areas. Dive Site - In the bay, below the Dolphins, is a cabin cruiser about ten metres down. The cabin was knocked off during construction of the new park.
14. Kelowna Yacht Club – Kelowna Yacht Club – (250-762-3310). Members only – key-card lock security. There is a public boat launch North of the Club. The popular launch to the South has been closed. Youth/adult programs and watersport rentals are available to the public.
15. Kelowna Inner Harbor – Six cautionary white buoy markers with lights. Maximum speed is 8 km/h. When entering the bay there will be a large public dock on the east end of the bay. Shelter from south winds. Kerry Park – Home of the “Sails” and the “Ogopogo” sculpture. The small dock can be used for temporary mooring. Some beaching on both sides of the dock. Dive Site - A small boat at 13 metres.
16. Kelowna City Park – Children’s water park and playground, Hot Sands Beach, Veendam Garden, rose and flower gardens, washrooms, tables and benches, concession, Kelowna Lawn Bowling Club, a track and beach volleyball. There is a beaching area closer to the bridge at the south end of the marked swimming area.
17. Okanagan Lake Floating Bridge – The longest floating bridge in Canada. The floating portion is 700 metres. No wake zone.
18. Strathcona Beach – Nice beaches with marked swimming areas. There are picnic tables and tennis courts in the park. You can see the hospital behind the park.
19. Siebell Maude–Roxby Bird Sanctuary – After World War II, Victor and Siebell (Maude–Roxby) bought a lakeside property and a marsh, which harboured a myriad of birds. They built a home here to enjoy the water and wildlife they loved so much. The boardwalks must be used in order to preserve the marsh areas. Do not venture off the boardwalks so we can all enjoy its beauty.
20. Kinsmen Beach Park – Children’s playground, washrooms, concession, and a shallow swimming area which extends out a considerable distance. Beach with care on the north end - shelter from north winds in the bay.
21. Fascieux Creek - “Cable” sign on shore.
22. Boyce Gyro Park & Beach – Children’s playground, washrooms, concession, and shallow swimming area. Small beaching area north but avoid private beaches and docks.
23. Rotary Park Beach – A windsurfer’s haven. Picnic tables, children’s playground, sandy beach, and swimming areas - no beaching. Avoid private beaches and docks. Watch for the many kitesurfers and windsurfers.
24. Lakeshore Boat Launch – Large parking lot for vehicle and trailers. Six cautionary buoys with lights. Maximum speed is 8 km/h. You will see one port buoy (red) and one starboard buoy (green) indicating the channel where dredging was done. Water is very shallow - use caution.
25. Mission Creek – Do not enter the creek. North to the Okanagan Lake Bridge the water is very shallow; as far as a 100 metres off shore at some places.
26. Bluebird Beach – Small beaching area on the south side. A large, white, sixstory condominium building to the south can be seen from a distance.