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A. Lake Okana­gan Re­sort/ma­rina - Great food and fan­tas­tic views. Golf, ten­nis, horse­back rid­ing and hik­ing are avail­able here. Fuel and boat rentals are avail­able.

Owaissi Angli­can Camp – Pri­vate camp. Look for a dock with a white cross on it. Shel­ter from south­west winds.

The small, flat-roofed build­ing is the place of wa­ter in­take for Lake Okana­gan Re­sort. There is a small rock out­crop in front of the pic­nic table to the south and three moor­ing buoys. Ben’s Bay - In the shade of a birch tree the cir­cle friends is com­pleted. Dive Site - There is a small boat and a small house­boat 30 me­tres off the ma­rina dock.

Small, peb­ble beach­ing ar­eas with six moor­ing buoys.

Girl Guide Camp Me­wata – At the small point there is a swim­ming area - pri­vate beaches and docks.

Shel­ter Cove – Avoid pri­vate beaches and docks. The south end of the cove has shel­ter from south winds.

Sign on shore says “Ca­ble.” There is a large, white, three story house just to the south of the ca­ble sign.

Rock walls with one small beach­ing area. Note - there is room for only one boat at a time. Re­spect pri­vate prop­erty.

Cae­sar’s Land­ing – Named af­ter Henry North­cote Cae­sar in 1893. If an­chor­ing in the bay, please re­spect pri­vate prop­erty. Dive Site - A good wall dive and at 13 me­tres there is an old car.

Nahun – Named by Howard Bruce Ken­nard in 1905. At one time it was called “Golden Gate” be­cause pack­ers on the H.B.C. Brigade Trail would bar­ri­cade it so that no horses could stray out to the rocky for­ma­tion. Please re­spect pri­vate prop­erty.

This marks the deep­est wa­ters for all of the Okana­gan Lake: 228 me­ters (748 feet). 11. Pri­vate beaches and docks - no beach­ing.

12. Pixie Beach – Some beach­ing but watch for marked swim­ming ar­eas.

Pri­vate beaches and dock - beach with care on the south side of the bay.

Nice beach­ing ar­eas to the north but be care­ful in this area. Re­spect pri­vate beaches and docks - shel­ter from south winds.

Old pil­ings here and watch for swim­ming ar­eas. Sign on shore says “Ca­ble.”

Okana­gan Cen­tre – There is a Gen­eral Store within walk­ing dis­tance. Okana­gan Cen­tre was pur­chased by the Mad­dock Brothers in 1907. They laid out the town­ship in 1909, and soon af­ter, school­ing com­menced in the church. The Lake Coun­try Mu­seum now oc­cu­pies the old school house on Beach Rd. Cen­tre­piece is held on La­bor Day (Sun­day) each year and is a high­light of the Mu­seum.

Okana­gan Cen­tre Break­wa­ter – Small craft har­bour with a boat launch to the south. Some beach­ing ar­eas to the south and north. Good shel­ter from north and south winds is found in the break­wa­ter. There are nice peb­ble beaches north, up to the old wharf.

Nice peb­ble beaches - beach with care and re­spect pri­vate prop­er­ties.

Peb­ble beaches to the north and south of point. Some pri­vate beaches and docks - re­spect the pri­vate docks.

A large, solid, ce­ment build­ing that stands 10 me­tres tall (a note­wor­thy ref­er­ence/fix point).

A nice bay - look for the large, white ea­gle on a house (by the Cana­dian flag) to the south. Shel­ter from north winds.

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