Kelowna is the Okanagan’s largest city — and it’s growing rapidly. Only an 11- minute drive from our property, this urban centre is alive with boutiques, restaurants, cafés, and entertainment. Yet, it still feels intimate. Surrounding the city is a sea of wineries, golf courses, nature trails, sandy beaches, and rugged mountains. Not only a coveted vacation destination, welcoming visitors from around the globe, Kelowna is a desirable place to live.


In British Columbia’s heartland, the Okanagan Valley charms all with its sunny climate, picturesque landscapes, spectacular wildlife, shimmering lakes, energizing activities, and gratifying food and wine. This region is affectionately known as the Napa of the North, and is home to hundreds of wineries, farms, orchards, and mountain trails. Only an hour by air or four hours by car from Vancouver, people return again and again to this beguiling destination.

Infinite Ways to Ignite the Soul

While you would be perfectly entertained staying within Château Okanagan, there are innumerable activities throughout the Okanagan that will also enrapture your attention.


With a favourable year-round climate, there is always an ideal time to visit the Okanagan. A semi-arid desert region means beautifully warm summers and mild winters, topped off with 2,000 hours of annual sunshine.


A warming temperature and blossoming flowers will beckon you outdoors to golf, hike, or bike, and spring wine festivals are a lively celebration not to be missed.


Feel the sun’s glow on your face and body as you float languorously on the cool lake waters or laze on a lounger — keep a bowl of juicy local fruit by your side.

Typical Harvest Season: Cherries, Apricots, Peaches, Berries, Plums, Apples


The fall wine festivals and grape harvest invite you to indulge in delicious glasses of aromatic reds, crisp whites, or dazzling rosés — with the red and orange tree leaves offering a dramatic backdrop.

Typical Harvest Season: Grapes, Plums, Pears, Apples


Fresh powder blankets the earth to produce gorgeous runs for skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing. With multiple fireplaces and bisque soup in the kitchen, life is cozy in Château Okanagan.