Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park
Vernon, British Columbia, Canada

Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park
encompasses 978 hectares of
pristine natural beauty. The area
is made up of rolling slopes
and forested ridges of
Douglas fir, ponderosa pine,
black cottonwood and
lodgepole pine.

Paved trails make their way
down to beautiful private beaches,
and is filled with informative
signs that let you know about the
flora and fauna along the trails.

The park also offers over10 km
of trails for hiking and in winter
cross-country skiing.
Mountain biking and horses are
allowed on designated trails.

There are no camping facilities
within the park, however the park
offers a variety of day-use activities.

Juniper Bay is the most
developed area in the park,
this area is wheelchair accessible
and has a children’s playground,
picnic tables, toilets, water and
a swimming area.

There are additional swimming
areas at Jade Bay and Cosens Bay.

The park is located on
College Way off of Highway #97,
10 km south of Vernon.

Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park
Vernon, British Columbia, Canada

Day-Use Parking Fees
There is a day-use vehicle
parking fee of $1.00 / vehicle
for the first hour or $3.00 or
$5.00 / vehicle/day
(including all taxes).

All fees collected are
reinvested into all provincial
parks and protected areas throughout British Columbia
and not just limited to
the fee-collecting parks.

www.Kalamalka Provincial Park

Home PageQuick LinksHelpContact Us

Kalamalka Lake Prov Park

Play VideoPrevious PageNext PageKalamalka Lake Provincial Park Map
The Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park Video was produced by
Golchuk Digital Media for Okanagan Attractions.ca