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OFFICIAL VISITOR GUIDE

for PEACHLAND in the heart of the okanagan

PHOTO: TRAVIS OLENIAK

2018

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Contents Paradise (Welcome message) .

2018 Official Visitor Guide for Peachland is published by Aberdeen Publishing and distributed in conjunction with the Peachland Visitor Centre. All data and information was compiled in affiliation with the Peachland Visitor Centre and various contributors listed below. To obtain additional copies please visit or contact: Peachland Visitor Centre 5684 Beach Avenue Peachland BC V0H 1X6 250-767-2455 visitpeachland@gmail.com destinationpeachland.com

Thank You!

. . . 2-3 2018 Peachland Events. . . . . . . . . 4-5 Peachland Visitor Centre . . . . . . . . . 6 Gathering Peachland’s Past. . . . . . . . 7 Wineries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11 Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive (BND). . . . 8 Bottleneck Drive members. . . . . . 10-11 MAP - Bottleneck Drive . . . . . . . . 11 Food & Beverage . . . . . . . . . . . 12-14 Activities & Attractions. . . . . . . . 15-29 . . . . . . . . . 15 Peachland goes District of Peachland Events. . . . . . . . 18 The Bats of Peachland . . . . . . . . . 20 MAP - Bat House Interpretive Trail . . . . 21 MAP - Peachland . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Trails. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Rubber Ducky Race . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Okanagan Boys & Girls Club. . . . . . . 26 Rattlesnake Island Swim . . . . . . . . . 29 Harvest Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Peachland Resource Guide . . . . . . 31-32 Shopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35 Peachland’s World of Wheels. . . . . 36-37 Accommodations. . . . . . . . . . 38-43 Vacation Rentals. . . . . . . . . 38-39 Resorts & Campgrounds. . . . . . 40-41 Bed & Breakfast . . . . . . . . . . 42-43 Poem (Peachland Mornings). . . . inside back cover

PHOTO: BARRY YEATS

There were many contributors to the 2018 Official Visitor Guide for Peachland. Here are a few... Joey Byatt - Peachand Visitor Centre Jennifer Clute - Peachand Visitor Centre Dagmar White - Peachand Visitor Centre Doris Muhs - Peachand Visitor Centre Christina McMaster - Wellness Centre Patricia Barrows - Boys and Girls Club Rachel Truant - Boys and Girls Club

Ben Springer - Recreation Coordinator, DOP Darlene Hartford - BEEPS Donita Dyer - Bottleneck Drive Travis Oleniak - Front Cover Photo (top of Pincushion Mtn) Barry Yeats - Photo on Contents page Mary Kletchko, Peachland View - Design and Layout Tracey Woodward, Peachland View - Ad Sales

Thank you also to all of you who sent in your photos and stories, some of which we were able to use.


Paradise... just a bridge

PHOTO: BARRY YEATS

This is Peachland, a small community of about 5,400 people, situated along an almost endless section of Lake Okanagan. My name is Doris, and my husband and I have been living in Peachland since early 2008. We knew of the town when we still lived in Edmonton, Alberta. We made our annual Spring trip to the Okanagan for a taste of Summer while Alberta was still just getting out from under the snow. Like the many people who came before us to this part of BC, starting with the First Nations, the farmers, the miners and gold prospectors, the fruit and wine growers and all the holiday seekers, we were mesmerized by the tranquility of Okanagan Lake. After a few visits here we knew we wanted to retire to this part of Canada. It felt like a homecoming to us when we moved here, as if in spirit we had always been here. I am an outdoors person and like to hike or bike, or glide my kayak along the shoreline of Okanagan Lake. Peachland offers all of that and a lot more. Our town has an unprecedented 7 km of publicly accessible lake shore. The back country of Peachland invites hikers of all abilities to explore Nature. They say one has to do the hike up Pincushion Mountain before being called a true Peachlander. One of my favourite hikes is the Drought Hill Trail in Spring when the Arrowleaf Balsamroot flowers, aka the Okanagan Sunflowers, are in bloom and one walks through a carpet of yellow flowers. The purpose of this Peachland Visitor’s Guide is to assist visitors plan their stay in our community and also remind residents of all the activities that are waiting for them to explore in Peachland. We have a great arts community that engages the public with events like “Sip and Paint” held at various local restaurants every month. Our festivals are legendary, with Peachland’s World of Wheels bringing together car enthusiasts from across the Okanagan. Our Centennial Walkway along the beach is another favourite for visitors and residents alike. On Sundays during the Summer, we have a popular farmers market that offers vegetables and fruits grown in the region. On four Sundays during July and August, we can all enjoy the Rotary Peace Concerts in Heritage Park featuring a wide range of musical genres from Country and Western to Classical Opera.

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and a hill away from the city Our restaurants combine good food with a great setting along the lake. Whether sitting in the Beer Garden of the Gasthaus on the Lake, the Beach Avenue Café or any other restaurant in town, the Lake is only a stone’s throw away while enjoying award winning cuisine. While Peachland has become a popular destination for tourists, it also features a special group of seasonal guests. Every Summer one of the largest Yuma bat colonies in BC takes up temporary residence in the attic of our old Schoolhouse. The bats have become a landmark of Peachland with exhibits in the Peachland Visitor Centre and along the Bat Trail. The presence of the bats has one great impact for Peachland – thanks to their appetite for bugs, our area is virtually mosquito-free! You see from my comments that there is so much to do in town and in our neighbourhood. And I haven’t begun to talk about the many wineries that have popped up in the Okanagan. Wine tours ranging from 3 hours to a whole day can be booked with local operators. The added benefit of this is one does not have to worry about driving or potentially missing a winery worth visiting. Visitors and locals who enjoy being on-line can access a dozen beacons from the north to the south entrances of Peachland, as well as the free WIFI system in the downtown core. Speaking as a resident, I like living in a small town and at the same time being relatively close to a larger population centre, such as Kelowna. That is why I chose to title this message Paradise... just a bridge and a hill away from the City. I welcome you to explore our little town—it may be the beginning of a great and lasting friendship! ~ Doris Muhs

DID YOU KNOW? Along Peachland’s Centennial Pathway, you’ll notice a ‘buffer zone’ of tall grass, lavender and other colourful plants between the pathway and Beach Avenue. These act as both a pleasant border between pedestrian and vehicle traffic and also as a bio filter, protecting the lake from road runoff! 3


2018 PEACHLAND EVENTS Date

Event

Details

Contact

Various

Peachland Art Gallery

At the Peachland Historic School. Sept-June Tues-Sat 9-4pm & Sun 10-4 pm; July & August open daily 9-5 pm

250-767-7422 www.peachlandarts.ca

Various

Artisan Indoor Market

October to April, the first and third Saturday of each month at the Peachland Historic Primary School. Artisans & wine tasting

250-767-2455 www.chamberpeachland.com

Various

Legion Meat Draws

Peachland Legion: Thurs 4-5 pm, Sat 3-5 pm and Sun 2-4 pm

250-767-9404

May-Sep

Peachland Farmers & Crafters Market

May 27 to Sept 30, 10 am-2 pm on Sundays. Farm fresh products and crafts at Heritage Park. No Market on Canada Day (July 1st)

250.317.0407 www.peachlandfarmersandcraftersmarket.ca

Various

BC Bat Watch; Bat Counts

At the Peachland Historic School. Meet at dusk to count the bats. June 1 & 15, July 20 and August 3

250-767-2455 visitpeachland@gmail.com

Feb 9

Family Trivia & Potluck

6-8 pm. Just in time for Family Day, bring your family and 250-767-2515 friends to the Peachland Boys and Girls Club for a night of peachland@obgc.ca trivia challenges and enjoy a great meal together

Feb 12-18 HeArts Festival

Artisan showcase and open house. Demonstrations and workshops. For events please visit the website.

Deb 250-767-6796 www.peachlandarts.ca

Mar 2

Volunteer Recognition Breakfast Invitation to organizations & volunteers to enjoy a Council 250-767-2133 prepared breakfast. RSVP required.

www.peachland.ca

Mar 11

Kettle Valley Brakemen Concert Grand Opening - Gathering Peachland’s Past Peachland Sportsmen Game Banquet

2 pm at the 50+ Centre

250-767-9133

At 1 pm - Historic interpretive display, guest speakers, artisan market, wine and treats at the Visitor’s Ctre

250-767-2455; visitpeachland@gmail.com

Mar 31

Easter Egg Hunt

Spring crafts, activities & an Easter egg hunt. For children 250-767-2515 3 and older, $5/child. 11-12:30pm. Volunteers welcome. peachland@obgc.ca Pre-register by March 27

Apr 14

Rubber Ducky Race

11 am-1 pm at Trepanier Beach Park – Numbered ducks will race down Trepanier Creek. Prizes, games, face painting and refreshments. Racing duck tickets at the VIC

Apr 15

2 pm at the 50+ Centre Peachland Variety Singers Concert Westbank Lions Community Hall Peachland Lions Divas & Diamonds Miniature Dollhouse Show & Sale 10am-3pm at the Community Centre. Admission $3

250-767-9133

Plant & Garden Sale Peachland Lions Charity Golf Tournament Kids & Families Learn-to-Fish

At 4th Street Place

Gayle 778-755-4036

Summerland Golf & Country Club

Gary 250-767-3491 gr.brooks@hotmail.com

Shannon Lake Regional Park Sat 10am-2pm. Equipment provided – Peachland Sportsmen

www. peachlandsportsmens.ca

Drinking Habits 2 Caught in the Act. Weekday evening performances and weekend matinee at 4th St Place. Tickets at Westbank UPS and Peachland Pharmacy

Rhoda 250-767-2196

Mar 17 Mar 24

Apr 21 Apr 28 Apr 28 Apr 29 May 5Jun 16

May 11-14 Peachland Little Theatre

Dinner open to the public. Tickets $40 person. Brent 250-767-6690 Purchase tickets at Valley Glass Westbank (250-768-7266) www.peachlandsportsmens.ca

250.767-2455 visitpeachland@gmail.com

Shelley 250-767-0082 shelleysweeney@shaw.ca Barb 250.767.2842 barbandpaulyeo@shaw.ca

Gala Dinner Dance at the Community Centre Peachland Rotary Gala Interactive presentation about bat biology, behaviors & Go Batty in Peachland (part of the Meadowlark Festival) conservation at the Visitor Information Centre. Includes a

250-767-2455

Art Show and Sale at the Community Centre, Sat 6-9 pm and Sun 10 am-4 pm

Don 250-768-5861 www.peachlandarts.ca

Various

Peachland World of Wheels Car Show Peachland Art Group Annual Art Show & Sale Summer Art Program

At the Little Schoolhouse. July Thu-Sat 11 am-4 pm; Aug Wed-Sat 11 am- 4 pm; Sunday tea July & aug 1-4pm featuring local artists and artisans

Sharon 250-575-8226

Various

Summer Reading Club – Book Trip 10-11am – Wed July 5, 12, 19, 26 and Aug 2, 30

Peachland Library 250-767-9111

Various

Rotary Peace Concert Series in the Park

Patrick 250-470-8557 peachlandrotary.com

May 12 May 17

Peggy 250-767-6689

walk along the Bat Interpretive Trail & kid’s activities

May 20 May 26-27

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Car, truck, motorcycle, and antique boat show on Beach Ave. Pam 250-767-6718 www.peachlandworldofwheels.ca

July 22 & 29 and August 12 & 19. Entertainment in Heritage Park 4-5 pm. Food Service available at 3pm.

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2018 PEACHLAND EVENTS Date

Event

Details

Contact

June 23

Rose Show

Entry tags can be purchased on Fri June 22 at the Community Centre 4-6 pm. Open to the public Sat June 23 from 11-4pm by donation. Refreshments offered

Phyllis 250-767-2546

July 1

Peachland Beach Run & Canada Day Celebrations Canada Day Pancake Breakfast Peachland Riding Club – Canada Day Barrel Race & Roping

5K/10K run (registration required) Activities and Entertainment, Parade and Fireworks

250-767-2133 www.peachland.ca

At the 50+ Centre.

250-767-9133

10am start. Free for spectators at the Riding Club

250-718-2761 www.peachlandridingclub.com

Sportsmen Association – Fishing is Forever Movie in the Park

Provides people with disabilities the opportunity to learn to fish at Heritage Park.

Mike 250-767-2150 www.peachlandsportsmens.ca

BC Day Pancake Breakfast Rattlesnake Island Swim

At the 50+ Centre

250-767-9133

3.1K and 7K swims at Swim Bay. Registration required. Volunteers welcome

www.rattlesnakeislandswim.com

Labour Day Pancake Breakfast 99th Annual Peachland Fall Fair

At the 50+ Centre

250-767-9133

Sept 8, 9

Sew it, grow it, show it at the Community Centre

Martha 250-767-9461 www.peachlandfallfair.ca

Sept 22

Musical Extravaganza

At the Peachland Community Centre. Banquet & Entertainment

250-767-0141; peachlandwellnesscentre.ca

Sept 28

Glow Run

3K/5K Run in the dark at Heritage Park

250-767-2133 www.peachland.ca

Sept 29

Peachland Rotary Murder Mystery Dinner & Mayhem Scarecrow Festival

At the 50+ Centre

Madeline 778-214-1999

Scarecrows in the Parks and in front of businesses throughout the week. Entertainment and Awards Oct 7

Doris 250-767-2391

10th Anniversary High School Rodeo Halloween Family Dance Party

4pm Friday, 9am Saturday and Sunday

250.718.2761 www.peachlandridingclub.com

Entertainment, games, and refreshments at the Community Centre

250.767.2133 www.peachland.ca

Various Nov/Dec

Christmas Artisan Market

At the Peachland Art Gallery – all original artwork, unique gifts, jewellery, pottery, ornaments, carvings. Tuesday to Saturday 9-4pm, Sun 10-4pm

250-767-7422 www.peachlandarts.ca

Nov 3

Local vendors share their crafts and wares at the Community Centre

250-767-3131

Nov 11

St Margaret’s Church Christmas Fair Remembrance Day Services

Nov 24

Christmas Craft Fair

Local vendors share their crafts and wares at the Community Centre

250-767-0141; www.peachlandwellnesscentre.ca

Nov 24

Collectible jewellery, artwork, handmade items and bake sale at the United Church

250.767.2206

Nov 28Dec 2

Peachland United Church Christmas Sale Craft Sale Peachland Little Theatre Christmas Play

Weekday evening performances, and weekend matinee. Tickets available at Westbank UPS and Peachland Pharmacy

Rhoda 250-767-2196 www.peachlandplayers.ca

Dec 7

Pre Light Up Party

At the Peachland Historic School. Craft and songs (Boys and Girls Club), storytime (BEEPS), artisan market (VIC) and Art Gallery - 4:30-6:00 pm

250-767-2515 or 250-767-2455

Dec 7

Christmas Light Up

Parade, light up ceremony, entertainment, visits with Santa at Heritage Park

250.767.2133 www.peachland.ca

Dec 8

Breakfast with Santa

Breakfast, entertainment and visits with Santa at the Community Centre

250.767.2133 www.peachland.ca

Dec 8

Pet Pictures with Santa

At the Peachland Wellness Centre

250-767-0141 peachlandwellnesscentre.ca

Dec 9

At the 50+ Centre, 2 pm

Phyllis 250-767-2546

At the 50+ Centre

250-767-9133

Dec 25

Variety Singers Concert Christmas Potluck Community Christmas Dinner

So no one is alone on Christmas Day.

250-767-0141 peachlandwellnesscentre.ca

Jan 1 2019

2019 New Year’s Day Polar Bear Swim/Walk/Run

Go for a run or a splash, warm up with hot chocolate at the Community Centre. Volunteers welcome

250.767.2133 www.peachland.ca

July 1 Jun 30July 1 July 21 Jul 27 Aug 5 Aug 11 Sept 2

Sep 30 Oct 31 Oct 5-7 Oct 27

Nov 25

Dec 14

Cousins Park. Sponsored by Larry & Cecile Guilbault of Larry 250-826-2047 Coldwell Banker (in support of the Okanagan Boys & Girls Club) www.peachlandmovie.com

Community Remembrance at 10:30 am at the Community 250-767-9100 Centre. Public reception following at the Peachland Legion

At the Little Schoolhouse, 9 am-4 pm

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Peachland Visitor Center

– more than just information–

Big smiles, exceptional customer service, tourism information and promotion: all the trappings of a successful visitor centre. But did you know that the Peachland Visitor Centre is so much more than that? The 2017/2018 season has been unbelievably successful for the visitor centre and its pursuit of excellence. The team at the Peachland Visitor Centre has worked and continues to work tirelessly to build upon and implement new displays, practices to connect with visitors and locals and new avenues to promote the Town of Peachland. Keep up to date with our newsletter by emailing visitpeachland@gmail.com. Gift Shop: Did you know that the visitor centre has a vibrant gift shop? It boasts art work, clothing, accessories and other Okanagan related products from local artisans. We proudly display and encourage visitors to shop local and host the Peachland Indoor Artisan Market during winter and spring. What a great way to support the local economy! Peachland’s Bats: The visitor centre is also the home base for BEEPS (Bat Education and Ecological Protection Society). Don’t know about our Peachland bats? Drop in and explore our Bat Interpretive Display. One of our staff members will happily tell you the story of how the bats were discovered in the attic and their positive impact on the environment. Interpretive Centre: We are expanding. We’re so pleased to present “Gathering Peachland’s Past…” historic display! See page 7 for more information. Art Gallery: Feelin’ artsy? We’ve got you covered there, too! The Peachland Art Gallery hosts several exhibits throughout the year, displaying the likes of fine art, acrylics and other diverse styles. If you haven’t had a chance to visit us, or if it’s been some time,w we encourage you to come down and see how the historic building has evolved and what’s next for the future.

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Step Back in Time

The Peachland Visitor Centre proudly presents “Gathering Peachland’s Past…” Supported by the Province of British Columbia through the British Columbia | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada grant program. Step back in time for a glimpse of how the history and development of Peachland’s resources helped shape the quaint town it is today.

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WINERIES Take your time on Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive WINERIES

Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive is a gem in the Okanagan Valley, with delights at every turn. Winding roads and rolling hills invite you to slow down and explore first-class wineries, cideries, distilleries and, a craft brewery. See map and list of members on pages 10-11. Meet friendly proprietors and knowledgeable staff while sampling award-winning products from 24 Bottleneck Drive members. Unique tasting experiences await and are easy to find as signs guide you along Bottleneck Drive. Many member locations offer comfortable and family-friendly picnic areas, while others also feature bistros. In the spring, Summerland’s orchards are awash with blossoms. In the fall, the warm air is fragrant with the smell of apples. Bottleneck Drive includes three traditional cideries, one brewery and two distilleries making vinegar to apple brandy, which is reflective of Summerland’s strong agricultural heritage. Summerland has a complex geological history, varied exposure and sub-climates. Wineries offer diverse styles including award-winning sparkling wines, crisp whites and complex reds. Bottleneck Drive features several organic and natural wineries; don’t be surprised to see chickens roaming the vineyards as well as other earth-friendly practices. Many of Bottleneck Drive’s wineries feature elegant tasting rooms and modern architecture that is striking against a backdrop of lush green vineyards, open skies and the deep blue waters of Lake Okanagan.  Summerland’s quaint Town Centre features shops, artisans, and cafes, including Bottleneck Drive associate members. Watch for special Bottleneck Drive events including the Grand Sommelier Express (June 2018) and the famous Light Up the Vines celebration each November.  Stop by the Visitors Centre for a map of Bottleneck Drive and friendly advice

For more information visit www.bottleneckdrive.com.

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BISTRO

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250.469.2447

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WINERIES

WINERY MEMBERS 1

8th Generation Vineyard 6807 Highway 97 250-494-1783 8thgeneration.com

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Savard Vines 25200 Callan Rd 250-494-1926 savardvines.ca

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Dirty Laundry Vineyard 7311 Fiske Street 250-494-8815 dirtylaundry.ca

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Saxon Estate Winery 9819 Lumsden Avenue 250-494-0311 saxonwinery.com

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Estate Thurn Winery Craft Distillery/ Vinegar Brewery 5214 Monro Ave nue 250-809-2077 bodega1117.com

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Silkscarf Family Boutique Winery 4917 Gartrell Road 250-494-7455 silkw.net

Evolve Cellars 20623 McDougald Road 778-516-7728 evolvecellars.com

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Sleeping Giant Fruit Winery 6206 Canyon View Road 250-494-0377 sleepinggiantfruitwinery.com

Fitzpatrick Family Vineyards 697 Highway 97 South 250-767-2768 fitzwine.com

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Summerland Estate Winery 21606 Bridgeman Road 250-494-9323 summerlandestatewinery.com

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Giant Head Estate Winery 4307 Gartrell Road 250-460-0749 giantheadwinery.com

Sumac Ridge Estate Winery 17403 Highway 97 North 250-494-0451 sumacridge.com

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Heaven’s Gate Estate Winery 8001 Happy Valley Road 778-516-5505 heavensgatewinery.ca

SummerGate Winery 11612 Morrow Avenue 250-583-9973 summergate.ca

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TH Wines #1 - 9576 Cedar Avenue 250-494-8334 thwines.com

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Thornhaven Estates Winery 6816 Andrew Avenue 250-494-7778 thornhaven.com

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Lunessence Winery & Vineyard 5716 Gartrell Road 778-516-3131 lunessencewinery.com Okanagan Crush Pad 16576 Fosbery Road 250-494-4445 okanagancrushpad.com Sage Hills Estate Vineyard & Winery 18555 Matsu Drive 250-276-4344 sagehillswine.com

CIDER & BREWERY MEMBERS 20

Detonate Brewing #104 - 9503 Cedar Avenue 250-718-3554 detonatebrewing.com

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Dominion Cider Co. 10216 Gould Avenue 778-516-8006 dominioncider.com

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NOMAD Cider 8011 Simpson Road 250-469-6601 nomadcider.ca

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Summerland Heritage Cider Company 3113 Johnson Street 778-738-1155 summerlandcider.com

DISTILLERY MEMBER 24

Alchemist Distiller #101 - 18006 Bentley Road 250-317-6454 alchemistdistiller.ca

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Summerland’s Bottleneck Drive

IGA Summerland 7519 Prairie Valley Road 250-494-4376

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Kettle Valley Steam Railway 18404 Bathville Road 250-494-8422 kettlevalleyrail.org

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Local on Lakeshore 12817 Lakeshore Drive 250-494-8855 thelocalgroup.ca

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Maple Roch 13224 Victoria Road North 778-516-7624 mapleroch.com

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Peacock’s Perch Cold Beer & Wine Store 114216 Rosedale Ave 250-494-9666

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Summerland Waterfront Resort & Spa 13011 Lakeshore Drive 250-494-8180 summerlandresorthotel.com

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True Grain Bread 10108 Main Street 250-494-4244 truegrain.ca

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R E STAU R A NTS A ND CAS UAL FARE A&W

5500 Clements Cresc, by Hwy 97 250-767-9557 | www.aw.ca

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Beach Avenue Café

5853 Beach Ave 778-479-0999 | www.beachavenue.ca

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The Blind Angler

5899A Beach Ave 250-767-9264 www.blindangler.com

Bliss Bakery (ad page 13) Beach & 13th Ave 250-767-2711 | www.blissbakery.ca

Cook’s Mill (ad page 14)

Royal Canadian Legion #69 4407-2nd Street 250-767-9404

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Dragon Lotus (ad page 14)

6575 Hwy 97 250-767-0014 | dragonlotusrestaurant.com

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Edgewater Pub & Grill 5830 Beach Ave 250-767-9579

1st & Beach Bar & Grill

5866 Beach Ave 250-575-9396 | firstandbeach.com

Gasthaus on the Lake (ad page 13) 5790 Beach Ave 250-767-6625 | www.gasthaus.ca Murray’s Pizza

Clement Cresc, Shopping Centre by Hwy 97 250-767-9009

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91 Restaurant

5818 Beach Ave 250-863-2294 www.91restaurant.ca

Peachland Sushi

Clements Cresc, Shopping Centre by Hwy97 778-479-0888

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Ships Ahoy

5860A Beach Ave 250-767-2225

Subway Peachland

Clements Cresc, Shopping Centre by Hwy 97 778-479-3235

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5842B Beach Ave 250-767-3255 | @wfgrill (Facebook)

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A PEACHLANDER’S STORY

Why we love it here! A vacation vibe was in the air, as we sipped our wine amongst happy tourists and locals on the Gasthaus’ sunny patio. With our kids back home in Calgary, it was easy to forget we only had two days left to buy a house. Sensing our stress, our Realtor had suggested we take a quick trip down the highway and go for lunch in Peachland. Gazing across Beach Avenue at the glistening lake and Okanagan Mountain in the background, we felt suddenly at ease. “Maybe we should drive around and see what the houses are like here?” The rest, as they say, is history. A few months later, our two young kids helped us plant a pair of apple trees in our new backyard. Life in Peachland is amazing, and it’s not just because of the lake (we have the longest stretch of public waterfront around!) We also have tons of walking trails and the kids love running through the forest right outside our door. Everything we need shopping-wise is close by (including wineries!); there are tons of fun community events and activities to choose from; and our local school is part of the whole community. I think that’s the biggest plus for Peachland, actually. People look out for each other here. They pitch in, and they’re happy. Maybe it’s because we appreciate where we live: lake views, gardening, wineries, hiking trails, food and fun – it’s the Okanagan dream, and Peachlanders get to live it year round!

Gasthaus on the Lake Pub & Restaurant

250.767.6625 5790 Beach Avenue, Peachland | www.gasthaus.ca

live•love•laugh•loaf Artisan Bakery Organic Local Roasted Coffee The Perfect Sandwich Award Winning Soups Catering

Beach and 13th

250.767.2711 blissbakery.ca

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FOOD & BEVERAGE

by Kristen Friesen


COOK’S MILL

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Daily Specials ~ Kitchen Open 7 Days a Week

Preheat oven to 375° F

Filling

5 cups of sliced peaches cornstarch to thicken 1/2 tsp cinnamon (optional)

Biscuit Topping

Catering available

1 cup flour 1 tbsp sugar 1 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt 3 tbsp softened butter 1/2 cup milk

~ plus takeout ~

Anniversaries, Birthdays & Celebrations Let us clean up!

Meat Draws

Thursdays, Saturdays & Sundays! Great Camaraderie!

Everyone Welcome!

lounge: 250-767-9404 office: 250-767-9100

Peach Cobbler

4407-2 nd Street Peachland

In a medium pot, bring peaches to a simmer and add cornstarch to thicken. Lightly oil a deep 8” square baking dish. Put filling into baking dish. For biscuit topping, combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt in a bowl. Cut in softened butter until it is finely mixed with the dry ingredients. Mix milk into above. Drop topping by spoonful on top of sliced peaches. Bake for about 18-20 min or until topping is lightly golden. Recipe provided by Mary Kletchko

New location•menu additions

DRAGON LOTUS RESTAURANT dinner take-out vietnamese chinese

250-767-0014 6575 HIGHWAY 97, PEACHLAND, BC • DRAGONLOTUSRESTAURANT.COM 14

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Peachland BC now has an exciting new way to access all the latest Peachland fun right to your mobile device or tablet! We have our very own beacon program right here in the community.

What’s a beacon, you ask?

It is simple to participate!

A beacon is an intentionally conspicuous device designed to send select information to you, our Peachland visitors. They provide important information that you will want to know about! You will have an inside track on sales at our local shops, special menu options at local restaurants, activities to make your trip the best ever and attractions you’ll want to make sure you don’t miss! The great thing about beacons is that they are always there, rain or shine, day or night! Our beacons are placed strategically around town always willing to provide you, our visitor, with all kinds of information, 24/7!

Download the app ‘Physical Web’ on your smartphone – whatever version is compatible. Turn on your notifications and you’re set! The best part is you can download the app at the Visitor Centre; we have free WiFi! When you are near a beacon you will receive a notification on your phone, click the notification and Peachland will be at your fingertips, it’s that simple!

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PEACHLAND


ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS

Come explore!

ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS Fishing Water fun and Boating Local Events (see p.4-5) Music Festivals Art Galleries Hiking in the Parks Cycling Wineries and Wine Tours Breweries and Cideries Movies (West Kelowna x 2) Golf Courses Garden Centres Peachland Visitor Centre Zip Lining & ATV Tours Horseriding Bat Trail Tennis Skateboarding Leisure Centre Activities Eating Out Kettle Valley Railway, Summerland Farmers Markets

Okanagan ATV Tours, located right in Peachland, offers a wide variety of back country tours featuring great trails, great scenery, and great fun with many photo opportunities. Our experienced guides will lead you on an incredible ATV tour, whether you are a beginner or an expert.

Tours are available year round.

To book a tour call or text

250.717.0733

or email us at info@okanaganatvtours.com 5463 McDougald Road Peachland BC

West Kelowna, Peachland, Summerland, Penticton

Museums

www.okanaganatvtours.com

West Kelowna, Peachland and Summerland

Make Your Splash! Peachland’s Wibit Water Park is the best summer fun for kids of any age. 4200 Beach Ave Peachland, BC www.okanaganwibit.com Check out the action!

Follow us on Facebook for promotions, events and more...

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KETTLE VALLEY STEAM RAILWAY Take in the rural beauty of Summerland on this 90 minute ride on the Kettle Valley Steam Railway. Enjoy lively music and historical commentary. Visit us online or by phone for schedules or to book your 2018 ride!

Reservations are recommended!

1-877-494-8424

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2018

District of Peachland Community Events

The District of Peachland has another busy year of fantastic community events for all ages. This Spring Peachland’s dedicated volunteers will be honoured at the annual Volunteer Breakfast, Friday, March 2nd. RSVP by February 28th. May 4th, Peachland will hold the 2017 Civic Awards in recognition of outstanding citizens and service groups. July 1st will be a busy day throughout Peachland with Canada Day activities taking place throughout town: The Peachland Beach Run will start the morning with 10k and 5k runs and a 3k walk; and the Canada Day Ceremonies will start in Heritage Park at 11 am with children’s’ activities, live entertainment, cake cutting, parade, and more. The day will wrap up with fireworks at 10:30 pm. In Fall, the always popular Peachland Family Glow Run will occur on September 28th, and the Halloween Spooktacular will take place October 28th. Spaces are limited so register early! 2018 will wrap up with the Peachland Christmas Light-Up on December 7th followed by the Breakfast with Santa December 8th. Finally, ring in the New Year with the Peachland Polar Bear run (5k or 2k walk) and Polar Bear Swim on January 1st, 2019. No matter your age or ability, Peachland has something for you. For more information, visit our website, www.peachland.ca/events.

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First Nation Art & Artefacts Open Monday-Friday 10am-4pm #201-1979 Old Okanagan Hwy, Westbank, BC

Parrot Island is a unique sanctuary for abandoned and abused exotic birds. We are located in beautiful Peachland, BC in the sunny Okanagan Valley. We invite you to visit us to share in our passion for the care and love of these beautiful animals. Parrot Island appreciates any donations of money, materials or food (hazelnuts in shell, tea biscuits, bananas, grapes, carrots, oranges.) Visiting Hours Mar 15 - Oct 31 10 am - 4 pm

5090 MacKinnon Road, Peachland BC

778.755.2787(ARTS) sncewipsmuseum.org

(250) 767-9030 email: parrotisland@shaw.ca

www. parrotisland.net

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Showcasing Central Okanagan artists representing a variety of disciplines and housed in the beautiful lake front Peachland Historic School. New exhibitions monthly.

250-767-7422 PEACHLAND

COMMUNITY ARTS COUNCIL

Peachland Community Arts Council | 5684 Beach Avenue, Peachland BC

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Parrot Island


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The Bats of Peachland

The attic of Peachland Historic School is home to a colony of approximately two thousand Yuma and Little brown bat species, offering a unique model of humans happily cohabitating with bats. The Bat Education and Ecological Protection Society, fondly known as BEEPS to Peachland locals and Okanagan bat enthusiasts, strives to educate the public on the environmental and economical advantages of these flying mammals. BEEPS also encourages bat habitat preservation through the installation of bat houses. An easy 5km walking trail meanders throughout the community displaying interpretive signage and inhabited bat houses. Take on a Peachland Bat Experience by following the Bat House Interpretive Trail or participate in any of the following BEEPS’ events. tours, power point and hands on Count the Bats! activities are available for the kid in Meet at Peachland Historic School at all of us. Pre-registration required for dusk on Friday nights June through group presentations. August. Official Bat Counts with BC Bat Watch will be held on June 1 and Adopt a Bat 15, July 20 and August 3. Choose a bat, pick a name and follow your new friend’s life cycle. Learn what Chat about Bats! your bat looks like, what it eats and Bat Chats are held Wednesdays and how it survives. Details at Peachland Saturdays at 10:30 am and 2:30 pm Historic School, Legends of the Lake during July and August. Schoolhouse Interpretive Centre.

Bat Membership

BATS

Join the BEEPS team!

Annual memberships are $10.00 and 3-year memberships are $25.00. Your contribution will support the educational programs in the Legends of the Lake Interpretive Centre, as well as the ever expanding outreach programs, presented throughout the year to community and regional schools, and community groups of all ages. Corporate memberships are also available through a 4 tier program. Details at www.beepspeachland.com

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A Meadowlark Festival event! Thursday, May 17, 2018

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6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Kids Bat craft 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Bat House Interpretive Trail Walk with a Bat Biologist 8:30 pm – 9:30 pm Refreshments and Count the Bats

www.beepspeachland.com

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right at Beach Ave. and Buchanan Road. Coming from the north, a few metres from Hwy 97 on Buchanan Road. Follow stairs down. “Mammals”

Todd’s Rv Park: South end “White Nose Syndrome” Doggy Beach: Beach Avenue north “Bat Roosts” North Trail Head: Burdikin Lane Park, coming from the south, turn

Elementary School, look left and up “Predators”

Trepanier Creek Greenway Trail Head: Adjacent to Peachland

to the chain link fence; this area is public property “Food”

Gorman Pedestrian Bridge: Cross the bridge and follow the path cose

to vehicle access) “Echolocation”

Harold’s Walkway: Trepanier Creek Linear Park “Torpor” Chidley Road Gate: Follow the path around the gate (may be locked

Maternity Colony & “All You Need to Know About a Bat House”

South Trail Head: Heritage Park, Beach Ave. “Species at Risk” Visitor Centre: Peachland HIstoric Primary School

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BLACKSMITH PL.

WILSON LAKE XCOUNTRY SKI & SNOWSHOE

OFF-LEASH DOG BEACH

KNOBLAUCH PARK

ELIZABETH WARRENDORF TRAIL

Peachland is a picturesque community located in the Southern Interior of British Columbia, a part of the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Region. Located between the Vancouver Coast and the Kootenay Rockies, Peachland is strategically placed in the center of the Okanagan and BC with distances from Vancouver at 372 kms and Calgary, Alberta at 625 kms.

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TRAILS

Please clean up after yourself and your pet, leaving only your footprint and the memories in your heart.

Pincushion Mountain

Fur Brigade Trail

is accessible from a dirt road, high above Hardy Street, past Hardy Falls. Continue past the Hardy Falls parking area winding up the narrow paved road, Thorne Road. Bear left at the fork, taking the gravel road towards BK Oarchards. Turn your car around when you see the orchard, parking 50m down on the right side, near the trail head. There are two trails going south. The lower one takes you to the Fur Brigade Trail. The trail slowly ascends with varing grades; be cautious due to the loose gravel. It is a great pet friendly, family hike with amazing views at the top. Hiking down continue 100m, turning left to see signage for the Fur Brigade Trail Linear Park and more incredible views.

Stavepipe Trail

is accessible from numerous points, including signed trailheads located at Pincushion Place via Sixth Avenue, Peachland Elementary School on Clements Crescent and the Trepanier Road/Okanagan Connector Overpass. Suggested access is via Beach Avenue south of the small bridge that crosses Trepanier Crescent. Rated as easy for most of its length, the route is best suited to foot and mountain bike traffic.

The Trepanier Trail

Hardy Falls

offers one of the most impressive viewpoints in this area. Its summit is accessible via a 2.75 km drive up Ponderosa Drive. Look for the obvious trailhead as a pullout on your right at a tight left-hand hairpin in the road. Pincushion’s steep singletrack route offers a challenge for much of its length and could be described as intermediate to advanced. Its steep trail renders it exclusively for hiking and trail-running activities. See picture at top of page

may be accessed via 6th Avenue, the Stavepipe Trail or the overpass along the Okanagan Connector. It follows Trepanier Crescent for 2.6 km between the Stavepipe trail and the Connector overpass. is located off Hardy Street. This route crosses seven bridges ending at a beautiful, secluded namesake waterfall. The boardwalk offers an extremely easy in and out route for all ages and abilities. This is a great location for viewing the Kokanee salmon swimming upstream in the fall months. NOTE: Closed in 2018 due to flood damage from 2017.

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Join us for the

Rubber Ducky Race

Watch 600 Rubber Duckies race down Trepanier Creek, skirting rapids towards the finish line. Then join the fun of Kids’ Races as children drop their rubber ducky off Beach Avenue bridge and watch it fight the current floating to shore for prizes. The Peachland Sportsman Association and Fire Brigade will be in the chilly waters rescuing any wanderers. Family fun includes Kid’s prizes for the Best Duck Costume and Best Duck Dance, along with live entertainment, Taekwondo demonstration, market vendors and games. Proceeds from the Rubber Ducky Race go towards the development of the Bat Education and Ecological Protection Society (BEEPS) programs. Duckies helping Bats! PHOTO: DAN WALTON

Trepanier Creek Park Beach Avenue and Todd Road Saturday, April 14th 2018 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Racing Ducky tickets pre-sold only at the Peachland Visitor Centre 5684 Beach Avenue. Kids Duckies for sale at the Visitor Centre or on race day, 10:00 am at the park. Races start at 11:00 am. 2018 OFFICIAL VISITOR GUIDE for PEACHLAND BC

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Whether you are a local or a visitor to the community, there are great activities available! The Okanagan Boys and Girls Club in Peachland offers high quality fun programs for children and youth (ages 5-18) during the school year and in the summer! During the school year we offer an After School program at a low cost. Kids spend time with caring staff and friends while doing crafts, going to the gym, playing outside, and learning new things. Not in need of childcare, but looking for a safe and fun place for your child to spend time? Our Recreation Programs offer free drop in activities, low cost out trips, and cooking nights.

Activities at the Okanagan Boys and Girls Club in Peachland get even more exciting in the summer! We have low cost Day Camps and Recreation Programs where we play, splash around at Swim Bay, travel up and down the Okanagan on outings, and learn new skills in workshops. For more information please visit the Club, call, text, email, or find us on Facebook!

5684 Beach Avenue (back of the Peachland Historic School) Tel: 250-767-2515 • Cell: 250-859-3893

Email: peachland@obgc.ca | Facebook: Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs Peachland

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PHOTO: DAN WALTON

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Great Activities for Kids! - local and visitors -


Swim Lessons • Day Camps • Fitness Classes • Weight/Circuit Room

Johnson Bentley

3737 Old Okanagan Hwy, West Kelowna • 250.768.4442 • www.WestKelownaCity.ca/Pool th

Peachland

Farmers and Crafters Market

May 27th - Sep 30th Sundays 10am - 2pm Heritage Park

on Beach Ave beside the lake

13 n Seaso

“the little Market that cares” Cell: 250-317-0407

www.peachlandfarmersandcraftersmarket.ca

GALLERY97 ARTWORKS Experience the artistic talents of the Okanagan Valley. Gallery97 Artworks represents over 80 talented Okanagan Artists and Artisans from Salmon Arm to Osoyoos. Beautiful paintings, pottery, glass fusion, stained glass, stone carvings, gourds and many other exciting collectables. Located at 6027 Hwy 97. Just minutes south of Peachland on the right side of the highway.

Open daily from June 1 thru to October 2, 2018

250-317-1053

visit

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Memorial Aquatic Centre


Enjoy Summerwith Rotary

ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS

Club of Peachland

Peace Concerts

Music at the Rotary Pavilion Heritage Park, Peachland

July 15&22 and August 12&19 for more information, visit

peachlandrotary.com

Come for the lake, stay for the View The Peachland View is a free community newspaper—distributed each Friday to every home and business in Peachland. Visitors can subscribe for just $70 plus taxes per year.

Every house ~ Every business ~ Every week

250.767.7771

4437 3rd Street • Peachland BC 28


Rattlesnake Island Swim AUGUST 11, 2018

Open Water Swim! The District of Peachland is proud to announce that the 2018 Rattlesnake Island Swim will be hosted by the Across the Lake Swim Society. The Across the Lake Swim Society has a stellar record of hosting safe, efficient and enjoyable races in the Okanagan. We hope that this partnership will help to attract new swimmers and continue to grow this race in Peachland. Be sure to register, participate and enjoy this special open water swim.

Two swim events

• one-way, 3.1 km swim across Okanagan Lake (from Rattlesnake Island to Peachland) • 7 km out-and-back swim that loops around the back of Rattlesnake Island.

Register at www.rattlesnakeislandswim.com

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PEACHLAND

TAXI

Peachland Wellness Centre The Peachland Wellness Centre connects people, builds relationships, offers support, provides education programs, and delivers information, referral and outreach services. The Centre values volunteers and collaborates with other community members, organizations and the District of Peachland.

call toll free

1-844-732-2452

Peachland Wellness Centre

peachlandtaxi.com

250.767.0141•wellnesscentre@shaw.ca 4426 5th Street, Peachland BC www.peachlandwellnesscentre.ca

Harvest Times Grapes, Raspberries, Strawberries JUNE to SEPTEMBER Cherries JUNE to AUGUST PHOTO: JOANNE LOFEUDO

Blueberries, Peaches, Apricots JULY to AUGUST Nectarines JULY to SEPTEMBER Watermelons, Apples AUGUST to OCTOBER Pears, Plums AUGUST to SEPTEMBER

Watch for the signs

LOCAL FRUIT STANDS & FARMS

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Peachland Resource Guide provided by The Peachland Wellness Centre

Where Can I Call for Help? Emergency

Police, Fire, Ambulance

911

Crisis Line

24/7 phone crisis intervention service

1-888-353-2273

Peachland Wellness Centre

9am – 3pm, Monday - Friday

250-767-0141

Community Policing

Seniors Contact; Concerns about safety in your neighbourhood 1pm – 4pm, Monday - Friday

250-767-2623

Mental Health – Walk In Services (Kelowna)

2nd Floor, 505 Doyle Avenue Access: 9am – 12pm, Mon – Fri Counselling: 9am – 11:30am, M/W/F & 1pm – 3pm, T/Th

250-868-7788

Resource & Referral Services Public Health Centre - IHA

160-2300 Carrington Rd, West Kelowna

250-980-1550

Where Can I Get Medical Attention? Beach Avenue Medical Clinic

5848-D Beach Ave. 9am – 5pm, Monday – Friday 9am – 1pm Saturday

250-767-3432

Peachland Pharmacy

5848 Beach Ave. 9am – 6pm, Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm, Saturday

250-767-2611

Okanagan Pharmacy

#24 5500 Clements Crescent 9am – 6pm, Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm, Sat; 10am – 2pm, Sun

250-767-2911

Interior Health Authority

Home & Community Care

250-980-1400

Where Can I Get Food? IGA

550 Clements Crescent, Peachland

250-767-9110

Sunnyside Market

5854 Beach Avenue

250-767-2367

Peachland Foodbank

Assists local individuals & families 2nd Saturday of each month 9:30am – 11:30am

250-767-3312

Peachland Wellness Centre

Programs & Services • Resources & Referrals 9am – 3pm, Monday - Friday

250-767-0141

How Can I Access Transportation? BC Transit

Service approximately every hour from 6:14am – 11pm. Details for Route 22 Peachland: bctransit. com/Kelowna

250-860-8121

Peachland Wellness Centre

Transportation Program 9am – 3pm, Monday - Friday

250-767-0141

Peachland Taxi

Service within Peachland and around BC. peachlandtaxi.com

1-844-732-2452

Where Can I Find Gently Used Clothing, Shoes or a Coat? United Church Bargain Bin

4421 4th Street 9:30am – 3pm, Thursday – Saturday

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Peachland Resource Guide

sponsored by Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital

Where is the Nearest Pet Supplies Store? Bosley’s

50-5500 Clements Ave, Peachland

250-767-0121

Buckerfields

2565 Main Street, Westbank

250-768-8870

Where Can I Find a Veterinarian? Rose Valley Veterinary Hospital

West Kelowna

250-769-9109

Where Can I shop for Bathing Suits and Beach Clothing? The Lanai

104-4200 Beach Avenue

250-767-2442

On Beach Boutique & Gifts

5884B Beach Avenue

250-767-3399

Chico’s Paradise

5834 Beach Avenue

250-767-6666

Where Can I Get Sunglasses, Beach Toys, Camping Supplies? Your Dollar Store

5550 Clements Crescent $54

250-7676-9110

Ace Hardware

5836 Beach Ave

250-767-9220

I Need Help with Accessing Other Programs & Services Peachland Wellness Centre

Resource & Referral Services 9am – 3pm, Monday - Friday

250-767-0141

Okanagan Boys & Girls Club – Peachland

Preschool, after school, and summer programs

250-767-2515

Royal Canadian Legion

Resource Centre for Veterans

250-767-9100

Where Can I Get Medical Supplies and Sunscreen? Peachland Pharmacy

5848 Beach Avenue, Peachland

250-767-2611

Remedy RX

5500 Clements Crescent #24, Peachland

250-767-2911

Where Can I Rent Sporting Equipment? Motorcycles./Scooters

McScoots, Kelowna

250-763-4668

ATV’s

Okanagan ATV Tours, Peachland

250-717-0733

Motorboats

Dockside Marine, Peachland

250-767-6364

Paddleboards, bicycles

Peachland Beach Rentals

250-503-8286

Diving/Snorkelling Eqpt.

Serpent Aquatics

250-768-3335

Where Can I Rent Cars, U-Hauls, RVs? Cars

Enterprise West Kelowna

250-769-6260

U-Hauls

U-Haul, West Kelowna

778-741-0141

RV Rental

Okanagan RV Rentals, West Kelowna

250-769-8562

Where Can I Go on a Trail or Train Ride? Trail Riding

Peachland Riding Club

250-718-2761

Train Ride

Kettle Valley Steam Railway, Summerland

1-877-494-8424

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Free Estimate & Stain Removal Advice CleanMASTER BCRC Certified Master Cleaner/Restorer ~

25+ Years

in the Carpet Industry ~ Bonded/Insured/WCB

Certified Carpet Inspector

HCRC CERTIFIED / SPECIALIST IN • Carpet and upholstery cleaning • Advanced stain / odour removal • Bonded/Insured/WCB • Oriental / area rug cleaning • Commercial & residential carpet cleaning

250-861-6694 Kelowna, Peachland and Area

HOURS & SERVICES MON-FRI: 8:00 am to 5:30 pm SAT: 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Veterinary Medical & Surgical Services Vaccinations & Examinations • Veterinary Pharmacy Onsite Ultrasound, Lab & X-Rays • Endoscopy Services

CAT ONLY BOARDING FACILITY

250-769-9109 ALSO FOR EMERGENCIES

112-2476 Westlake Rd, West Kelowna V1Z 2V2 www.kelownavet.ca

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SHOPPING

SHOPPING is my kind of activity Specialist in

Jewellery Manufacture & Repair Insurance Claim & Appraisals Custom Designs & Engraving Time Piece Servicing

The Diamond Leader

www.jkschmidt.ca

250.768.7353 Toll Free: 1.800.406.3666

2477 Main St. Westbank, V4T 1K5

Wneghsavueits! bathi

Women’s Apparel • Gifts • Purses • Scarves T: 250.767.3399 • C: 250.212.5600

5884 B Beach Avenue, Peachland, BC V0H 1X7

onbeach@shaw.ca Smokin’ Cheap

t e k r a M e Sunnysid BC Liquor Store Prices Pack Prices!

E D BEER & WIN L O C Y C N IENCE E G EN UOR A ERIES/CONV

BC LIQ

GROC

Be ready for hosting all your visitors!

Beer • Wine • Liquor

or Lower!

Cheapest in Peachland

If you find it cheaper, show us proof and we will price match on the spot.

5854 Beach Ave. Peachland • 250.767.2361

Comments, questions or concerns, email: sunnysidemarket@shaw.ca

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Sunnyside Market

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Peachland Liquor Store Located on Highway 97 • Peachland Centre Mall

SHOPPING

Offering a great selection of cold beer, coolers, ciders, and Okanagan wines as well as your favorite spirits and liquors

Open 10am - 11 pm every day Summer Hours

(May Long Weekend-September Labour Day Weekend)

open at 9am Thursday - Sunday

250.767.1958

For over 50 years, Bylands has stood for quality, selection, family and community. Come see what’s beautiful.

Save up to 20% with our Club Card!

1600 Bylands Rd, Hwy. 97 South, West Kelowna bylandsgardencentre.com

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42 seconds The record for removing a car engine and replacing it.

Record set Nov 21, 1985 on a Ford Escort.

Where Your Safety is our Priority modern engine diagnostics brakes • shocks & struts • tires wheel alignments • oil changes suspension • air conditioning imports & domestic DESIGNATED INSPECTION FACILITY

Full Automotive Service & Repairs locally owned and operated ~ lIcensed technician on duty

5866A Beach Avenue, Peachland on the corner of 1St & Beach Ave

250.767.6615

Brand Guidelines An essential guide and reference when establishing standards in creating and upholding our brand presence.

PHOTO: DAN WALTON

This document provides assistance in maintaining the cohesion that makes our brand unique. A positive and lasting impression can only be created through proper compliance to the established rules that are outlined in this document. UPDATED: APRIL 2, 2015

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Your Volkswagen Dealer Alternative Automotive Repair Specialists for Volkswagen, Audi, European & Imports

55% Model T Fords. In 1916,

of the world’s cars were

This record still stands

9203 James Ave, Summerland 250-494-0010 • 1-800-644-5441

www.tcautosales.ca GREAT DEALS on used cars! We do in house finance.

13802 HWY 97 Summerland

Peachland’s ST

2N1NUAL

A

11am to 4pm

May 20th 2018

www.peachlandcarshow.com

The World of Wheels is Peachland’s largest one day event, drawing a crowd of up to 10,000 spectators. This year is our 21st annual show. Last year we had 550 cars and trucks, including vintage boats and motorcycles. When you attend the World of Wheels you will see many classic cars and trucks that you just don’t see anymore, and for some people these classics bring back memories of days gone by. We are very proud to have been awarded the Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence award for Excellence in Tourism/ Hospitality for four years now. Our show has become a community event with merchandise and food vendors, as well as a bouncy castle for the kids and live music all day. The whole community is also open for business with our boutique shops and great restaurants. This year’s World of Wheels is from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm along Beach Avenue, with vehicles spanning eight city blocks. Hope to see you here on May 20th, 2018. Sincerely, Pam Cunningham, World of Wheels Chairperson 2018 OFFICIAL VISITOR GUIDE for PEACHLAND BC

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ACCOMMODATIONS

Depending on the size of your group, your personal preference, and your budget, you have a number of options to choose from. Peachland offers a variety of vacation rentals, a resort (Davis Cove), a campsite (Todd’s RV), and a number of bed and breakfasts. See listings on p. 39-42. In addition, you can choose from several hotels, motels and campgrounds that are roughly a 15 minute drive from Peachland, south to Summerland or north to West Kelowna.

West Kelowna Hotels

Summerland Hotels

Holiday Inn Best Western Super 8 The Cove Resort

Rosedale Motel Waterfront Resort Summerland Motel

Campgrounds in Summerland Okanagan Lake Provincial Park South and North Peach Orchard Campsite Summerland Beach RV and Campground

PHOTO: BARRY YEATS

ACCOMMODATIONS

Choose the Option that Suits You Best!

Your haven for relaxing and enjoying the Okanagan

Red Haven Retreat 5803 Atkinson Crescent 38

250.767.0137

find us on canadastays.com

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PRIVATE ENTRANCE

PRIVATE BATHROOM

LONG TERM

SUMMER - WEEKLY

WINTER - MONTHLY

PETS WELCOME

HOT TUB/POOL

CHILDREN WELCOME

NUMBER OF ROOMS

ask

$ RATE

Beach Avenue Rentals (ad below) 4244 Beach Avenue 250-718-4336

Ginger’s on Renfrew 6447 Renfrew Rd 250-767-6060

Kiwi’s Place 4036 San Clemente Ave 250-767-3180 sfmendoza48@gmail.com

2 suites with 2 beds in each

2 bdr, Full kitchen, Living, Bath

150-200 per night

250 +50 per extra person per night 110-140 per night

1 bedroom + 1 pull out couch, √ kitchen, dining and living area

200-325 per night

300 per night

750-950 per week

Mueller Haus Teresa Mueller 403-819-4029 muellerthome@gmail.com

Panoramic View Guest Suites 6112 Seymoure Ave 250-767-6723 or 604-315-9547 travisshome@shaw.ca

Peachland Lake View Vacation Suite 6093 Gummow Rd 250-767-9526 peachlandsuite@yahoo.ca

Red Haven Retreat (ad p.38) 5803 Atkinson Crescent 250-767-0137 info@redhavenretreat.com

Sommer’s Suite 3902 Beach Ave 778-479-4949 somms@shaw.ca

The Lakeview Getaway 6094 Jackson Cresc 250-425-1181 hkoene@shaw.ca

Three Rooms 8 people

2 bdr, 2 bath, kitchenette, dining ask & living area, deck, barbecue 1 bedroom King bed, small pull out couch, 1 bathroom, full kitchen, laundry

2 bdr, 2 bath, full kitchen, barbecue, laundry

ask

2 bdr (1 King- 1 Queen) 1 bathroom, full kitchen

2 bdr, Full kitchen, Living, Bath, Laundry

150 per night; 135 Oct-May;

$15/xtra pers

ask

150+ per night

150-200 per night

ask

150-225 per night

Come stay on Beach Avenue LICENSED ACCOMMODATIONS

Your Hosts Kim and Tony De Bonis

beachaverentals@gmail.com ~ 250-718-4336 2018 OFFICIAL VISITOR GUIDE for PEACHLAND BC

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ACCOMMODATIONS

VACAT I O N R E N TA L S


KITCHENETTE

LONG-TERM/SHORT-TERM

SANI-DUMP

ELECT / SEWER / WATER

YEAR ROUND

LAUNDRY FACILITIES √

FIRE PITS

EXERCISE ROOM

# OF SITES TENT / RV

PETS WELCOME

HOT TUB/POOL

CHILDREN WELCOME

16

PROVINCIAL

$ DAILY RATE

R E S OR TS

YEAR ROUND

125-500

BOAT LAUNCH

SHOWERS

ask

PETS WELCOME

Davis Cove (ad page 39) 3701 Beach Ave 250-767-2355 www.daviscove.com

HOT TUB/POOL

ACCOMMODATIONS

NUMBER OF UNITS

$ DAILY RATE

CAM P G RO UNDS Todd’s RV & Camping (ad below) 3976 Beach Ave 250-767-6644 TF: 1-866-255-6864 www.toddsrv.com

TENT: 18 RV: 62

yes with √ rules

TENT: 36-55 √

RV: 38-75

Hosting Visitors to Peachland for 62 years!

Where You Really Wanna Be! The Best Location for an Authentic Okanagan Experience

Full RV Hookup • 30 & 50 Amp • Cable TV • Hot Showers • WiFi Beach Volleyball • Opposite Beach • Family Campground OPENS APRIL 1, 2018 • CLOSES OCTOBER 21, 2018 3976 Beach Ave., Peachland • 4 Km South of the Coquihalla Connector

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ACCOMMODATIONS

Davis Cove

Peachland’s Iconic Lakeside Resort

Peachland’s iconic lakeside accommodation located in the heart of the Okanagan’s rich fruit and wine valley, Davis Cove resides at the north end of Peachland, 1/2 km off highway 97 and 2 km south of the Okanagan Connector. A few minutes drive to West Kelowna and 30 minutes south to Penticton, Davis Cove Resort is conveniently located yet peacefully removed from it all... Davis Cove Resort offers 15 cozy cottages for daily and weekly stays depending on season. A great place for group gatherings, reunions and weddings! Guests return year after year to enjoy the private sandy beach, large treed grassy area with toddler playground, docks, boat moorage, picnic gazebo on the deck, laundromat and ice on site. Shopping facilities and a flavourful offering of cafés and restaurants are located

in the quaint town of Peachland just a short ride or walk away.

Local points of interest include: wineries, golf courses and tennis courts, Peachland Swim Bay, horseback riding, in-season fruit picking, boat rentals and back country hiking and adventures. Indoor recreational facilities are located nearby. Each air conditioned cottage is selfcontained and fully equipped. Each with its own unique view of Lake Okanagan and private balcony and sun deck with BBQ.

Reasonable off-season rates are available following the September Labour Day long weekend to the following June. Davis Cove Resort offers a wide range of cottages and rates to suit all tastes and budgets.

DAVIS Cove

~~~~~~~

WATERFRONT RESORT

Okanagan Valley, BC, Canada

250 767 2355

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CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST

ask

130-160

150-195

YEAR ROUND

FULL BREAKFAST

PRIVATE BATHROOM

LONG-TERM

PRIVATE ENTRANCE

PETS WELCOME

HOT TUB/POOL

CHILDREN WELCOME

ACCOMMODATIONS

NUMBER OF ROOMS

$ RATE RANGE

BE D & B R E A K FAST A Day’s Dream B&B 6093 Jackson Cresc P: 250-864-4664 E: info@adaysdreambb.com www.adaysdream.com

At The Top Of The Hill

THREE: 1 King; 1 with 2 Queen 1 STE-2 Queen, 1 bath, dining and living area

10+ HT

(ad page 41) 5162 Morrison Cres P: 250-767-9521 www.atthetopofthehill.ca

TWO: 1 King; 1 Queen; Common room with kitchenette

Blathanna B&B

ONE: 1 Queen, private patio, Lake view, tv, √ cable, washer, dryer, full kitchen

5995 Victoria Street P: 250-212-4402 E: Blathannabandb@hotmail.com

Heartstone B&B 6502 Bulyea Ave P: 778-479-7900 E: heartstonebb@gmail.com

Okanagan Oasis 5807 Atkinson Cresc P: 250-767-2141 TF: 1-866-767-2141 E: info@okanaganoasis.com

Peachland Eagles Nest B&B (ad page 41) 5816 Brown Place P: 604-786-9908 E: murray@1eaglesnest.ca www.1eaglesnest.ca

Pineacre on the Lake 7220 Highway 97 South P: 778-479-0088 E: info@pineacreonthelake.com

Poolside Retreat 5120 Cousins Rd P: 778-479-2886 C: 778-214-2647 gillevans@poolsideretreat.com

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ask

TWO: 1 King; 1 Queen; shared ask living space with kitchenette THREE: Each with Queen, private patio, 12+ Lake view, kitchen, BBQs

TWO SUITES: #1 has 1 King, 2 Queen, 2 baths, full kitchen; 12+ #2 has 2 Queen, 1 bath, full kitchen 3 SUITES: all with kitchenette, 12+ private patio, lake view and lake access TWO: cottage and suite

180-220

195

180-200

150-300

195-235

60-180

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...you just need a break in a beautiful place.

a place to fall in love, relax, think or plan

ACCOMMODATIONS

Sometimes...

Enjoy your private covered deck and breathe in the fresh lake air. The lake view and the magical moonlight skimming the water will captivate you.

604-786-9908

murray@1eaglesnest.ca www.1eaglesnest.ca 5816 Brown Place, Peachland, BC

Dave & Betty Van Straten vanstraten@shaw.ca

...our boutique B&B awaits you.

250.767.9521

PHOTO: JOANNE LOFEUDO

www.atthetopofthehill.ca

PHOTO: JOANNE LOFEUDO

Where the world stops to breathe...

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Looking for a GREAT Real Estate Agent?

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TRACEY O OR M A N TRACEY BOORMAN PERSONAL REAL ESTATE CORPORATION

Personal Real Estate Corporation

250.870.1810 Locally Born & Raised www.kathyyork.ca RESIDENTIAL SALES SPECIALIST • 13 YEARS EXPERIENCE

103-2205 Louie Drive, West Kelowna, BC V4T 3C3 Cell: 250.864.6606 | Fax: 250.768.2626 Toll Free: 1.800.367.3339 traceyboorman@shaw.ca Each office independently owned and operated

office fax

250.762.9979 250.762.9972

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• Local and Long Distance • Reliable Estimates • Professional Packing Service • Licensed and Insured Serving Peachland ~ Summerland Penticton ~ South Okanagan

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Peachland Mornings My dog Shadow is a wonder to behold Playing, barking, swimming As the morning unfolds Spring is here, smell the air Peachland’s sunrise opens with flair Rushing water can be heard Melting snow and singing birds Ducks are quacking loud and clear Honking geese have no fear Down the beach, Shadow runs Stops and looks at geese having fun Waves and ripples hit her face Off she goes in the morning sun

PHOTO: LUCY ANDERSON

Lucy Anderson


Dreaming of living in Peachland?

call me for REAL ESTATE information

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