Okanagan Lake Provincial Park is situated 10 minutes, south of Peachland,BC. It is not the most accessible park I have ever seen but defiantly doable with help. The weekend of my review was very crowded, which added an extra challenge: maneuvering around large groups of campers.… Read the rest
I never really paid attention to the accessibility at Beaver Lake Mountain Resort until i decided to do a review. The lake resort has 20 cabins, five of which are fairly accessible without assistance
, three of which are accessible with assistance(5,9,14)
Two things struck me when i visited Mabel Lake Provincial Park. One was how beautiful the scenery was, the other thing that stood out, unfortunately, is how inaccessible this park is.… Read the rest
Bear Creek is a wonderful provincial park with lots to do from fishing to just relaxing with family or friends at your campsite. From my point of view the accessibility of this park is pretty impressive.
The washrooms are very nice , clean and spacious.… Read the rest
I must admit out of all the campground reviews I’ve done, this one make me the most excited,why?….the memories. I used to go camping up at Herald Provincial park at least once a summer when I was a kid.… Read the rest
Ellison Provincial Park is one of my favorites and one of the most beautiful parks I have been to so far. It’s nestled in a mountainside forest, with a lot of squirrels, birds and even deer running around. Yes, the paved roads are old and cracking and there are quite a few potholes, the terrain is also very uneven(a lot of hills), but there are paths everywhere in the parks, from the bathrooms to the recreational park areas Bathroom #1 is just a toilet and a sink, but it does have a newly paved pathway going from the road up to it, so that’s a great feature.… Read the rest
I have heard a lot of pretty awesome things about Agur Lake, but this is the first time I have been up there myself. I was blow away how amazingly scenic,tranquil and accessible it was.
I first met with the founder, staff, and board of directors, they are some of the nicest most accommodating people you will ever meet.… Read the rest
I’ve always seen Kekuli Park on the drive from Kelowna to Vernon, but never wanted to stop because it always just looked like a massive parking lot to me. I was wrong. Although not much for nature, Kekuli is a very pretty park, in that it looks over the aqua blue Kalamalka Lake, so it makes for a water sports enthusiasts’ paradise.… Read the rest