things to do in kelowna
Explore local attractions from wineries to beaches
Kelowna offers countless things to do, see and experience. Plan a lazy afternoon on the beach or in one of the city’s many parks. Tee off from one of nearly two dozen local golf courses. Sip and savour the area’s best wines at a local winery. Or immerse yourself in utterly unique attractions including the Kettle Valley Steam Railway.
Depending on what time of year you’re here, there are plenty of events to check out as well – from the Winter Street Market to the one-of-a-kind Kelowna Dragon Boat Festival. However you choose to spend your time while in Kelowna, Coast Capri Hotel places you right in the heart of the action.
Not sure where to start? Just ask us – we’d be happy to provide you with info and suggestions.
Farms, Orchards and Markets
Kelowna is known throughout the world for its fresh, local fruit and produce - and here's your chance to experience it!
Arion Therapeutic Farm
Distance from Hotel: 10KM
Open daily, this volunteer-run farm features 50 animals; tours are available.
Kelowna Beaches and Parks
Enjoy Kelowna's natural beauty by visiting one of the local sandy beaches and area parks.
Safari Ridge Adventure Park
Distance from Hotel: 7KM
This three-acre park offers fun for the whole family! Experience exciting adventure games including laser tag and paintball.
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Okanagan Bridal Expo
The area's premier bridal show features wedding professionals from throughout the Okanagan Valley.
Tiny Tim Charity Toy Drive in support of Salvation Army
The Tiny Tim Charity Toy Breakfast offers guests a complimentary breakfast in exchange for a new, unwrapped toy or cash donation.
National Indigenous Peoples Day
2020-01-21 00:00:00 : 11:00am - 1:00pm
Celebrate the culture and contributions of Canada's First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
Kelowna Dragon Boat Festival
If you're in town in late August, you won't want to miss this unique one-day event, which includes dragon boast racing, vendors, live entertainment and more.
Your local guide
this february #ShareLocalLove
This February, as we approach Valentine's Day, we’re shining a light on a handful of businesses and organizations that are making a difference in communities where our hotels operate, as we #ShareLocalLove. These superstars are showing a love for community, and a spirit of compassion and kindness.
Make a Difference. Shop Local This Holiday Season
This year, the focus is on micro gatherings and virtual gatherings. And while we’re all seeking a bit of normalcy, this year is different. But difference can be good and one big silver lining of 2020 is the light it has shone on small, local businesses -- and their importance in communities. Enter holiday gift giving.
Sip Your Way Through the Okanagan Valley this October
Naturally, Okanagan Valley’s fall scenery and climate provide the perfect setting for a number of outdoor recreational activities. Whether you prefer hiking, cycling, horseback riding, golf, stargazing, camping, or something else entirely, you’ll find ample opportunities for it here.
Accessible Travel: The Guide to Traveling When Accessibility Comes First
It’s no surprise that traveling as a disabled person has long been considered near-impossible. Fortunately, the travel industry is waking up to this fact and has taken huge steps toward making accessible travel, well, more accessible.
Canadian Provincial and National Parks to Visit Right Now
A trip to any of Canada’s national or provincial parks is an excellent way to enjoy your summer outdoors while also safely social distancing. We know you’re itching to get away, so the only question is how many parks will you visit this year?
Spots in Western Canada Every Wine Aficionado Should Visit
California's Wine Country is arguably the most well-known wine region in North America. However, if you set your sights just a bit further north, you'll find incredible (and comparable) wine tasting opportunities in western Canada and Washington state.
How to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Canada
St. Patrick's Day, celebrated annually on March 17th, marks the death of Ireland's famed patron saint St. Patrick, but is also one of the liveliest celebrations all year — and not just in Ireland. Canada has plenty of Irish influences throughout the country, and whether you're of Irish heritage or not, decking yourself out in green and enjoying Irish beer, food, and music is a common way to celebrate.
3 Romantic Getaways for Valentine's Day
February is the month of love and while traditional gifts like flowers and chocolates are nice, they don't last forever. The gift of travel, however, does — and that's exactly why you should celebrate your love this year with a romantic getaway.
How to Travel on a Budget
If you frequently daydream of boarding a plane for far-flung destinations but don't have the salary of a CEO, you may think that a vacation is simply out of the question. However, traveling doesn't have to cost a fortune and in fact, planning an incredible trip that's also affordable is easy with a bit of planning, flexibility and open-mindedness.
Top Tips for Traveling With Your Furry Friends
Looking for “pet-friendly hotels near me?" Look no further than Coast Hotels! If you’re a pet owner who loves to travel, you know that it’s no fun leaving your beloved friend behind. With dog-friendly hotels, you don’t have to! You can plan a trip where your favourite pet can join in the fun.
Victoria Day Trip Ideas to Celebrate May Long Weekend
Hey, Canada! It’s coming close to the official kickoff of summer, but most people don’t realize we are celebrating the birthday of a grand dame, Queen Victoria herself. Instead of celebrating on her actual birthday, Canada decided to celebrate on the Monday in May that's closest to Queen Victoria’s birthday. This year, it's May 20th. So, get ready to shake off the winter blues and plan a quick and easy getaway from May 17th to the 20th. Here are some great Western Canada events and ideas to get your vacation mindset revving.
Simple Tips to Help You Travel More in 2019
The holiday season is behind us and it’s the start of a new year. Gifts have been unwrapped, leftovers are eaten, the decorations are in a box, and you've set some goals to look forward to in 2019. One of the most common resolutions on people’s list is to travel more. It’s no news that traveling can boost your health and wellbeing. Exploring a new place can do wonders and can enrich our lives by opening our eyes to new experiences and discoveries. Travel also helps us to appreciate what we have at home. If your New Year’s resolution is to travel more in 2019, then we have some tips on how you can reach that goal!
Celebrate Harvest Season in Kelowna
Fall is a beautiful time to experience British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, especially as harvest season approaches. Crisp air, vibrant fall foliage, and bountiful crop are some of the reasons why this time of year is fantastic. If you’re looking for an abundance of fresh fruit, flowers, and festivals then you must visit Kelowna! Kelowna is famous for its amazing wineries, locally grown fruit and produce. Plus, the best part about visiting in fall is that you don’t have to compete with the summer crowds. Here are some ways you can see, taste and celebrate a hearty season in Kelowna.
How to Stay Green While Traveling
While traveling can be a rewarding experience, spending green is an understandable concern as you determine how much fun you can have based on what's available. However, staying green is just as important whenever you're seeking adventure. Staying natural, keeping clean, and conserving energy will make your surroundings a pleasant and better place to live.
Oh, Canada – What’s Not to Love?
No matter what city, province or any of the other wonderful locales across the country, being Canadian is special and full of tradition. Since we officially became a country on July 1, 1867, Canada has set itself apart from other nations in many different ways and has developed a unique personality in the process.
Wineries in Okanagan
If you love wine, then you must already know that the Okanagan Valley is home to some world-class vintners. Wine lovers flock by the hundreds to Kelowna as a home base of sorts with an itinerary to visit some of the most exquisite wineries the country has to offer. The picturesque Okanagan Lake is also a stone's throw away. So if you're feeling thirsty for the perfect holiday, here are some of the best wineries to visit when you stay at the Coast Capri Kelowna.
Farm-to-Table in Kelowna
Nestled in the heart of British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley, Kelowna has always been a special place that has attracted food- and wine-loving people from around the world. Today, this growing city is becoming a destination for culinary tourism and an example-setting model of farm-to-table dining for the rest of the world. Everywhere you go in this city you'll find delicious and creative fare made with fresh local ingredients, and paired with regional wines, beers, ciders, and spirits. Next time you're in Kelowna, here are a few unique dining options for the foodie in you.
Money Saving Tips for Your Next Ski Trip
With the high cost of living these days, sometimes people take more “staycations” and less “skications,” but you if you love outdoor sports like skiing then realize that there are ways that you can cut your costs to make your holiday more affordable. It is possible to save money at every stage of the game, from booking the trip to finding cheap transportation to reducing your daily expenses while you are there