Bertram Creek Regional Park is 17.9 hectares along the shore of Okanagan Lake. Although the park was seriously damaged by the Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park forest fire in the summer of 2003, recovery and reclamation efforts were conducted and as of Spring 2004, Bertram Creek Regional Park is open again for public use and enjoyment. Link to Map and Trail Guide
- Swimming beach
- Boat beach
- Pavilion - partially covered outdoor ampitheatre
- Walking paths
- Playing fields
The park is open during daylight hours, year-round and special events can be booked in the park.
Dogs are not permitted in the park. Campfires and Smoking are not permitted in any Regional District park.
Boats are permitted in the designated boat beach area only.
Regional Parks Interpretative Programs are available by donation for school and community groups who would like to learn about our local environment and cultural history.
Help protect park vegetation by using only designated trails. 'Leave only footprints and take only pictures'
Bears may be active in this park. Please be bear aware when in this park. Safety Guide to Bears in the Wild
On Lakeshore Road just past Cedar Creek Winery and before Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park
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