Mill Creek Regional Park is 15.3 hectares in the Ellison area, east of the Kelowna Airport. A beautiful cool and quiet trail system follows Mill Creek into the falls.
- A shaded riparian area alongside the creek
- Trail system
- Wildlife corridor
- Naturalists activities like birdwatching and botany
Things To Do:
Hikers enjoy the park on their daily walk with their pets or a family can enjoy a picnic in the shade of the Black Cottonwood trees by the creek.
Most of the trail is very flat and easy, parts are a little rougher with roots and rocky sections. Naturalists can enjoy the wildlife found searching for food and water or hiding in the underbrush.
Regional Parks Interpretive Programs are available by donation for school and community groups who would like to learn about our local environment and cultural history.
The park is open in spring, summer, and fall during daylight hours. The parking area is closed during the winter, providing limited access to the park.
Dogs must be kept on a leash on trails and pathways within park boundaries unless otherwise designated and owners must clean up after their pets and safely dispose of waste.
Motorized vehicles are not permitted on the hiking trails.
Overnight camping, open fires and smoking are not permitted.
Help protect park vegetation and wildlife 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
Take Old Vernon Road off Highway 97 N and turn onto Spencer Road, the parking lot is on the right hand side.
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