Rose Valley Regional Park is 250-hectares of parkland adjacent to the Rose Valley neighbourhood in West Kelowna. Enjoy the natural hiking trails in a Ponderosa pine/Douglas fir forest with beautiful views of Okanagan Lake.
- Natural hiking trails throughout a unique ecosystem
- Conservation Area and a natural pond
- Views of Rose Valley Reservoir and Okanagan Lake
- Washrooms (south Westlake Road parking area)
Tour This Park Map
GPS-enabled Trail Map - Track your way around the park in real time using your mobile device. Open the How to Use GPS Maps and follow the instructions.
- Motorized vehicles, overnight camping, open fires, and smoking are not permitted.
- Please use and properly dispose of garbage or pet waste in containers provided or at home.
- Bears may be active in this park – be prepared with our Wildlife in Regional Parks brochure.
Dogs are welcome on-leash along trails and pathways within park boundaries. Please pick up and dispose of waste.
January 1 – February 28 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
March 1 – May 31 6:00 am to 9:00 pm
June 1 – August 31 6:00 am to 11:00 pm
September 1 – October 14 6:00 am to 9:00 pm
October 15 – December 31 6:00 am to 6:00 pm
Main access to the park is from Westlake Road near the pond and Rose Valley Elementary School. There is a small parking area to the south of the pond and across from the West Kelowna fire hall. There is also a larger gated parking area (closed during winter months) at Westlake Road and Starlight Crescent.
Related Documents and Links
Public Notice: A multi-year Fuel modification project by the BC Wildfire Service is underway in this park off Pettman and Bowes Roads. (View Site Map) Trails may be temporarily closed while work is being done in a specific area. Please stay out of closed areas. Collected debris will be burned when open burning is allowed to reduce the fire hazard.
Rose Valley Fuel Modification Projects - Video Link
Bodies of water in Regional Parks are not managed by Regional Parks Services. Park patrons are encouraged to educate themselves on proper water and winter ice safety while in Regional Parks. Park visitors may wish to consider visiting the BC and Yukon Lifesaving Society or Canadian Red Cross websites for safety information.
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