Trepanier Creek Greenway Regional Park is a natural, forested park that borders the canyon of Trepanier Creek. The trail links to a linear trail in the District of Peachland and creates a five-kilometre Greenway recreational corridor from the Okanagan Lake waterfront to the Okanagan Connector Highway 97-C.
From 1909 to 1947 there was a small hydroelectric power plant on the creek that supplied the District of Peachland. Remnants of the Trepanier Creek Dam are still visible.
Clements Entrance Kiosk Map & Information
GPS-enabled Trail Map - Track your way around the park in real time using your mobile device. Download the app then open the GPS-enabled trail map – view How To Use GPS Maps for more info.
Motorized vehicles, overnight camping, open fires, and smoking are not permitted.
Bears may be active in this park – be prepared with our Wildlife in Regional Parks brochure.
Dogs are welcome on-leash along trails within park boundaries.
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
Winter: Reduced maintenance from November to March.
Access from Peachland via Clements Crescent or via the Trepanier off-ramp from Highway 97-C Okanagan Connector.
PUBLIC NOTICE: During spring runoff, please keep people and pets away from the creek banks and edge as water may rise unexpectedly and banks may be slippery
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