Goats Peak Regional Park

Interactive Park Map   (park not yet open)

Goats Peak Regional Park is 52 hectares on the slopes above of Okanagan Lake between District of West Kelowna and District of Peachland. The park was created in 2014.

In May 2016 the Regional Board approved a Management Plan for this park to guide development over the next 20 years.  The goal is to protect the unique ecosystem throughout the park, while providing passive recreation opportunities along with interpretation and education and connections to neighbouring trails and existing and future parks.   View the Management Plan 

Features:

  • Beautiful views of Okanagan Lake
  • Hiking trails
  • Conservation area for shore spawning Kokanee
  • Swimming areas?

History:

Goats Peak was the name given to this area by the Gellatly Family.

Things To Do:

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.

General Information:

The park is currently closed to the public while the Park Management Plan is completed and park improvements are made. It is anticipated that the park opening will take place in 2017-18.

Help protect Regional 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.  

Directions:

Goats Peak Regional Park is located on Seclusion Bay Rd. Turn east off of Highway 97 near exit to Highway 97C.

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Regional District of Central Okanagan | 1450 KLO Road | Kelowna, BC V1W 3Z4
Ph: 250-763-4918 | Fax: 250-763-0606 | Email: info@cord.bc.ca
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm (Closed Holidays)