25 Things to Check Out Around Prestige: 1- 6

To celebrate our 25th Anniversary we are encouraging guests to stay with us and experience what it means to have a Prestige vacation. With properties in 12 desirable locations across BC, it’s easy to fill several itineraries with things to do for the whole family. We’ve taken a few of our top 25 favourites and grouped them together based on regions in BC. The first 6 entries are all things you can do while touring our Okanagan collection of properties.

1) Kelowna Wibit

- City Park Beach, Kelowna

This thing looks like a crazy obstacle course you might see on TV. The Wibit is a massive inflatable jungle gym-like structure that floats on the lake with various play areas for adults and kids to enjoy. One of the best parts about Wibit is its proximity to Prestige Beach House Kelowna. It’s literally in the park across the street! Open 10:00am – 8:00pm everyday of the summer starting July 1st.



2) Myra Canyon Adventure Park

- 4429 June Springs Road, Kelowna

Looking for adventures and an adrenaline rush? You’re in luck! Ziplines, climbing areas, obstacle courses, cooperative activities, and aerial puzzles for all ages are offered in the picturesque outdoor setting of Myra Canyon! See site for pricing options. Opens in May for the season.



3) Kanagroo Creek Farm

– 3193 Hill Rd, Lake Country (between Kelowna and Vernon)

A great place for kids to learn about kangaroos and many other exotic animals while walking around and interacting with them. You might even have the opportunity to pet some of the cuddlier animals. Admission is by cash only with adults costing $10 and $5 for youth (under 19)
Open EVERY day from March 17 through October 8th inclusive from 10:00am until 3:00pm.



4) Davison Orchards Country Village

- 3111 Davison Road, Vernon

With exceptional produce, baked goods, confections, sauces, dips, jellies and jams you’ll definitely find something to take home. But Davison is not just about the stuff you can eat, there’s also a petting farm, play areas for kids and wagon rides through the orchard. Opening May 1st for the season.



5) Shuswap Pie Company

- Unit A 331 Alexander Street, Salmon Arm

There is no better place in the Shuswap to have pie than the Shuswap Pie Company. Enjoying a slice or buying one to take home is a must when traveling to Salmon Arm.  Open Monday to Friday: 7:30am – 4:30pm, Saturday: 8:30am – 4:00pm, Sunday: Closed



6) R. J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum

- 751 Highway 97B SE, Salmon Arm. Just south of the intersection of the Trans Canada and 97B highway.

This cute heritage village is as much fun as it is educational. Catch the dinner theatre in the summer months of July and August for a real treat.


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