This park offers vehicle-accessible campsites in two campgrounds: North Campground and South Campground. Campsite reservations are accepted and first come, first served sites are also available. During the peak season, all of the sites are and non-occupied reservation sites can accommodate first come, first served customers for one, or perhaps more nights, depending on availability.
The North Campground has 80 sites, including nine double sites, all of the 80 sites are reservable. The campground gate is closed in the off-season. There is an information shelter listing site availability and a phone down the hill towards the beach. Please follow directional arrows painted onto the pavement as some roads are one-way to provide the best access to the sites. This campground is laid out in a series of three terraces overlooking Okanagan Lake. The sites are large and well spaced with lawn and trees in between for improved privacy. The sites are located only on the lake side of the roads which increases privacy and allows for better views of the lake. The campsite pads are gravel and have fire rings and picnic tables. Wide, well packed trails lead to pit toilets and in between the terraces.
The South Campground has 94 sites, which are reservable. There is a gatehouse at the entrance to the campground where guests must register. The gate is open until snowfall with winter rates in effect though no services are provided. This is a very different campground than the north campground. All of the sites are at lake level and very close together though there is variation in site layout. Some sites are long, narrow gravel and back onto the hillside. These sites are close together but still separated by trees and shrubs. Other sites are long, narrow and paved with the picnic table and fire ring located behind the site down three or four concrete stairs to a treed lawn area. A third style is short but wide gravel where a tow vehicle must be parked beside the trailer. These sites are not suitable for motorhomes or long trailers. These sites are separated only by cement parking barriers and are similar to double sites. The beauty of this campground is the easy beach access from all sites and the large treed lawn areas shared by some of the sites. There is a phone by the shower building.
Vehicle-accessible camping fee: $35.00 per party per night
BC senior’s rate (day after Labour Day to June 14 only): $17.50 per senior party
night. Read the user fees policy
for information on senior camping discounts.
The closest store is the Little Acres fruit stand 500m south of the park entrance on Hwy 97. For more services, visit Summerland 11km to the south or Peachland to the north.