Kelowna Hot Sands Beach
Long stretches of sand, volleyball and basketball courts, grassy fields, a playground, a waterpark, a skateboard park, washrooms and locker rooms, and on-site rentals are all available. During the summer, there is live music as well as local vendors and buskers. Although dogs are allowed on the boardwalk and pathways, they are not permitted on the beach.
One of the first things you see as you drive across the William R. Bennett Bridge into downtown British Columbia Kelowna is the city’s most famous beach: Hot Sands Beach. Hot Sands Beach is a happening spot due to its prominent location and profile along City Park’s 13.2-hectare City Park coastline. The beach’s southern end also marks the beginning of Kelowna’s Waterfront Trail, which runs north for more than two kilometers to Knox Mountain Park.
Hot Sands Beach, which juts out into Okanagan Lake, provided special water and mountain views. If you plan on staying for a while, carry a beach umbrella to keep yourself in the shade from the sun.
As the beach’s name suggests, there will be times during the summer when you will wish to protect your feet’ soles.
There are restrooms and change rooms nearby, as well as lots of parking and places to rack your bike.
British Columbia Kelowna’s main core of summer activity includes Hot Sands Beach and City Park. Outdoor sports such as beach volleyball, basketball, and soccer attract young people. The lawn bowling greens are used by the old. At Kelowna’s Wibit Waterpark, kids, teens, and families frolic until they waterlog. On an island of inflatables, keep a close eye out for people swinging, sliding, and bouncing endlessly.
Teenagers show off their latest tricks at the skateboard park, while little children spend their energy on the playground’s monkey bars. The water park’s jets act as a great equalizer, allowing everyone to cool off.
Grab a real “crepe Suzette” from the VW van converted into a food truck when you’re hungry. Take a seat on a bench, a patch of grass, or a stretch of sand and watch the parade go by.
During the summer, musical noises emanate from buskers strumming a guitar or performing music at the Parks Alive! Venue in the park, in addition to the sounds of laughter and delighted squeals. Local artists and artisans will sell you a one-of-a-kind souvenir of your day at the beach along the trail that connects the beach and the park.
Highlights ( what you will get)
Basketball Court: yes
Beach Volleyball Courts: yes
Dog Friendly – On Leash: yes
Floating Water Park: yes
Picnic Tables: yes
Tennis Courts: yes