West Kelowna is a municipality located on the western shore of Okanagan Lake, across from the city of Kelowna in British Columbia. It is home to approximately
38,300 (2021) residents and covers an area of 123.53 square kilometers.
The municipality is primarily residential, with many single-family homes, townhouses, and condominiums. The area offers stunning views of the lake and
surrounding mountains and is known for its recreational opportunities, particularly water sports and fishing.
West Kelowna is also home to several parks, including Gellatly Nut Farm Regional Park, which features over 100 varieties of nut trees and is a popular
destination for hiking and picnicking. The neighbourhood also has several other parks such as Kalamoir Regional Park and Shannon Lake Regional Park which
are ideal for hiking, picnicking, and bird-watching.
The area has several schools, including Mount Boucherie Secondary School, which offers a range of academic and vocational programs for students in grades 9-12.
The neighbourhood is also home to several elementary schools such as Constable Neil Bruce Middle School and Hudson Road Elementary School.
West Kelowna has a vibrant economy and is home to several businesses, particularly in the tourism, hospitality, and retail sectors. The neighbourhood is home
to several shopping centers such as Westbank Town Centre, which has a mix of national and local retailers, restaurants, and services.
Overall, West Kelowna is a desirable and growing community that offers residents access to stunning natural beauty, a variety of recreational activities, and
a range of amenities and services.