The weather is warm, and businesses are ready to welcome everyone back, so it’s the perfect time to plan your family vacation to Penticton.
As we continue to stay local, support local, it’s the perfect time to plan a Penticton staycation. Enjoy a new view, support our local businesses and try new experiences exploring a side of the city you may not have visited before!
Now is the perfect time to play tourist in your own backyard! With non-essential travel restrictions outside your region remaining in place until June 15, 2021, a Penticton staycation allows you to get out of the house, try something new and support our local businesses.
Penticton’s tourism and hospitality businesses are eager to welcome you this spring season and your support is more crucial than ever. Many Penticton and area businesses are open and have made changes to their schedules or policies to ensure your safety.
Picnic Penticton is coming soon to a park near you! This Love Local initiative aims to inspire people to order take-out from local businesses to enjoy at our amazing parks and beaches.
Nestled in the breathtaking Okanagan Valley, Penticton is ecstatic to welcome back IRONMAN CANADA on August 30th, 2020. Beginning with a cool swim in Okanagan Lake, the athletes will become acquainted with the stunning natural landscape surrounding Penticton. As the birthplace of IRONMAN CANADA, the community is well-known for hosting IRONMAN events and anticipated event turnout is high.
Visit Penticton has complied this dining guide of restaurants, pubs, cafés, breweries, cideries, distilleries and wineries in the Penticton area to include open patios, hours of operation, and take-out/pick-up and delivery options
We have all dreaming of the day we can freely travel again, and now that travel within Canada is permitted, Penticton is the perfect place to discover this summer! Book now, travel later for the best travel deals
Sampling local cuisine, winter adventure, and loaded Caesars, all within a short drive from Penticton. By Emily Kemp Get out and explore the winter wonderland that Penticton offers to beat the melancholy of a sometimes…
Give the gift of Penticton this holiday season, think local first by purchasing from our local businesses who could really use your support. Now more than ever it’s important to support local businesses whenever you can.
What kid, or adult for that matter, doesn’t love spending time at the beach – well Penticton has 6 public beaches to choose from, stretching more than 5 km along two fresh water lakes.
While it was an incredible feat, Phileas Fogg really missed out on something during his 80-day around the world whirlwind adventure.