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15 Things to Do Over Spring Break in West Kelowna


Here are some great options for spring break adventures in West Kelowna. Whether you’re looking for outdoor thrills, cultural experiences or relaxation, West Kelowna has a perfect mix of activities and experiences for a fun-filled spring break.

1. Learn about the culture of the syilx/Okanagan people at the Sncewips Heritage Museum or step back in time at the Westbank Museum.

spring break museum


2. Dive into fun at the pool! Find the 2024 Spring Public Swim schedule for Johnson Bentley Memorial Aquatic Centre in the Recreation Guide.

3. Spend the afternoon at Julia’s Junction, an outdoor inclusive play space that people of all ages and abilities can enjoy. 2569 May St


Spring Break Julias Junction


4. Hit the driving range at Two Eagles or play golf at Two Eagles Golf Course & Academy or Shannon Lake Golf Course (opening dates in March).

5. Participate in Spring Break Day Camps. You can check out the programs and schedules in the Recreation Guide.

6. Spring is a great time to go birding. The annual spring migration starts in March and continues through May. Download our birding map and guide and see which feathered friends you can spot!


spring break birding


7. Go on a sweet tooth tour and check out the local sweets. Find baked goods at Specialty Bakery, It’s a Bakery, Anne’s Beach Cafe, Kekuli Cafe, Two Donkeys Bakery and Blenz, with Sonic Car Wash and Dairy Queen being great places for frozen yogurt or ice cream.

8. Check out the skateboard park on Old Okanagan Hwy or the skate park and pump track on Quail Lane.


spring break skateboard park


9. Bring out those wheels and go for a bike ride along the Gellatly Bay Waterfront or on the new Boucherie Road Multi-Use Path.

10. Hit the trails for a hike. Download our Westside Trail Guide for a listing of hiking trails in the region. Please note that some popular hiking areas are still closed to the public, including McDougall Rim, Bear Creek Provincial Park trails, and Rose Valley Regional Park trails.


Spring hiking west kelowna


11. Have the little ones burn off some energy at the indoor play place Just 4 Fun.

12. Visit the wineries, as in the spring the tasting rooms are not as busy, allowing visitors to ask questions and learn a lot about the wines of the region. Check out our events calendar to see which ones offer workshops or culinary classes over the spring break. Our wineries are kid-friendly, so feel free to stop by with them.

13. Jim Lind Arena and Royal LePage Place offer public skating and ice activities. You can find the 2024 public skate schedule here.



14. Cross-country ski enthusiasts can enjoy the fantastic trails at Telemark, which is open during spring break. However, it’s best to check their website for hours of operation before heading out. Update: Last day of the season is March 17.

15. Snowshoeing opportunities are available along the Telemark trails as well as on trails nearby



spring break west kelowna