CanoeingSince kayaking and canoeing are such popular sports in Okanagan, there are plenty of places to rent them for the day and enjoy some outdoor time in the water.

Christina Lake Marina & Grill - 173 Larson Road, Christina Lake

Christina Lake is a popular destination for boat and equipment rental. They offer pontoons, skis, wakesurf, wakeboard, and of course kayaks. They are open May 15 – September 15. No operators’ license required; you just have to be 19 years old to rent.

Big Bear ATV Canoe & Kayak – Lumby  - 208 Mabel Lake Road, Lumby

Big Bear ATV Canoe & Kayak offers a great time with their kayak and canoe tours. Not only that, but you can try a quading, dogsledding, or ATV tour. Located in northern Okanagan, this summer and winter adventure spot is one of the best.

Wells Gray Adventures - 11 Davoren Street, Clearwater

This adventure spot, Wells Gray Adventures, offers a fully guided and catered canoe trip on Azure and Clearwater Lakes.

Interior Whitewater Expeditions – Clearwater - 73 Old North Thompson Highway, Clearwater

This is a premier adventure location in the Okanagan area. Interior Whitewater Expeditions has exclusive access to one of the last free flowing river systems in the Pacific Northwest, Clearwater River. Along the river there are waterfalls, lava canyons, and sandy beaches. In 2012 this company was chosen as part of the “Signature Experience Collection” by Tourism Canada.

The Thompson Okanagan region is the perfect place to kayak and canoe because of the warm and sunny climate. Some of the places to kayak and canoe are at the Wells Gray Provincial Park, Murtle Lake, South Thompson River, and Christina Lake. Wells Gray Provincial Park is one of Canada’s largest park and one of Okanagan’s best places to paddle.

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