Skateboarders will enjoy a run at the Skateboard Park on Jubilee Road behind the Arena. During the winter months enjoy a game of curling at our Curling Club. Enjoy the great outdoors and any of our nearby ski hills–the closest is Apex Alpine. You can also head into the wilderness on our town’s outskirts for a snowmobile ride or a trek on cross-country skis.
Summerland Centre Stage Theater (300 seats), Memorial Park (outdoors), Spirit Square Park (Peach Orchard beach)
Summerland Curling Club, Summerland Community Centre, Halls Summerland Yacht Club, Summerland Arena, Royal Canadian Legion, The Odd Fellows/ Rebekah Hall
25-metre indoor pool, newly renovated fitness centre, fitness classes, hot tub and Sauna room.
Provincial Government Beaches
Kickininee, Soorimpt and Pyramid parks are three provincial park picnic spots that are tucked between Highway 97 and Okanagan Lake just south of Summerland. They all offer washrooms and picnic sites. Soorimpt offers a boat launch.
Sun-Oka Beach Park, located at Summerland’s southern boundary, is one of the most superb beaches in the entire Okanagan. It offers a concession stand, washrooms, picnic tables, play area and fire pits.
Popular municipal beaches include Peach Orchard beach, Rotary beach and Powell beach. All offer restroom and changeroom facilities and picnic areas.
Tennis, squash and racquetball, as well as ESHPI (Exercise, Sport and High Performance Institute), a privately operated fitness centre.
Summerland Yacht Club and Marina with boat launch.
Four public tennis courts.
From early spring to late fall the greens in Summerland are alive with the glorious game of golf! Summerland is home to two beautiful courses–Summerland Golf & Country Club and Sumac Golf & Country Club. Summerland Golf & Country offers a championship 18-hole course that winds along Trout Creek Canyon. Sumac Ridge offers an executive 9-hole golf course with spectacular views of Okanagan Lake. Both offer excellent dining.
Four sheets of ice and recreational leagues that go on throughout the winter.
Summerland Arena’s ice surface is 200′x85′. The arena can accommodate up to 1,000 people and is used extensively for organized hockey leagues, figure skating and public skating.
Giants Head Park – hiking, view vantage point
Memorial Park – Outdoor stage, war memorial, playground area, washrooms, horseshoe rings, picnic tables Spirit Square @ Peach Orchard beach – playground area, washrooms, picnic tables, outdoor stage, “history walk”, sundial sculpture
Kin Park – playground area
Sherwood Park – stands, 3 ball fields, washrooms
Dale Meadows Park – 4 ball fields, 3 soccer fields, washroom, 3 basketball courts, jogging tracks
Research Station – 15 acre Ornamental Garden garden, museum, picnic tables
Close to major alpine and cross-country ski courses Apex Alpine Ski Hill, Crystal, Big White and Silver Star.
Summerland Lanes – 5 pin.
The Sport Fishery for the Summerland area includes: Rainbow Trout, Kokanee, Eastern Brook Trout (Char), Freshwater Lake Cod (Turbot), Lake Trout, Whitefish, Yellow Perch, Bass, Carp, Northern Pike Minnow and Crayfish all are available in the sport fishery around Summerland. The Summerland Trout Hatchery can provide more information and answer any questions you may have. They can be reached at 250.494.0491.
Giants Head Mountain, Trout Creek / Sunoka, Okanagan Mountain Park, Peach Orchard Hill and Lakeshore Boardwalk are some of Summerland’s commonly used trails.