Lake Country - Life. The Okanagan Way.

THE HEART OF THE OKANAGAN
British Columbia, Canada
 

Community Resources

Lake Country is a vibrant, dynamic community with plenty of public amenities and opportunities for recreation and education. Residents have access to the Okanagan Regional Library through the local branch, as well as a wealth of sports centres and public parks. Most community services are coordinated through the District of Lake Country.  Additionally, there are many community groups that contribute to the diversity and range of interests and activities in Lake Country.

Lake Country facilities and parks are available for public use subject to the fees and regulations outlined in the Parks & Recreation Fees Bylaw. To book or rent a park or facility contact the District of Lake Country at 250-766-5650.

Beasley Park Soccer Fields & Community Centre
map
t: 250-766-5650

Oyama Community Hall
15710 Oyama Rd map
t: 250-548-3204

Carr’s Landing Community Hall

Winfield Memorial Hall
10130 Bottom Wood Lake Road map
t: 250-766-4131

Okanagan Centre Community Hall

Swalwell Park Pavilion
Bottom Wood Lake Road

Museum
11255 Okanagan Centre Road West map
t: 250-766-0111

Winfield Arena
9830 Bottom Wood Lake Rd map
t: 250-766-3030 f: 250-766-1296 bookings:250.766-5650
arena@lakecountry.bc.ca

Winfield Curling Rink
Operated by Lake Country Curling Club
9832 Bottom Wood Lake Rd  map
t: 250-766-3318 f: 766-5332

Senior’s Activity Centre
9832 Bottom Wood Lake Road map
t: 250-766-4220

Horseshoe Club
9832 Bottom Wood Lake Road map
t: 250-766-2985

Winfield Community Garden
11187 Bottom Wood Lake Rd
250-862-8825
cocgwinfield@hotmail.com OR cocg@silk.net

Oyama Community Garden
15710 Oyama Road
250-548-3837
oyamacommunitygarden@gmail.com

More information for seniors.

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