Things to do Around CedarCreek
Discover the area surrounding the winery, from enjoying local fare to exploring the outdoors or discovering the perfect wine. Whether you have a few hours or an entire day, there is much to do in Kelowna's own backyard!
Lakeshore Wine Route
Discover the heritage of the Okanagan’s oldest vineyards. With tastings, tours and dining, we are all only a short, scenic drive from downtown Kelowna.
Four wineries, four unique experiences, one spectacular wine route. lakeshorewineries.ca
Carmelis Goat Cheese Artisan
Carmelis is a family owned boutique dairy, which takes pride in the uncompromising approach taken to ensure the unique quality of its cheeses. The cheeses are produced on a small scale which enables us to closely monitor each and every cheese while placing an emphasis on our place’s design and its integration into nature, the landscape around us, and the quality of the environment.
The milk contains no additives or preservatives, and we use no stimulation processes in its production, making sure to allot proper time for every type of cheese to reach its true maturity.
Bertram Creek Regional Park is situated on the shores of Okanagan Lake and attracts many outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy swimming, water sports, canoeing, boating, hiking, community events, bird watching and wildlife viewing.
The Bertram Creek Regional Park is a 17.9 hectare day use park. The park includes many amenities including picnic tables, grass lawns, BBQ stands, amphitheatre playground, boat launch, sandy beach, pit toilets and washrooms. No dogs are allowed in the park.
Within the park boundaries is a series of 3 short hiking trails. The trails are easy grade hikes following along, mostly, gravel and earth hiking trails. The trails cross over wooden bridges, include interpretive signs and lead to lookouts and gazebos.
Mission Park Greenway
Mission Creek Greenway is a green corridor and linear trail that runs 16.5 kilometers along Mission Creek connecting park space, interpretive viewing areas and rest spots as well as providing natural areas for wildlife.
The Greenway is a year round mecca for lovers of the outdoors. Each day more than 1,000 people use the trails for walking, running, biking, and horseback riding.
Myra Canyon Trestle
This highly-scenic portion of the Kettle Valley Runway (KVR) runs along a steep-walled canyon. Originally built by hand at the turn of the last century, this impressive landmark is highlighted by 2 tunnels and 18 trestle bridges that are too spectacular for words.
For more information, visit the Myra Canyon Restoration Society website.