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Lake Okanagan is situated 344 meters above Sea Level and is part of the Okanagan Valley land basin. The lake has three cities on its shores with Vernon at the North end, Kelowna on the Eastern shores in the central region and Penticton at the South.

Rattlesnake Island
The Island is across from Peachland on the eastern side of the lake. The better dives are along the western side of the islan
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Squally Point
Legend has it that the OGOPGO lurks in the waters around Squally Point. Traditionally, the Okanagan nation would not pass by
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Traders Cove
Trader's Cover Marine Park is located on a grassy point on the west bank of the Okanagan lake just north of Kelowna. This sit
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The Milk Truck
Whats left of a very old milk truck lays in 100 feet of water. The truck itself is more the body than an entire truck. There
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The Bridge
The new Bill Bennett Bridge across Okanagan Lake was completed in May 2008. The old bridge was south of the new bridge and
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The Store at Okanagan Centre
Located just passed Okanagan Landing on Old Okanagan Road, “The Store” offers a little variety to the infamous “blue tr
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Barge At Fintry
Fintry Provincial Park Park is accessable from April 1st to mid-October The park is located on the northwe
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Ellison Provincial Park - Vernon
Otter Bay in Ellison Provincial Park in Vernon is the site of western Canada's first freshwater scuba-diving and snorkelling
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Scruggins Reef
Careful when accessing by boat!!! The rocks are very close to the surface for about 300 ft offshore. If you look carefully
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Caesars Landing
The site was named after Henry Northcote Caesar in 1893. If you’re anchoring in the bay, please have respect for the privat
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Pauls Tomb
Paul’s Tomb is best accessed by boat. The bay is small, but beautiful, and offers some excellent scenery. Beach with care f
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Bertram Creek Park
Bertram Park is located on the east shore of the lake south of Kelowna. Enter at the north end of the park near the gazebo if
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Commando Bay
This great destination point is named Dunrobin's Bay after L. Race Dunrobin. The bay was used by the British forces as a trai
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Pentowna Marina
Artifacts from the Paddlewheeler "SS Pentowna" can be fond on this site along with mining tires used to buld the breakwater.
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Otter Bay
The Otter Bay dive site is located in Ellison Provincial Park, on the east shore of Okanagan Lake just south of Vernon. This
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Lake Okanagan Resort
This dive site is on the west side of the Okanagan Lake, north of the Wilson's Landing dive site. The Resort is a large compl
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