Peachland

Peachland is a small town of approximately 5000 residents in the Okanagan Valley, on the west side of Okanagan Lake in British Columbia, Canada. It was founded in 1899 by John Moore Robinson, although the region had long been home to the Okanagan First Nations.

Peachland is approximately half an hour's drive south of the city of Kelowna and about a twenty minute drive north of Summerland. It is a growing community largely located on a steep sidehill with new residents coming from all across Canada. Located across from Peachland is Rattlesnake Island, home of the legendary Ogopogo. Peachland is approximately 370 km from Vancouver, British Columbia on the BC south coast.

Surrounded by orchards, vineyards and towering Ponderosa pines, Peachland is a serene and picturesque community located on the shore of Okanagan Lake in the Okanagan Valley.

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Wind0.89 m/s
Cloudiness1 %
Temperature (min/max)16/18 °C
Pressure1020 hpa
Humidity41 %
Last update: 12 Jun 2024 @ 18:12

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