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The Okanagan's Valley unofficial capital, Kelowna is a rapidly-growing city rich in museums, culture, nightlife, and, most famously, wine. The largest community in the Okanagan Valley, the city sits at the heart of a large fruit-vegetable-and wine-growing region. Straddling the Okanagan Lake, the city is divided in two; with the east side home to the city's downtown core and wine district, and the west side, often called “Westbank”, home to several wineries. The city's California-like atmosphere makes it a popular destination for retirees and tourists. Swimmers, kite-boarders and boaters flock to the Okanagan Lake in the summer, while Big White resort attracts skiers in the winter. During autumn, the city's biggest draw is its superb wines. Kelowna also makes a convenient base for venturing out into the region's other beaches, ski hills, wineries, and golf courses.
The city's downtown area is very pedestrian-friendly, particularly along the waterfront and Bernard Avenue. There's a decent public bus system, as well as an extensive network of bike lanes. The downtown area is peppered with older buildings that have been converted into shops, galleries, and cafes, with Bernard Street forming the main commercial strip. City Park is home to a sandy beach, as well as a marina on the north edge. You'll also find nice beaches and green areas in Bertram Park, and just off Lakeshore in the Mission area. Other popular parks include Myra Canyon Park and Knox Mountain Park.
The Rotary Center for the Arts holds a performing arts theatre, two art galleries, and a collection of studios for artists, making it an interesting place to watch artists work or shop for gifts. Just north of the city center, you'll find wineries like Calona Wines, which is Canada's oldest and largest winery, as well as Gray Monk Estate Winery, which is known for its excellent pinot noirs.
Kelowna's wineries have attracted some fine-dining establishments to accompany the region's excellent wines, and many vineyards also offer on-site dining. Each month Kelowna receives an abundance of fresh fruits from the surrounding area, which vary by season, including cherries, plums, nectarines, peaches, and apples. These fruit harvests are often incorporated into seasonal specialities at many restaurants.
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