Things To Do In Penticton

Nine-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four at Pine Hills Golf Club in Penticton (Up to 45% Off)

Pine Hills Golf Club

Penticton

C$40 C$24

Nine-hole par 3 course fairways rise and fall with the slopes along Okanagan Lake’s southern rim

9-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four Including Power Carts at Skaha Meadows Golf Course (Up to 43% Off)

Skaha Meadows Golf Course

Penticton

C$78 C$49

2,435-yard, par-35 course features sweeping, scenic views between South Okanagan wine country and two lakes

Campground Stay for One, Two, or Four at Gold Mountain RV Park & Cabins (Up to 58% Off). Four Options Available.

Gold Mountain RV Park & Cabins

Hedley

C$58 C$29

Two double beds are in each cabin; laundry and shower facilities are onsite

5 or 10 Belly-Dancing Classes at Boundless Belly Dance (Up to 57% Off)

Boundless Belly Dance

Penticton

C$45 C$22

Instructors run empowering classes in many styles that show students how to express themselves through movement and build confidence

Two or Four Drop-In Dance Classes for One, Two, or Four at High Heels High Hopes Productions Inc. (Up to 59% Off)

High Heels High Hopes Productions Inc.

Penticton

C$30 C$15

Dance in heels at the Army of Sass weekly drop-in classes, which begin Tuesday, July 1

18-Hole Round of Golf with Cart Rental for Two or Four at Summerland Golf and Country Club (Up to 50% Off)

Summerland Golf and Country Club

Summerland

C$166 C$85

An 18-hole course at a PGA of British Columbia Bronze Facility that stretches alongside the Trout Creek Canyon

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As the sounds of crashing pins and cheering players echo across Vineyard Lanes, owners Gayle and Gordon Grant keep a watchful eye over their five-pin bowling haven. Since taking ownership, the duo has reconditioned the pinsetters and installed new synthetic wood for each of the facility's eight lanes. Their continuing efforts lure in both casual bowlers and leagues.

Vineyard Lanes' on-site bistro complements rounds of pin pummelling. A white, cross-hatched fence sets off the dining area, where aromas of stuffed mushroom caps and slow-roasted-beef sandwiches distract players long enough for finicky bowling pins to sneak out the back door.

7705 Prairie Valley Rd
Summerland,
BC
CA

The centrepiece is a 14-foot screen. And 26 plasma TVs reinforce the HD sports experience, from UFC fights to NHL fights. The games enjoyed at Best Damn Sports Bar aren't all passively viewed, though; billiards, darts, and arcade games beckon the competitive side of patrons.

Sports fans periodically fill cheering mouths with savoury bar favourites, including burgers, flatbread pizzas, and wings that come in 15 varieties—honey garlic and butter chicken, to name two. And to wash down it all down, draft and bottled beer, cocktails, and red and white wine vie for table supremacy.

360 Martin St
Penticton,
BC
CA

Working alongside 2010 PGA Champion Martin Kaymer, Wayne Hachey brings a bunker full of experience to his post as Desert Golf Academy's head instructor. As a player, Wayne has excelled on both sides of the Atlantic, Earth's saltiest water hazard. He once carded a 29 on 9 holes at British Columbia's Osoyoos Golf Club and shot a low-round of 64 at Scotland's famous Lundin Links. As a coach, Wayne is acquainted with all modern teaching approaches, from the single-plane swing to the technical insights of noted golf instructor Hank Haney, and has used these approaches to develop many of todays top European Tour players. Wayne's staff of pros—including Central Alberta standout Drew Bolokoski—have all learned from his knowledge of the swing, and augment their lessons with FlightScope swing analysis.

4207 Pebble Beach Drive
Osoyoos,
BC
CA

When players peer down the first fairway at Pine Hills Golf Club, they may feel a bit like a placekicker in football, aligning themselves for a shot between uprights formed by tall Ponderosa pine trees. And though successful strokes may not result in fans rushing the course to lift golfers up onto their shoulders, the difficulty involved can give players a deep sense of accomplishment. Challenges such as this one, which arise from a confluence of elevation and natural surroundings, are frequent on the nine-hole par 3 course, draped as it is over the hillsides along Okanagan Lake?s southern rim. As golfers look up from their tight lies, they can feast their eyes on the expanse of Okanagan Lake to the east and the town of Penticton, due south.

3610 Pine Hills Dr
Penticton,
BC
CA

Behind the wheel of Top Gear Karting's high performance go-karts, drivers zoom around Penticton Speedway at up to 75 km/h. The wheels of up to 14 Intrepid karts—including senior models for drivers over age 14 and junior models for younger drivers—navigate the 0.7-kilometre track and its one banked turn during drop-in races that last 10 minutes apiece. Top Gear Karting's convenient arrive and drive program outfits drivers with all the equipment they need to take part in these individual races, face foes in league match-ups, or taste burnt rubber during driving academy lessons.

2070 Carmi Avenue
Penticton,
BC
CA

At Okanagan Street Striders, mobile elliptical machines break free from the gym’s stationary rows and help exercisers grab some fresh air during their cross-training workouts. A fitness-savvy staff acquaints riders with their mounts, which target muscles all over the body without unnecessary impact or unnatural motions. Riders glide along paved trails and pathways, taking in a scenic alternative to staring at television screens, helping riders avoid the cardio room’s cramped confines or tempting smells from the gym's in-house bakery. In addition to daily rentals, Okanagan Street Striders also organizes group night rides.

175 97 Hwy N
Penticton,
BC
CA