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CAMPGROUND OPERATING DATES: June 1st 2017 – September 17th 2017 (subject to change without notice)
Inkaneep: Conveniently Located Minutes from Oliver and Okanagan Falls
Inkaneep Provincial Park is nestled in tall riverside cottonwoods in a residential area. This park offers wonderful bird watching opportunities. Park users should use caution when hiking around this park; poison ivy is abundant in this area. Although this small park offers few recreation opportunities, access to nearby hiking and biking trails, climbing opportunities and golfing make this an affordable and desirable location from which to explore the South Okanagan. Bike the backroads to nearby wineries or ride the International Hike and Bike Trail which runs along the far side of the river.
Camping at Inkaneep also provides convenient access to popular local wineries and shopping. Inkaneep Provincial Park is minutes away from amenities and popular tourist spots; grab ice cream at Tickleberry’s, take a cruise through wine country, pick your own strawberries on a tour of Covert Farms, or explore unique and fun shopping opportunities in Penticton, OK Falls, Oliver, and Osoyoos! The park is conveniently located just outside of the town of Oliver.
The campground is best suited for tenters and small RVs; most sites will not accommodate large RVs and 5th wheel trailers. This park often has sites available, even during peak periods.
$18 per party / night
$9 charge for second vehicle / night
For full fee schedule and more information please visit BC PARKS Fees.
This park is self-registration and all fees are cash only.
There are 7 small campsites at this park. It is 100% first come, first serve (no reservations possible).
Pit toilets are available at this park.
There is a water hand pump. Boil water notice. It is recommended to bring drinking water.
Campfires are permitted in the campsite fire rings. Fires must be less than .5m high. Please do not leave fires unattended and watch for fire ban notices.
Many cycling opportunities exist in the area. Bike the backroads to nearby wineries or ride the International Hike and Bike Trail which runs along the far side of the river.
There are fishing opportunities in Okanogan River adjacent to the campground. Caution; poison ivy on trail to river.
Pets are welcome at this park but must be on a leash at all times. During the summer months it may be too hot to leave your animal behind at your site.