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Naramata

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Naramata is in the Okanagan Valley. It is a small community of about 2000 permanent residents on the eastern shores of Okanagan Lake. Naramata contains the highest concentration of wineries in British Columbia, with 23 in the immediate area.

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Drive 15 minutes north on Naramata Road from Penticton, 35 minutes from Summerland, 60 minutes from Kelowna or if you are driving from Vancouver approx. 5 hrs on Hwy 97 or the Coquihalla Hwy. You can fly in to Penticton Airport or Kelowna International Airport which takes about a an hour from Vancouver International Airport.

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  • Sun n' Sup (Sun n' Sup stand up paddle shop), 176 Robinson Ave (15 min drive from Penticton in the Naramata Village), 778-514-5594, [1]. Stand up paddle boards, kayaks & bikes available to rent hourly,daily & weekly. SUP lessons for adults and kids. Beach clothing & sandals. (49.5833 N,119.5833 W) edit


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  • Crooked Tree Guest Suites, 1278 Spiller Road, 250-490-8022, [2]. checkin: 3:30pm; checkout: 10:30am. Crooked Tree provides premium accommodation in BC's Wine Country, the beautiful Okanagan Valley. Three very spacious deluxe suites are completely self-contained, beautifully decorated, private and quiet. At 1200 sq ft on 2 levels, each has a full kitchen, 1-1/2 bathrooms, 3 decks, BBQ, fireplace, Wi-Fi, TV with Satellite and DVD and much more. Family and pet friendly, each suite may accommodate up to 6 people. Please visit our website for pictures and details; email info@crooked-tree.com 180-210.  edit


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