Kekuli Bay Provincial Park is a relatively new park, established in 1990 along the west side of Kalamalka Lake. At just 57 hectares, this is a fairly compact part, but the newly-developed campground takes advantage of the park’s foresight and planning to provide shade in most of the area. The areas between each campsite benefit from special landscaping, too.
A 2.6 km walking trail provides gentle evening leisure, while nearby activities outside the park itself include zip-lining, additional beach access, wineries, and other parks. Kekuli Bay Provincial Park’s central location makes it an outstanding access point, while each campsite’s view of the lake itself ensures a gorgeous view every night.
Kekuli Bay Provincial Park is open from April to mid-October and features both a boat launch and a wharf for those who want to explore the waterways. The boat launch is open until the first snowfall. Two large parking spots provide access to the campground. Fire is permitted in the rings, although park officials recommend using camp stoves instead of firewood at this particular site.
Camping opportunities include 81 regular sites, all of which are large enough to handle RVs of any size. Kekuli Bay Provincial Park also includes an overflow area for four tents around a communal fire. Four sites include electrical hookups, while a children’s playground provides entertainment for younger visitors.