Goat’s Peak Park announced to open in fall

The $5M park will feature hiking trails

Location of Goat’s Peak Park Photo:Google Earth

Location of Goat’s Peak Park Photo:Google Earth

Goat’s Peak Regional Park will open in West Kelowna this fall.

Murray Kopp, director of parks at the Central Okanagan Regional District announced the soft opening for the $5M project during a presentation yesterday at West Kelowna Council.

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The 52 hectare park sits on the slopes above Okanagan Lake between West Kelowna and Peachland and will have trails for the public to enjoy.

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The soft opening will happen in fall and the opening for public in spring.

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