Ellison Provincial Park is nestled on the northeastern shore of Okanagan Lake and includes 200 hectares of forested benchlands above a rocky shoreline of scenic headlands and sheltered coves. The park’s natural attractions, combined with the dry, sunny Okanagan climate, provide for many recreational opportunities including swimming, climbing, diving, cycling, and hiking.
This North Okanagan park is extremely popular during the summer months and all long weekends. As a result, reservations are highly recommended and should be made well in advance. Several campsites are also always available on a first come first serve basis but are more easily acquired during spring and fall especially as reservations are not required during that time. On another note, Ellison Park offers fantastic scenic mountain biking trails for a wide range of skill levels.
PARK OPEN & CLOSING DATES:
April 12 – October 14, 2019 (Gate is locked during off season)
FULL SERVICES & FEES IN EFFECT:
April 12 – October 14, 2019
(subject to change without notice)
$32.00 per Party per night. A ‘Party’ is 1 -4 adults age 16 & over. Includes 1 RV or vehicle.
$12.00 per Additional Vehicle per night (does not include additional RVs)
$16.00 per BC Senior couple per night (before June 15th and after Labour Day)
$8.00 per BC Senior Additional Vehicle per night
PARK OPERATING HOURS:
Check-In: 1pm – 11pm
Quiet Time: 10pm – 7am
Gates Locked: 11pm – 7am nightly
Ice available for Sale during peak season.
Cold water available for cooking & drinking from taps located throughout the Park.
Campfires permitted within provided fire-rings. Firewood available for purchase from Park Operator.
Lakeside Day Use Areas with Picnic Tables.
Mostly Flush & some Pit Toilets available through the Park & in the Shower Building.
Pets permitted but must be on a leash at ALL times. Pet Beach available.
Children’s Playground located between campsites #54 and #66.
Reservations accepted at this Park. Can be made 4 months in advance of arrival date.
Sandy beaches located in 2 bays and marked by swimming buoys. Note No Lifeguards on Duty. In addition, features western Canada’s only freshwater dive park where sunken artifacts can be found.
Hot Showers available for Registered Guests only. No additional fee.
Some facilities, including showers, are wheelchair accessible. Note trails down to the beaches are steep.
(Sorry, no boatlaunch)