Antlers Beach Regional Park is an easy access sandy beach destination located south of the community of Peachland, BC, Canada in the Okanagan Valley. The park is situated on the shores of Okanagan Lake, next door neighbor to Highway #97.
The public park is separated and sheltered from the highway by a family of Ponderosa Pines. Because of the location of the park to the highway, the park is a popular stop when traveling the Okanagan Valley.
Antlers Beach Regional Park enjoys a long pebbled beach, picnic tables and outhouses. Standing on the beach one can see up and down Okanagan Lake and Squally Point on the far side of the lake.
The beach is a good destination for swimming, picnicking and viewing the water activities on the lake.
On the other side of the highway is the trailhead leading to another popular attraction in the region - Hardy Falls. A waterfall park with a well maintained trail system leading to a waterfall.
Antlers Beach Regional Park, Peachland, BC in Okanagan Valley
How To Get To: Antlers Beach Regional Park
The Antlers Beach Regional Park is located south of the community of Peachland, BC, Canada. Travel south on Highway #97 to Hardy Road. Turn directly off the highway to the parking lot.