Hardy Falls Regional Park is a hiking and sightseeing destination located on the south end of Peachland, BC, Canada in the Okanagan Valley. The waterfall park includes a salmon spawning river named Deep Creek and a well maintained hiking trail leading to the falls.
The well maintained walkway is approximately 1 kilometre long. The pathway is made of gravel and boardwalk and crosses over the creek many times on the way to the falls. The walking path to the falls is wheelchair accessible.
There are a few wooden boardwalk foot bridges crossing Deep Creek on the trail. It should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete the hike from the parking lot to the falls.
Hardy Falls Regional Park includes washrooms plus a large parking lot at the end of Hardy Road. Along the path is a few sitting benches acting as viewing and resting spots. In the park is some picnic tables also, so pack a lunch.
Once you have finished exploring the waterfall, there is a trail that leads from the falls back to the highway and Antlers Beach Regional Park.
Hardy Falls Regional Park, Peachland, BC in Okanagan Valley
How To Get To: Hardy Falls Regional ParkTravel south on Highway #97 to Hardy Road. Turn here. Travel along Hardy Road to the parking lot at the end of Hardy Road. The park can also be accessed by foot from Antlers Beach Regional Park along a forested hiking trail.