Kickininee Provincial Park is a 49 hectare lake park on the shores of Okanagan Lake located between the communities of Penticton and Summerland, BC, Canada in the Okanagan Valley. The Kickininee Provincial Park consists of 3 small separate pebbled beach parks named the Kickininee, Soorimpt and Pyramid.
Established in 1970, the three parks are situated, one after the other, in between Okanagan Lake and the major highway in the Okanagan Valley - Highway #97. The park provides a good spot to rest while traveling the Okanagan. The day-use parks attract people who enjoy swimming, picnicking, boating, kayaking, canoeing and fishing.
The Kickininee Day Use Park includes three green space areas at different elevations. The upper grass lawns, next to the large parking lot, is shaded and includes some picnic tables with views. A short paved path leads down to the middle green space where there are more picnic tables and views. The short path then continues down to the pebbled beach area. The beach includes a roped off swimming area.
The Soorimpt Day-Use Park is the only park with a boat launch accessing Okanagan Lake of the three parks. The boat launch is paved and there is plenty of room for parking trailers. There is also two designated areas of green space near the boat launch for picnicking with picnic tables. The sites enjoy lake views, with some picnic tables in shade while others exposed to the sun. Both enjoy access to the mostly pebbled beach.
The Pyramid Day-Use Park is recognized by the mound of clay seen from the highway. The picnic area in the park includes a good selection of picnic tables, some in the shade of Cottonwood Trees - some exposed to sun. The green space lawns lead to a pebbled beach. At the north end of the beach is a sandy beach area and swimming.
Each park provides flush toilets in the summer months and year round pit toilets.