Fintry Estate is located in a beautiful provincial park on the west shores of Okanagan Lake, halfway between Kelowna and Vernon. The area, rich in history, also offers a host of activities for the outdoor enthusiast.
The large campground (visit BC Parks for more information) features a boat launch, playground, cooking shelters, shower houses and 2 kms of beautiful beach. The area is perfect for boating, kayaking, swimming and hiking.
Friends of Fintry are unable to help you with reservations or to answer questions concerning the Campground or Fintry Provincial Park and Protected Area.
For Fintry Park camping reservations
Call 1-800-689-9025 or visit http://bcparks.ca/explore/parkpgs/fintry/
The gracious Manor House and unique octagonal dairy barn are open for guided tours during the summer months. Special tours can be arranged. Take the opportunity to step back in time and discover the fascinating history of Captain James Dun-Waters.
The Manor House and barn are closed for the season. We look forward to seeing you in the spring, please watch our website for our 2022 opening date.
The health and safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors is of utmost importance. The Fintry site and activities will follow a measured and phased approach, based on BC’s restart plan and safe operations in accordance with WorkSafe BC.
Safety and Procedures Priorities for reopening:
Keeping the buildings clean and sanitized – Keeping staff and volunteers healthy – Giving our visitors a sense of security – Keeping our visitors healthy – Adjusting tours and events – Adjusting donation policies. Our full Safety Protocols are available below.
Please join us through our virtual tours or download the self-guided walking tour
Virtual Tours https://www.fintry.ca/virtual-tours/
Self-Guided Tour Download the Self-Guided Tour Brochure Here
For upcoming events please visit EVENTS
Keep in touch with news from the Friends of Fintry through our Facebook Page or email [email protected]
We respectfully acknowledge that the Fintry Estate is on the unceded traditional territory of the syilx (Okanagan) people.