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.
Manor House Tours are back!
We are please to announce that Fintry Provincial Park is now open and with that our Manor House tours will resume until the end of the season!
Tours will run Saturday and Sunday, 1:00PM – 3:45PM!
Donations are welcome as we are a non-profit society. See you all soon!
Honorary Lifetime Memberships
Two of our long time Board members are retiring. Also, recognition was given to our curator for 21 years with the Friends of Fintry. We were delighted to present them with Honorary Lifetime Memberships at our AGM yesterday. Congratulations Dan, Gwendy and John!
Summer Tour Schedule
Manor House and Barn Tours cancelled until further notice.
The Fintry Ayrshires
The Friends of Fintry Provincial Park Society are pleased to announce the launch of the virtual exhibit, The Fintry Ayrshires: Scottish Cattle in the Far West. The Fintry Ayrshires was funded through Digital Museums Canada.
skʷinutaʔytn Reconciliation Plaque
Installed May 2022, the plaque recognizes that Fintry Provincial Park is part of the Syilx Okanagan’s unceded territory and proclaims the delta provides critical habitat for endangered and sensitive species.
Camping at Fintry Provincial Park
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/
Keep in touch with news from the Friends of Fintry through our Facebook Page, Instagram or email [email protected].
We respectfully acknowledge that the Fintry Estate is on the unceded traditional territory of the syilx (Okanagan) people.