Travel & Stay

Penticton is nestled between Okanagan and Skaha Lakes in the Okanagan Valley. The valley is a wildly popular destination for tourists, who come for the warm climate, sandy beaches, beautiful orchards, hiking, and award-winning wineries.

The city supports a lively arts and culture community, with art in galleries, studios, traffic circles, coffee shops, and wineries. Learn more about Penticton’s history at the Penticton Museum, where there are exhibits on the Okanagan First Nations, as well as the Kettle Valley Railway and the SS Sicamous. Outdoor activities range from biking, hiking, and golfing, to climbing, caving, and ziplining. There is a growing culture of breweries, distilleries, and cideries, as well as a wide variety of dining options with bistros, ethnic eateries, cafes, and upscale restaurants.

For more information on the city, please visit http://www.hellobc.com, or http://www.visitpenticton.com.

Accommodations

Days

For accommodations during the festival, please visit Day’s Inn & Conference Centre who is offering rooms at a special discount rate of $69.00 + tax per night.

To reserve your room call the front desk (anytime 24 hrs) at 250-493-6616.

Included in the rate is Wi-Fi, parking, and a continental breakfast each morning. The Day’s Inn amenities include an indoor heated pool and hot-tub, outdoor pool and courtyard, modest fitness room, and an award winning restaurant on-site, The Black Iron Grill and Steakhouse. They are located right next to the Penticton River Channel Park, a block and a half from the beach, and just a few minutes in the car to the Shatford Centre.

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