YOUR HOME IN THE OKANAGAN
Adventure Bay is a thriving and friendly year round community along the shoreline of Lake Okanagan. Nestled in the heart of the Okanagan Valley minutes from Vernon town center shops and restaurants, Adventure Bay homes have south facing panoramic lake, vineyard, & mountain views. Nature is at your doorstep. With miles of well-maintained hiking trails, a swimming dock, tennis and pickle ball courts, and a sandy community beach, nearly 100 homeowners already regard Adventure Bay as the preeminent lakefront residential community in the Okanagan Valley.
These unusual times have highlighted the importance of things we’ve always valued, such as great hiking and biking through wide open natural spaces. Surrounding our award - winning residential community, the private Adventure Bay Nature Reserve encompasses unspoiled natural habitat to exercise and unwind while comfortably maintaining healthy social distance.
LEARN ABOUT OUR HOME DESIGNS
At Adventure Bay, we work with you to select a lake view Lot. Our approved builders provide home plans for you to review, modify, and customize to your preferences. Their designs capture the views and complement the natural topography of the Okanagan Valley.
COME JOIN OUR COMMUNITY
Adventure Bay is home to an active year - round community. Our owners come from Alberta, British Columbia, and other parts of Canada. In addition, we have owners from the United States and abroad, giving the community diversity and vitality. Many owners are full - time residents who have transitioned to "work at home" careers, while others occupy their homes seasonally and head south for the mid-winter months.
Adventure Bay is conveniently located 30 minutes from Kelowna International Airport, with frequent flights to Vancouver and other parts of Canada and the United States. The Coquihalla Highway provides direct access to Vernon from Vancouver and other destinations.
EXPLORE OUR AMENITIES
Adventure Bay owners enjoy a wide variety of amenities. We offer on-site tennis and pickle ball courts; extraordinary hiking, dog walking, and cross country ski trails through forests and meadows; and a mile of south facing beach and shoreline along Lake Okanagan.