The small picturesque town of Kaleden is located in the Okanagan valley on Skaha Lake, between Penticton and Okanagan Falls on Hwy 97. This quiet little community of just over 1,200 residents is known for its beautiful beaches, stunning views of Skaha Lake, as well as the town’s vineyards and orchards. The Kaleden Hotel Regional Park is one of their most famous attractions with it’s sandy beach and raft floating out the lake, as well as tennis courts available for the public to use. Kaleden is also known as being a historic town as it is home to two historic buildings, the General Store, and neighbouring Hotel Kaleden. If you’re looking to settle down in a small community with beautiful scenery and surroundings, with a rich history, Kaleden is the place for you.
Kaleden is a picturesque town, with orchards, vineyards and fruit stands at every turn, Next to Skaha Marina is the town’s most sought after public beach with basketball, volleyball and tennis being offered in conjunction with the draw of sand and surf.
The prevailing climate in Kaleden is known as a local steppe climate. There is little rainfall throughout the year. The climate here is classified as BSk by the Köppen-Geiger system. The temperature here averages 8.8 °C. Precipitation here averages 294 mm.
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