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Penticton BC lies in the heart of BC's most productive wine region in the beautiful Okanagan Valley. Penticton enjoys some of the mildest year round weather in all of Canada. Warm summers and mild winters make Penticton a real oasis. With a population of 41,500 in the greater area, Penticton is a great town for families looking for big city amenities with a small town flavour.

Combine the natural beauty of the area and the temperatures, and you'll see why Penticton is such a tourist destination. The business landscape of Penticton is well suited to hospitality! Penticton is ranked the 7th largest urban centre for income generated by tourism in BC. The Penticton & Wine Country Visitors Information Centre helps over 90,000 tourists per year. The Thompson Okanagan region is 3rd highest destination for tourism in BC, and hosts more than 650,000 visitors per year.

There's hiking and biking through glorious pine-scented mountain forests. You can also enjoy leisurely strolls and refreshing dips in our parks and beaches. Be sure to take in some great boating and water activities from swimming to windsurfing to fishing. Thanks to the mild climate and day and days of sun, golf enthusiasts can indulge themselves with a long season on scenic fairways.

Warm months aren't the only time to be in Kelowna, BC. The winter activities are every bit as exciting, and boundless. With its snow-capped mountains and awesome views, Kelowna, and the Okanagan Valley, is an exhilarating place for skiing and snowboarding. For those who love to explore lush, aromatic forests, just put on snowshoes or cross-country skis and prepare for miles of awe-inspiring trails. You'll see wildlife, birds and amazing views all along the way.

That's not all. Kelowna's growing Cultural District covers a six-block downtown area and features a concentration of galleries, museums, theatres, a casino, artists' studios, fine dining, unique shops and a vibrant cultural life all year long. Prospera Place, a 6,000-seat multi-purpose facility that's home to the Kelowna Rockets of the Western Hockey League, attracts major entertainers and events, and is also located in the heart of the city.

ACCOMMODATION: 2,100 hotel/motel bed units,
800 campground/RV sites, 46 B&Bs
HOSPITALITY: Over 100 restaurants, home to BC's "Restaurant Of The Year" 2002
CONVENTION CENTRE: Largest meeting facility in BC, outside of the Vancouver Centre

If tourism and hospitality isn't what you are looking for, there's lots of other businesses in Penticton with opportunities for you in retail, manufacturing and Construction.

Lots to do in Penticton!

Recreation Facilities & Activities: Great ski areas, lots of golf courses, helicopter sightseeing tours, houseboating, sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing, swimming, rock climbing, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, sightseeing, The world famous Ironman Triathalon, Okanagan Hockey School.

And of course.... The water!

OKANAGAN LAKE is BC's best known and largest warm water lake and is internationally renowned as the home of the famous OGOPOGO lake monster. Okanagan Lake is 110 km long and connects the three major Okanagan Valley centres of; Kelowna, Vernon and Penticton.

SKAHA LAKE is over 24 km long, and offers warm waters to enjoy in all types of watercraft.

Penticton offers a great lifestyle and lots of career opportunities. Check out the new opportunities in Penticton and come live in paradise!


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