OK Falls was originally named after twin falls that were located where Skaha Lake emptied into the Okanagan River. Today flood control dams have reduced the falls into a series of rapids but the name remains, as does the towns' vintage beach on the southernmost shore of the lake. sx̌ʷəx̌ʷnitkʷ Provincial Park and campground is located on the river and operated by the Osoyoos Indian Band who provide interpretive tours and history on the importance of the salmon, and their waterways.
This important agricultural community is known for its fresh fruit, vegetables, and award-winning wineries. Tickleberry’s, the largest ice-cream cone seller in the Okanagan Valley and the nearby Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory are popular out of this world attractions.
For more information visit https://www.okfalls.ca/