Inkaneep Provincial Park
Attention Visitors – Important Notice!
Boil water advisory in effect
The South Okanagan/Penticton Region Health Department has issued a year-round “boil water” advisory. Water must be boiled for a minimum of 5 minutes, filtered, or treated, prior to consumption.
About This Park
Inkaneep Provincial Park is nestled in tall riverside cottonwoods in a residential area. This park offers wonderful bird watching opportunities.
Park users should use caution when hiking around this park; poison ivy is abundant in this area. The park is conveniently located just outside of the town of Oliver.
Although this small park offers few recreation opportunities, access to nearby hiking and biking trails, climbing opportunities and golfing make this an affordable and desirable location from which to explore the South Okanagan. Bike the backroads to nearby wineries or ride the International Hike and Bike Trail which runs along the far side of the river.
The campground is best suited for tenters and small RVs; most sites will not accommodate large RVs and 5th wheel trailers. This park often has sites available, even during peak periods.
Established Date: March 16, 1956
Park Size: 16 hectares
| Campground Dates of Operation
All dates are subject to change without notice
|Opening and Closing Campground Dates:
(campground is accessible but may not offer full services such as water, security, etc.)
|June 1 – Sept 17 (gates locked during off-season)|
|Campground Dates with Full Services and Fees:||June 1 – Sept 17|
|Campground Reservable Dates:||Not applicable|
|Total Number of Vehicle Accessible Campsites:||7|
|Number of Reservable Campsites, if applicable:
(all remaining sites are first-come, first-served)
|Note: The above information is for the campground only. Park users can still walk into the park if conditions such as weather permit. Check the "Attention Visitor Notice" above for park alerts.|
Location and Maps
Nature and Culture
- History: The park was established 16 March, 1956.
- Conservation: This small park plays a very significant conservation role in protecting the red listed antelope brush, old growth cottonwood and Red three-awn grass.
- Wildlife: Bird watching is good in the park and the thickets are well known for the black-headed grosbeak, Northern oriole and warbling vireo. The red listed Yellow breasted chat is also found in the park as well as the blue listed Lewis’ woodpecker.