Gellatly Bay Trails and Parks Society

Images of parks, hiking trails and call to get involved by volunteering, contributing and enjoying

Welcome to Gellatly Bay Trails and Parks Society in West Kelowna!

Gellatly Bay Trails and Parks Society is a not-for-profit volunteer group established as an independent organization by the Westbank Rotary Club in 1986.

We are dedicated to continuing to find opportunities to build trails and initiate activities to raise public awareness of the enjoyment and benefits of trails on the Westside. Many of the heavily used trails and parks in West Kelowna exist by virtue of our efforts over the years. For example, the Gellatly Bay foreshore trail was constructed by the Society and the Rotary Club in 1994. Several other West Kelowna landmarks have also benefitted from our efforts, such as Powers Creek trail, and the Boucherie/Pritchard Road trails.

Learn all about the Gellatly Trails and Parks Society by clicking here.

To learn more about the projects we have completed and those planned click.

To learn about how you can get involved and support the Society click here.

View from West Kelowna hiking trail
 

Overlooking Okanagan Lake from West Kelowna hiking trail