Community


Naramata Community Garden

See Discover Naramata Guide Map: I-3
Latitude:  49° 35′ 50.27″ N – Longitude: 119° 35′ 30.08″ W
Distance to the centre of Naramata: 0.65 km (1 minute)
Distance to downtown Penticton: 14.4 km (16 minutes)
Email: Contact the Naramata Community Garden
Web: Naramata Community Garden
The Naramata Community Garden is a co-operative venture between the community, School District 67 and the Naramata Elementary School. It was founded in response to school curricula of introducing agricultural and environmental awareness to classrooms. The Society administers the site; donations of time, labour and materials have provided a fenced area, raised beds, picnic tables and a garden shed. Residents of Electoral Area E may join the Society; a garden plot is secured at a nominal fee. The school claims four beds, unassigned plots are maintained by the Society and there is a social/educational space where gardening skills are shared.


Naramata Heritage Museum

250-496-5597
See Discover Naramata Guide Map: H-3
224 Robinson Avenue, Naramata BC, V0H 1N0
Latitude:  49° 35′ 51.62″ N – Longitude: 119° 36′ 4.42″ W
Distance to the centre of Naramata: 0.02 km (1 minute)
Distance to downtown Penticton: 15.1 km (18 minutes)
Web: www.naramatamuseum.com
Displays of historic photos and artifacts of early Naramata and surrounding areas.

Sales of articles and cards depicting our heritage quilt.

(Photo at right: Naramata circa 1915. Courtesy the The Okanagan Archive Trust Society)


Naramata Parks and Recreation

250-490-4208
Naramata Parks & Recreation Commission 101 Martin Street, Penticton BC, V2A 5J9
Email: naramata_rec@rdos.bc.ca

The Naramata Parks & Recreation Commission advises on matters that pertain to Naramata Parks and Trails.

The Commission is a volunteer committee of the Regional District of the Okanagan Similkameen.

We develop and maintain Naramata’s parks, trails and recreation services and contribute to local events and cultural opportunities.

Download the Program Guide for the current schedule.

 


MyNaramata.com

 

MyNaramata.com is brought to you as a public, interactive information source by the Naramata Citizens Association (NCA).

MyNaramata.com posts articles of local news, history and events. The site has information on local groups, a calendar, weather and a classifieds column. The public is encouraged to contribute articles of their own.

The NCA encourages you to refer to this site daily for important information about what is happening in Naramata.

The site is edited and maintained by Deborah Linton.

 


South Okanagan Trail Alliance

south_ok_trail_allianceThe South Okanagan Trail Alliance represents an active group of like-minded individuals who view the valley’s wealth of single track trails as a priceless recreational resource. We feel that forest and mountain trails are of incalculable social, physical and mental value to our communities and that they should be shared & cared for.

The Trail Alliance advocates for, builds, maintains, signs, sanctions & maps singletrack trails year-round. Our area of interest spans nearly 400 square km, encompassing lands surrounding Summerland, Penticton, Naramata, Okanagan Falls, Oliver, Apex Resort and the Carmi-Beaverdell Road.

We welcome you to join us in working closely with BC parks, city and municipal officials, crown land managers and private property owners as we support and improve our outstanding local recreational trail infrastructure.

Please visit www.SouthOkanaganTrailAlliance.com to learn more about our organization & its projects.