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Rolling in a RV: Kelowna–Japanese Garden, museums and paths

From the bloggers at Rolling in a RV.

Kelowna is a gem of a city situated midway along the shore of 80 mile long Okanogan Lake with a flat, compact downtown area which makes for easy walking and rolling. We visited three museums and the Japanese Garden. All are very small so they can be all seen in one afternoon.

The sidewalks and curb cuts are in very good condition. The accessible paths are a combination of concrete, gravel, boardwalk and paving stone. All of the museums are accessible.

RVs are allowed to park in any city lot as long as payment is made for each occupied space. We parked in the lot on Ellis Street near the Heritage Museum– $1.00 an hour, free after 6:00 PM but no overnight parking. The machines accept coins or credit cards.

The Japanese Garden entrance is located off of Queensway next to the parking lot. It’s tiny but meticulously maintained. The paths are loose gravel so rolling is a little difficult.  Garden

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