This spectacular $3.5 million facility sets a new standard for amenities, offering a wide range of activities for pleasure-seekers of all varieties. Lakestone’s Lake Club has lived up to its vision of being unrivalled in the Okanagan.
The Lake Club is the perfect setting to gather with family, meet new neighbours and reconnect with old friends. The views are endless, and the memories created will last a lifetime.
- Fully equipped fitness centre
- Swimming pool
- Two hot tubs
- Kayak and paddleboard storage just steps from the beach
- Outdoor kitchen, BBQ, and entertainment area on the pool deck
- Covered rooftop terrace with fireplace and casual seating
- His and hers change rooms with both indoor and outdoor shower facilities
- Direct access to Lakestone Beach
Steps down the trail from the Lake Club is direct lake access. The beach area features an attractive timber pavilion, picnic tables and loungers for waterside relaxation.
A quiet water area is perfect for a swim, paddle or sail, away from powered watercraft. The newly installed public swim dock is a popular new addition to the park. A private community boat dock 150 meters south of the beach provides those Lakestone owners with a powered watercraft a location to pick up friends and family for a day on the water.
Opened in Summer 2019, the Benchlands Park and multi-use sport courts are designed to benefit both owners and the general public alike; the open space is the perfect place to toss a frisbee or walk the dog.
Nestled in the heart of the Benchlands neighborhood in proximity of the Centre Club, the park offers pickleball, tennis, and basketball courts and easy access to the trails that window through the community.
- Open to owners and the general public
- Three main pickleball courts + four secondary courts
- One tennis court
- One basketball court
- Natural seating and play area
A 28.8 km network of excellent hiking trails runs from the lake shore to Beacon Park, spanning a 300-metre elevation change. Views from the summit are panoramic. With Duck, Wood and Kalamalka Lakes to the east, and Okanagan Lake to the north, west and south, these vistas are truly unparalleled in the Okanagan Valley.
Small parks situated throughout the trail system provide hikers with the opportunity to catch their breath while taking in the views. A series of trail head markers at specific entry points serve to orientate hikers so they can navigate the specific routes throughout the site.
- 4 km of paved pathways
- 28.8 km of trails leading from the lake front to the summit
- 250 acres of preserved natural space