Peachland is a community located on the west side of Okanagan Lake in the Central Okanagan region — with small town charm but many amenities, it’s unlike anywhere you’ve ever experienced. Peachland residents enjoy eleven kilometres of unrestricted lakefront boardwalks and pathways that lead to a number of exceptional casual and fine dining restaurants as well as convenient shops, galleries and specialty boutiques.
This growing lakefront town offers an exceptional lifestyle that many can only dream of. With commanding lakefront views from your new home, and easy access to lakefront parks and beaches, you can enjoy a vacation lifestyle year round.
The Okanagan Valley is a true four season playground that offers something for everyone, from sports to arts and culture and everything in between. Your new Peachland home offers you peaceful living in a lakefront community with easy access to everything that the Okanagan is famous for: wineries, touring, boating, world class skiing, sailing, power boating and a host of other activities. At Somerset Reach, you’ll be living the luxurious Okanagan lifestyle that others can only experience on vacation.
Nourished by plenty of sunshine, the Okanagan Valley is bursting with grapes and famed for its abundance of wine. From its fertile soils, Peachland is the North American birthplace of Icewine and home to Canada’s first certified organic winery.
Once you’ve taken in the lake views between sips from the vineyards in your backyard, experience the terroir around the region along the Okanagan wine trail. You will savour the scenery overlooking vineyards and lakes in addition to the many farm-to-table restaurants, all pairing perfectly with a glass of wine.
In the springtime, temperatures are balmy and the nearby orchards and vineyards burst into bloom. While you can expect some rainfall as the temperatures begin to warm, overall precipitation remains low.
The Okanagan is renowned for its summers, drawing thousands of tourists to the region each year. With some 2,000 hours of sunshine annually and temperatures that hug 30°C, the warm, dry weather is why life in the Okanagan is the envy of people around the world.
As the temperatures cool in the fall, the vineyards, orchards, and other foliage shift to bright reds and golds, making for beautiful sightlines in every direction.
Winter in the Okanagan brings a moderate amount of snow to the low-lying valley areas along Okanagan Lake, while nearby ski resorts receive several metres of ‘champagne’ powder.