Sample the variety that is the Wine Capital of Canada. Nestled in the beautiful South Okanagan Valley of British Columbia, Oliver offers visitors a distinct blend of agriculture, outdoor recreation and quality vineyards to occupy the discerning traveler. With over 2000 hours of annual sunshine Oliver boasts over 400 farms and 102 vineyards. From ‘vine to wine’, the region produces more than a third of British Columbia’s wines and supplies quality local produce readily available at farmers’ markets and roadside fruit stands.
Choose your own adventure. Whether you are a soft or extreme adventurer, Oliver is a nature lovers’ paradise. Tucked into the northern most point of the Great Basin Desert, Oliver provides a diverse landscape and a wealth of activities year round. Enjoy windsurfing, fishing, or canoeing on nearby Lake Tuc El Nuit, take in a winter day with skiing, snowboarding or snow shoeing at Mt. Baldy, play a round at one of two championship golf courses or revel in the beautiful, rugged terrain by hiking or biking one of the many trails. If you are an avid bird watcher, Oliver presents a variety of accessible terrain, from dry desert sagebrush to sub alpine tundra.
Oliver is ideally situated as a base for country drives through Okanagan wine country. Explore local wineries, farmer’s markets and experience tasty treats along the way or dine al fresco at one of many stunning destinations.
More than just wine discover the hidden jewel that is Oliver, British Columbia.
Situated along the fertile East Bench and Golden Mile Bench, Oliver, BC is home to more than 20 internationally recognized wineries.
Oliver is a year round destination. Enjoy winter sports at Mt Baldy, hiking in the spring, sample fresh produce all summer long and golf throughout the fall – the choice is yours!
From the Festival of the Grape to the half Iron Man triathlon, there are plenty of things going on in Oliver, BC.