Oyama is a predominant farming community located between Wood Lake and the gorgeous jewel of the Okanagan, Kalmalka Lake. It is a mecca for locals and tourists to pick up fresh produce including fresh vegetables, fruit, and flowers. The Okanagan Rail Trail has opened this Lake Country neighbourhood to a steady bike and walking traffic flow. Local residents of Oyama are also frequent patrons of the rail trail and use it regularly to commute straight through to downtown Kelowna. Very shortly the connection will also be complete to Vernon.
Homes in Oyama are a mix of older-style subdivisions, farm acreage, mobile home parks, and a few townhome options. Many property owners benefit from lake views and/or lake access from their homes in Oyama. Oyama is a beautiful hidden gem in the Okanagan Valley. It’s got all three Q’s nailed down, from quaint to quiet, Oyama is quintessentially Okanagan.
Winfield is the central hub for Lake Country. You’ll find all your needs are serviced in downtown Winfield. Schools, shopping, dining, and professional services are easily accessible for all Lake Country residents. All the usual fast-food suspects, as well as some cherished Okanagan dining gems like L’Isola Bella can be found here.
There are multiple options to live near or on Wood Lake in Winfield, including condo buildings surrounding popular Beasley Park. Beasley has a few soccer pitches, a playground, and a beach with access to Wood Lake. It’s a favourite pastime of local residents. Next to Beasley is the Wood Lake Campground. This campground has a boat launch, marina, and one of the most popular pubs in the Okanagan, Turtle Bay.
Just before the Lakes master-planned community, you’ll find another shopping area with even more food, dining, and professional service options. Winfield has a few mobile home parks available for affordable options, and a fair share of fixer-uppers perfect for renovations.
Contact our real estate team today if you would like to learn more about real estate for sale in Lake Country.