Kaleden Hotel Park
The Kaleden Hotel is a heritage-listed property, which was first constructed in 1911 and closed due to the first world war a few years later. The building sat idle until the late 1930s when the hotel was sold and stripped of a significant portion of its construction materials and furnishings. The RDOS bought the property in 1979 for the purpose of developing the Kaleden Hotel Park. The park and its heritage structure is an unique location in the South Okanagan being popular amongst photographers and as an event space. The park features a connection to the Kettle Valley Rail Trail and is in proximity of lake access.