Bin There Dump that works with customers from all types of industries, including residential and commercial building contractors, homeowners and small business owners to dispose of their trash.
Kelowna has many amazing landscapes, cultural activities and amenities, and historical roots to explore. Stay at one of the reputable accommodations or experience the shops and attractions in Kelowna's two heritage downtowns. Savour the flavours of all four seasons at Kelowna's many dining and shopping establishments. From May to October, the farmers welcome you to pick produce on their farms or you can visit them at the Kelowna Farmer's Market.
The Kelowna Farmer's Market has offered fresh produce and hand-crafted items since 1997. The Durham Region Farmers' Market Association provides this opportunity to local farmers, growers, producers, artists, and crafts people supporting the region's economy. Space is rented by the week or season and new vendors are always welcome. Local non-profit and church groups can also participate in their fundraising sales at the market.
Stroll the streets or take one of Kelowna's many heritage walking tours, visit the Port Kelowna Marina, or engage in the many sports and recreation opportunities available, including sailing lessons. If you are new to the community or just visiting for a short while, you can get a glimpse of all that Kelowna has to offer by visiting Kelowna's Community Center which has many ways for residents and visitors to experience Kelowna's natural environment.
Kelowna maintains 125 parks with 950 acres of active parkland, over 1000 acres of passive open space, and approximately 60 kilometres of trails. Beaches, gazebos and picnic areas are wonderful places to relax and enjoy your leisure time. Skateboard parks, splash pads, sports fields and tennis courts will help keep you active while enjoying the outdoors.