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Penticton Channel, BC

Penticton Channel Short Term Forecast

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The Penticton River Channel also known as the Okanagan River Channel is a man-made water channel that was first created in the 1950’s to control flooding and water flow from the Okanagan Lake to Skaha Lake. The 7 km (4 miles) river is a great past time for swimming paddling and snorkeling. However the most popular method of transportation is to relax on a tube (available for rental) or flotation device and drift down the river on a warm sunny day and enjoy the typically mild current. The adventure down the river can last about three hours and there are shuttle services available to take you back for a small fee.This part of Okanagan Lake has generally met water quality objectives for nitrogen and phosphorus.
Water Quality
Tested weekly from June 15 to September 30
Historical Status
The status of this beach is GREEN
This beach passes water quality tests at least 95% of the time.

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