McKinley Landing Houses for Sale

Search all McKinley Landing houses for sale and real estate listings below. McKinley Landing is a small lakeside neighbourhood in Kelowna, BC, north of Kelowna, along the eastern shores of Okanagan Lake. Impressive lake-view homes are found in this area, offering authentic Okanagan living. Many homes in this neighbourhood are West Coast Contemporary architecture, which makes most of the lake, mountain and valley views from their large windows and multiple sundecks.

McKinley Beach is a newer development within the neighbourhood, and every property shares the use of a beach, a private marina, an outdoor gym, a community garden, a playground and tennis courts! To request up-to-date information about properties for sale in McKinley Landing, or to arrange a private showing, contact your Kelowna real estate experts today!   

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Real Estate in McKinley Landing

McKinley Landing is one of Kelowna’s lakeside communities. You can find waterfront property with contemporary new builds and older, well-cared-for estates. There are also plenty of homes with water views, as the east slopes of the Okanagan Lake overlook the water, mountains, and trees, providing spectacular vistas you will never tire of. 

Natural landscapes, treed lots, and greenspaces are staples in this quiet and safe community. Real estate is diverse, and home buyers may find houses, condos, townhouses, or apartment listings to suit their buying requirements. 

There are also affordable non-waterfront homes for sale in this open, quiet neighbourhood, where you and your family can live, play, and grow together. Several property listings in McKinley Landing feature one- or two-car garages, yards, and plenty of space to park vehicles, RVs and boats. 

About McKinley Landing, Kelowna

McKinley Landing is a lakeside community in Kelowna, British Columbia, accessible via Glenmore Road. It is on a popular part of the lake, across from Bear Creek Provincial Park and just north of the Kelowna Yacht Club, making it an ideal location to move to if you are a person who enjoys water toys or wants a private dock. 

McKinley Landing is a 15-minute drive from the central shopping district and Downtown Kelowna. This provides residents convenient access to grocery stores, clinics, gas stations, and the cultural district’s amenities like art galleries and restaurants, theatres, and yoga studios. The Kelowna International Airport is 13 minutes away, and the Kelowna General Hospital, one of the best hospitals in British Columbia, is a 20-minute drive. 

Children will attend school just minutes from home in the nearby Glenmore neighbourhood. Post-secondary education in Kelowna includes the Okanagan College, UBC Okanagan, the Justice Institute of British Columbia, and aesthetician and trade schools, and wherever you work in the city will be a short, convenient commute away. 

Tourism is a big part of living in Kelowna, with a busy summer season. Other thriving industries include health care, manufacturing, agriculture, and technology, providing a mixed population and a blended rural and urban ambiance unique to this part of the Okanagan Valley.  

Everyday activities residents of McKinley Landing participate in include boating, swimming, hiking, golfing, and skiing. Kelowna is a safe and accessible city providing a high quality of life, with some of the best weather in BC and plenty of recreational and job opportunities. 

Things to Do in McKinley Landing

 Apple Triathlon

Getting its name from the region’s signature fruit, the Apple Triathlon is an annual race with swimming, cycling, and running along a course that follows the flat shoreline of Lake Okanagan, acting as a fun challenge for locals, as well as the qualifying race for the Grand Final World Championships. The course is a 1.5k swim, a 37.2km bike ride, and a 10km run. For a shorter version of the race, enter the Sprint, which is approximately half of the whole triathlon, with a 750m swim, an 18.6km bike ride, and a 5km run. 

If you have never done a triathlon before and are worried about the swimming portion but want to give it a go, you can enter the Try-A-Tri race, a short “super sprint” course that is a 300m swim, an 8.5km bike ride, a 1.7km run. Kids, youth, and junior races are also open to younger athletes. 

Rock The Lake

Rock the Lake is a three-day classic rock festival at Prospera Place every summer, just minutes from downtown Kelowna and Okanagan Lake. You can purchase a three-day or a single-day pass and enjoy a wide variety of rock music bands, food trucks and vendors. You can buy your favourite band souvenir tee or other fun merchandise and goods. This event sells out fast, so get your tickets as soon as they go on sale!

Big White Winter Rally

Enjoy the Big White Winter Rally with the Kelowna car-loving community, watching cars race in the middle of a snowy December. See winter driving at its finest on five special stages, including snow and ice driving, steep grades, and other challenges. This is a cold winter event, and participants and spectators must be prepared for winter conditions. People come from all over to participate in this hard-core event, and you can watch this unique Kelowna winter sport free of charge.