Northern Access from Evergreen Drive. August 12, 2021

The City of Penticton has opened up the area to the east of the yellow gate at the end of Evergreen Drive to parking. Eventually this will be converted into a parking lot for 90 vehicles. Please drive slowly on entering and leaving the parking area to help reduce dust, which drifts onto the patio of the corner house. Note: this is for day use only and camping (or sleeping in vehicles) is not permitted.


Skaha Bluffs Park Watch Society is a registered non-profit society, incorporated September 11, 2015. The purpose of the society is to deter auto crime in the Skaha Bluffs parking lot and inform patrons of the potential of vehicle break-ins. The SBPWS observers will work hard to educate the public about safety in the parks, act as goodwill 'ambassadors' for the area and make patrons aware of the ecological importance of the area.

Major funding for the Park Watch program is made possible by the generous support of the Penticton mayor and council through municipal grants. All funds and donations go directly to provide employment for local individuals with barriers through the Penticton & Area Cooperative Enterprises.


  • Donate at the parking lot. Your Loonie or Toonie helps fund this program and helps keep your vehicle and possessions safe while you enjoy your time at the Bluffs.


  • Donate using the "Donate" button below.


  • Become an Annual Supporter of Skaha Park Watch for a donation of $50.00 or more. The first 20 Annual Supporters will receive this cool T Shirt with original art work by Rick Leslie ($25.00 value). All Annual Supporters will be given a sticker to place on the windshield of their vehicle.


  • Donations may also be made by e-cheque to: (Please include your address with electronic donations.)
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Your donation helps keep the parking lot safe.


For more info, please email Rolf Rybak at:



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