Seasonal RV Resort
Family owned and operated since 1964
WELCOME TO KLUB KALAMALKA
Klub Kalamalka is a family owned and operated RV campground since 1964
With 1300 feet of lake frontage we offer a variety of water and land activities. There are many opportunities for sailing, water sports, tennis, volleyball and special events, organized or spontaneous.
Sites are on the water or have views of the most beautiful lake in the Okanagan Valley. RV sites with water and electricity are complimented by washrooms with free hot showers, free firewood, on site laundry, day lodge, tennis court and much more!
Klub Kal is a full season lease campground and does not have nightly RV site rentals or tenting. Some campers choose to rent out their fully outfitted sites and that information can be located on our Rentals Page.
The season begins after April 15th and ends October 15th.
Opening Day 2020 Countdown
BEING A KLUB KALIAN
A Day at Klub Kal
Wake up to the sound of birds chirping, the soft sounds of water as it hits the shore and a beautiful tropical-coloured lake before your eyes. On this day you can choose to join in on one of the activities on the Klub Kal calendar, go hiking, swimming, riding your bike along the scenic RailTrail, or sit at the water's edge and do absolutely nothing but take in the sun and scenery.
The kids are off playing in the playground, swimming with friends and loving the sunshine. The only thing you have to think about is what you want to barbecue for dinner and look forward to sitting by the campfire with friends in the evening.
EXPLORE THE AREA
This is a region that truly has something for everyone. Foodies flock to the area's renowned orchards and vineyards; families can't get enough of the many sandy, lakeside beaches; and outdoor enthusiasts come for the golfing, hiking, biking and skiing.
The history and culture of the region - from its Aboriginal peoples to European fur traders to wine makers and food producers - is strongly tied to the land. This is reflected in many of the area's museums, heritage sites, and much of its artwork, where the colourful past is brought to life for visitors.