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There is currently lower than average snow conditions in the Graystokes. As such the groomer has not been on the trails at this time. [Dec 12]

Dinner meetings

Location: Rutland Centennial Hall, 180 Rutland Rd North.

 Happy hour 5:30

Dinner at 6:30. 

Cost for dinner is $20 per person kids 6-12 $10 5 and under are free.

If you're attending, you must e-mail Louise at at least 3 days prior. 

If you plan on attending the meeting you must e-mail Louise at at least one week prior to the meeting date. No charge to attend the meeting which follows dinner.​


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​​​Upcoming Events:

Dec 19 KSC Dinner Meeting
Turkey and Baked Ham with all the trimmings.

Santa Claus will be at the meeting for the kids, so
we need to know how many adults and if your bringing
Kids, Grandkids, etc. their names, gender and ages. As Santa will be giving them gifts to fit their age.

See Below for More Details!

​​​​Sled with the Kelowna Snowmobile Club

Deep snow, smooth trails, alpine vistas and endless meadows. That’s what you will experience when you snowmobile in the Kelowna area. The Graystokes Park snowmobile trails are groomed throughout the winter season with over 150 kilometers of marked loop trails, the largest groomed trail system in BC, and five cabins. Ride St. Margaret Trail to the  beautiful view from atop Jubilee Mountain or unload at Idabel Lake and ride to the top of Little White. The Kelowna Snowmobile Club takes pride in having some of the best powder snow conditions as well as being one of the safest areas to ride in the province. "Newbies" and families will love the groomed, well marked trail system and for those wishing to venture off trail... the pristine meadows await you.