Naramata is one of the most special places on the planet according to thousands of tourists and wine critics from all over the world, and permanent residents who are lucky enough to call Naramata home would never disagree. A short drive across the north side of the city of Penticton you will find this picturesque community where the vineyards sprawl on forever and seemingly touch the lake. Wineries dot the road side and you’ll discover small lot operations along side world class medal contenders. There’s quaint restaurants serving fresh local fare and always something to celebrate when you live in this stunning paradise. The true Napa of the north, but seemingly more lush and with natural hilly terrain that make it a photographers paradise.
There are approximately 2000 residents that call Naramata home, so finding your perfect home in Naramata can be an adventure. The homes in Naramata range from multi-million dollar vineyard estates to quaint lake side enclaves that invoke a summer’s dream. Naramata is great place to set up shop if you’ve ever dreamed of running your own bed and breakfast, winery, vineyard or orchard.
Once you hit Township 7 you know you're on the right track.
Explore the defunct KVR train tunnels, rock ovens, and the railway right-of-way which clings to the hillside high above Okanagan Lake and is now part of the Trans-Canada Trail.
North of the city of Penticton up lower Bench Road towards Naramata Road