About the project

Manhattan Point Park is located at one of Kelowna's most westerly points and is envisioned to offer waterfront access and public amenities. It boasts stunning views of the lake and mountains, and connects to key areas via Flintoft Avenue and an east-west alley. It's also a pivotal part of the Paddle Trail and the Manhattan Drive neighbourhood.

The park's journey began in 2004 when the City of Kelowna acquired the property. Initially opened without significant improvements, it provided access to the pier, beach, and lake. However, damage from the 2017 and 2018 floods, which rendered the pier and wharf beyond repair and ineligible for Provincial assistance, led to its closure for safety reasons. The design phase is set to commence in 2024, with investigative assessments, referrals, and permit approvals slated for 2025, and construction anticipated in 2026.

How to get involved


Attend an in-person walkshop to discuss priorities and preferences with the project team and ask questions.

  • Date: Saturday, July 13
  • Time: 10 a.m. 12 p.m.
  • Where: Manhattan Point Park (900 Manhattan Drive)


Complete our online survey below to help inform the design.

  • Survey open until Sunday, August 4.