PHOTOS: A list of some of Kelowna’s most Instagrammable fall locations

Megan Trudeau | October 5, 2019 in Kelowna

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The leaves are changing colours and milder weather means that you can now blow up social media with your fall-themed photos.

Wondering where the best spots are in Kelowna to capture such photos? We’ve got you covered. 

Here are the best spots around the city to get the perfect fall Instagram. 

Happy snapping!

McMillan Farms

They have a pumpkin patch and a corn maze. Can you ask for a better backdrop?

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Located at 1–3690 Berard Rd, the farm is open Sunday to Wednesday from 10 am to 5 pm and Thursday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm. 

Knox Mountain

The hike may be difficult but the end result is beautiful. Especially when the trees around Kelowna begin to change to gorgeous reds and yellows.

Climb to the top to get a bird’s-eye view of the vibrant and natural fall colours!


Going to one of the many wineries around the Okanagan may be seen as more of a summer activity, but these properties are just as beautiful in the fall, if not more! Plus, you can grab a bottle of some delicious wine with your pals!

Coffee shop

Pulp fiction, Bean Scene, Giobean, you name it! Kelowna has tons of adorable coffee shops and they are all Insta-worthy.

Grab a pumpkin spice latte, obviously, and get snapping! Nothing says fall like a nice warm coffee.

Public Murals

There are some pretty unique murals around the city that are just begging to be the backdrop of your fall Insta photo shoot. Get on your cutest fall outfit and make a day out of exploring the city!

Get into nature!

You don’t have to go far to find some beautiful forested spots around the Okanagan. Take a wander into your own backyard and grab a pile of leaves to throw around. While you’re at it, you may as well snap a Boomerang!

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