Along the Okanagan Rail Trail are special places for discovery and learning. Three developed interpretive sites were generously funded by the Edna, Stella and Harry Weatherill Foundation: Kalamalka Lake (Km 4), Ribbleworth Falls (Km 23) and Carney Pond (Km 40). Each of these sites have interpretive signs, and additional material is found on this page for anyone who wants to learn more.
Within the District of Lake Country, you can also find Heritage Markers developed by the Lake Country Museum and Archives that take you back in time with stories of cultural history.
The map below shows the location of existing interpretive sites and heritage markers. With all the interesting places and stories along the trail, more sites are bound to be added over time.