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Gellatly Nut Farm

2375 Whitworth Rd, British Columbia V4T 2K3, Canada
+1 250-469-6232
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Spring Road Trip

What a great little taste of local history that is still in use today. Take the time to have a... read more

Reviewed 13 June 2017
Bring a lunch!

From the beach to the old nut trees this little hidden gem is where we spend at least 1 day a week... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2017
Kelowna, Canada
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2375 Whitworth Rd, British Columbia V4T 2K3, Canada
+1 250-469-6232
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Reviewed 13 June 2017

What a great little taste of local history that is still in use today. Take the time to have a look around at the selection of nut trees on the site and read the history of this wonderful find.

Thank Touring56
Reviewed 2 June 2017 via mobile

From the beach to the old nut trees this little hidden gem is where we spend at least 1 day a week. You can skip rocks, let the kids play on the playground or walk / ride the trails. Plus The Cove is right next...More

Thank Seanaroundtheworld
Reviewed 19 October 2016

September and October can be the best months at the Nut Farm....lots of nuts to pick, leaves changing colours, the little store open to purchase nuts. A lovely, quiet spot in the middle of condos and resorts.

Thank travellerj60
Reviewed 18 October 2016

We visited the nut farm and were so impressed with the information for visitors about the history of the farm, the spacious grounds, and the helpful volunteers. I've never seen such a collection of nut trees and I was excited that you could pick your...More

1  Thank JeepGirl19
Reviewed 23 September 2016

Close to the Cove Resort, this is a very pretty and relaxing place to go for a short evening stroll.

Thank Anborn
Reviewed 29 August 2016

We had a group of about 15 adults + kids and enjoyed a great afternoon picnic-ing and enjoying the lake and park area.

Thank Ila K
Reviewed 26 August 2016 via mobile

We went to check out this attraction as we could not believe such a place existed. We missed the tour times which was disappointing but our own fault. We did a self guided tour and we're basically amazed by this man's passion for nut trees...More

Thank CathyV63
Reviewed 4 March 2016

Several decades ago Dr. Bert Brink, a retired agronomist from UBC convinced Kelowna decision makers to preserve this orchard. A subdivision was going to take up all the land. The collection was of the best collections of nut germplasm in Canada. Living artifacts must be...More

1  Thank sharon r
Reviewed 14 January 2016

The grounds are beautiful. Loved looking at the names of all the nut trees and reading about the history.

2  Thank k0sm056
Reviewed 21 December 2015

The Gellatly Family's heritage nut farm still stands in Westbank and is operated by the Gellatly Nut Farm Society. You can see the original family cabin located right on the beach as well as the pickers cabin that has also been preserved. In addition many...More

3  Thank travellinmoma
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Elizabeth N
5 October 2016|
Response from Anborn | Reviewed this property |
Hi Elizabeth, I didn't see any kiosks or stores. This is more like a pretty forest or park to walk through, with wild ducks foraging for nuts under the bushes. Cheers.