Upper Mission Kelowna Real Estate For Sale



The Area

Kelowna’s Upper Mission offers all the amenities you’d expect from an upper-class neighborhood. Each Upper Mission neighborhood boasts numerous parks, beaches, and trails, including Crawford Falls, Cedar Creek Park, Lebanon Creek Greenway, Pkam Qax Trail, Quilchena Park, Providence Park, Tulameen Park, Woodhaven Regional Park, Kuiper’s Peak Mountain Park, and more.

For golf enthusiasts, the Upper Mission is a haven, hosting some of the most luxurious courses like Gallagher’s Canyon Golf Resort, The Pinnacle Course at Gallagher’s Canyon, and The Harvest Golf Club. Gallagher’s Canyon has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s top golf courses, making it a must-visit for avid golfers.

If proximity to the lake is a priority, investing in Upper Mission real estate is a wise choice. The neighborhood is just minutes away from Okanagan Lake, offering access to fantastic public beaches like Bertram Creek Regional Park—one of Kelowna’s largest parks. With Upper Mission real estate, you have various options to enjoy the lake.

The Homes and Spectacular Lake and City Views

Developed in the ’90s, the Upper Mission has evolved into one of Kelowna’s most populous and sought-after areas. Iconic neighborhoods like Kettle Valley and The Ponds feature luxury view homes that rival any in the region. The area offers a mix of affordable townhomes and carriage homes, with more slated for development. Moving along Lakeshore, you’ll encounter some of Kelowna’s most prestigious real estate, including Lakeshore estates that rival hotels and wineries, creating a luxurious lakeside haven. A drive down Lakeshore provides a captivating exploration of the city’s borders, showcasing the Upper Mission’s unique charm.


The Upper Mission provides a range of schooling options for learners of all ages. Canyon Falls Middle School, recently completed for grades 6-8, boasts a state-of-the-art campus in the central Ponds neighborhood. An elementary school situated between Kettle Valley and Chute Lake serves the younger students, while high school students primarily attend OKM Secondary School, offering French and English study options.