North Glenmore Neighbourhood

Picturesque and family-friendly.

You'll still find some farms and orchards dotting the hills, but nowadays North Glenmore is family-friendly neighborhood filled with schools, and a couple small shopping plazas.

Houses here are generally a mix of established homes and newer townhomes.

The area provides an easy escape to hiking trails, bikes paths, and is a short drive over to the University District and Kelowna International Airport thanks to the recent addition of John Hindle Drive in 2018.

Enjoy boundless nature at several area parks with your family or while walking your dog on-leash at nearby Hidden Lake or Stephens Coyote Ridge Regional Park, or off-leash at North Glenmore Dog Park.

North Glenmore Fast Facts

Neighbourhood In The News

Feedback wanted by City for updates to Glenmore Recreation Park

"The remaining work includes an artificial turf field, sport courts, a splash park, playground and other community park amenities."

SOURCE: iheartradio

More portables rising enrolment reality for Central Okanagan schools

"For this fall, two new portables will be added each to Mount Boucherie Secondary and North Glenmore Elementary"

SOURCE: Kelowna Capital News

News topics and articles are updated periodically

What Locals Say

Don't take our word for it. We asked local residents for their feedback about this neighbourhood. This is what they said...


Well suited if you work in Lake Country

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You can feel there is less hustle than other neighbourhoods

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Great schools

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You can sleep in for your flight. It's so close to the airport.

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The views and opinions expressed above are held by the original authors. They do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Lora+Christy team.

Lora + Christy's Take

"North Glenmore offers both family style homes and acreages. It used to be on the outskirts of town but with the development of WIlden and improved Glenmore Road, its no longer considered far out. The recent addition of John Hindle Drive connecting the area to UBC Okanagan and HWY 97 has fueled interest in this area."