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Beach Life Part 4: Which way to the beach?

Royal Avenue Beach Access Kelowna, B.C. on the second day of Spring (Russ Dionne/Wikimedia Commons)

Getting to the beach isn't as easy as it used to be in Kelowna.

Daybreak's Madonna Hamel recently returned to the Okanagan after twenty years away.

She strolled down to her family's local beach access one night, only to find it inaccessible. Turns out that every night at 10 p.m. the Collett beach access gets locked behind a high gate.

So in this installment of our Beach Life series, Madonna got to wondering how the rest of the accesses are looking these days.
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Other entries in our Beach Life series:
- Beach Life Part 1: Little ships ahoy!
- Beach Life Part 2: Jacob's castle
- Beach Life Part 3: The Speedo

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