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Gyro Beach
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Gyro Beach is the most well known beaches in Kelowna. This is the favourite it of the local younger people. A beautiful view of the lake, amazing mountains in the background, volleyball, and more.
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Tags: beach; kelowna; okanagan; lake; summer; nature; park; gyro
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