Moving to Wilden?
Whether you are building a house, purchasing a new home or a resale, we are always happy to see the Wilden community grow. Everyone who works for the development also lives here, so we are your new neighbours, too. Here’s how to get familiar with your new surroundings.
Connect With Your New Neighbours
Connect with the Wilden community through social media and stay up-to-date about everything that’s happening around you.
Find Play Parks & Trails
Kids play parks are located at:
We are grateful for the beautiful trails and lakeviews right in our backyard. Many Wilden residents enjoy outdoor activities and nature experiences here. Some areas are city parks, others are private property that you enter on your own risk.
For the safety of our ecosystem, wildlife, fellow hikers and the entire community it is mandatory to follow the rules on our signs. Motorized vehicles, smoking, campfires and camping are strictly prohibited. All Wilden private land is monitored by cameras.
Access Points to Wilden and City Park Trails
Please be aware that you enter all trails at your own risk.
- From the end of Union Road
- From the cul-de-sac in our Echo Ridge neighbourhood
- From the corner of Rio Drive and Upper Canyon Dr. N (city park)
- From the Hidden Lake neighbourhood on Hidden Hills Dr.
- Across from Forest Edge
- From the cul-de-sac in Forest Edge.
- From the bottom of Wilden Ridge Drive
- At the top of Wilden Ridge Drive
- At the end of Red Sky Court.
- Hidden Lake Park
See all that the City of Kelowna and surrounding area has to offer on the city map.
Check out the future Wilden Market Square
Find Out About Future Development Areas
To find out about our future plans we’d like to invite you up to our Presentation Centre, where we have a 3D model showcasing the Wilden master plan.
If you are moving into a resale home in Wilden, please pick up a map of your neighbourhood at our Wilden Presentation Centre located at 1454 Rocky Point Drive, Kelowna. Our team would love to meet you and answer any questions you might have. You can meet us without an appointment daily from 1-5pm, except on Fridays.
If you are not able to see us during Showhome opening hours, please get in touch with our sales team, Brent & Lisa. Give them a call at 1 (866) 762-2906 or write an email to email@example.com.
Mind The Rules On Our Trails
Please be aware that the Wilden back country is private property. We ask you to respect the developer’s rules and guidelines as outlined on the trail signs. All activity on this land is monitored.
- No campfires
- No smoking
- No motorized vehicles
- No camping
- Be respectful of wildlife and other hikers
- Enter Wilden back country at you own risk
- Always keep your dogs under control and clean up after them
- Do not leave any garbage behind!
Read more about what we do for Fire Safety here.
The maintenance of Wilden streets is in the hands of the City of Kelowna. The only exception are roads in undeveloped areas and strata roads. Undeveloped roads are not open for any motorized traffic. For maintenance issues on strata roads please contact your strata company.
City service for road maintenance (cleaning, snow removal, potholes, lights, hydrants, speed issues): https://www.kelowna.ca/city-services/online-services/services-requests
By phone: 250-469-8500
All of Wilden is closely connected to wildlife habitats. Wetlands have been restored by the developer. They offer waterfowl and several endangered species an environment in which they can thrive. Please always treat these sensitive areas with sensibility and care.
The wild areas of Wilden are home to deer and a number of predators. Coyotes are seen on a daily basis. Make sure to always stay on the trails in order to give wildlife undisturbed space.
Check out the nature and wildlife articles on our blog to learn more about our wild neighbours in Wilden.
Bears and cougars rarely make an appearance. Please be mindful and keep garbage out of reach for animals. Report sightings immediately to the wildlife conservation office. You can give them a call at 250.717.2757
In addition, your neighbours will appreciate it if you post a warning with the location of the sighting on the Neighbours Facebook page.
Find out more about Fire Safety here, to prevent wildfires throughout the hot summer months to protect your neighbours, including the wild ones and their natural habitat.