When the water levels start to rise, it’s best to educate yourself to keep you and your property safe. Here’s what to know about high-water events, including which steps to take to protect your boat lift and dock.
If you’ve been considering building a new dock on your lakefront property but have some concerns about the impact on the environment, Shoreline’s mindful building practices will put your mind at ease.
With unprecedented low water levels in Okanagan Lake, many boat lift owners are running into problems getting their boats into and out of the lake. Here’s what you need to know about the low lake levels and this years’ drought.
The glistening water. The warm early season sun. The peaceful lull of the waves lapping at the shore. As soon as the snow melts in the Okanagan Valley, many of us start eagerly anticipating summer boating on Okanagan Lake. And then, just as you drop the boat in the water for the summer, rising Okanagan Lake water levels threaten to restrict boating, and you’re wondering: Can you boat on Okanagan Lake right now?