Arrow Lakes

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Arrow Lakes,

two expansions of the Columbia River, S British Columbia, Canada. Both lie in narrow valleys bounded by mountain ranges and are noted for their beauty. Upper Arrow Lake has an area of 88 sq mi (228 sq km); Lower Arrow Lake is 59 sq mi (153 sq km). Arrowhead is at the head of the upper lake.
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The lands include agricultural properties within the City of Kelowna, private property on the eastern shores of Lower Arrow Lake, and Crown land located east of Kelowna adjacent to lands held by Westbank First Nation at Medicine Hill.
This new recreational development offers residents luxuriously appointed condos with classic mountain-lodge architecture, located on Lower Arrow Lake, 15 minutes from the beautiful city of Castlegar in British Columbia.

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