Kelowna Falcons


Kelowna Falcons
201-1014 Glenmore Road.
Kelowna, BC V1Y 4P2
(250) 763-4100

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About Kelowna Falcons




Dan Nonis

Head Coach

Hayden Pewitt

Assistant Coaches

Seth Heckel


Elks Stadium
663 Recreation Ave.
Kelowna, BC




LF- 326’
CF- 389’
RF- 323’


Elks Stadium
The Falcons play their home games at historic Elks Stadium, one of the oldest parks in the WCL. Elks Stadium has seating capacity of 1,200, but often fans get the best vantage point from standing on against the fence down the first base line. One of the best family aspects of Elks Stadium is a large grass area in the right field corner that the Falcons’ youngest fans can run, play catch and visit with their friends as their parents sit and enjoy the game. Elks Stadium has also enjoyed some renovations in recent years including new lights, backstop and grandstand seating to allow for an even better fan experience.

The unofficial mascot of the Kelowna Falcons each summer is a huge osprey that builds its nest at the top of a light pole at Elks Stadium. Every June when the Falcons report in preparation of the season, a new family has moved into the nest with its young just born. Throughout the summer fans are treated to the nightly feed when the mother shares her “catch of the day” from Okanagan Lake. Her giant wing span swoops down just above the players and back up to the nest seemingly showing her young how to fly. Some nights fans watch the young osprey stretch their wings for the first time.


Kelowna, British Columbia

County Population

Must Eat
Yama’s Greek Restaurant

Must See
Lake Okanagan

Watering Hole
Rose’s Waterfront Pub

Best Golf
Okanagan Golf Club

Kelowna Daily Courier

Kelowna, British Columbia located on beautiful Lake Okanagan is often referred to as the Four Seasons Playground. Whether you enjoy boating, swimming, golfing, skiing, shopping, hiking, water skiing, museums, historical sites or just plain relaxing Kelowna has something for you. Kelowna is the largest city in British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley with all the amenities of a major center. It is located approximately 240 miles from Vancouver, BC and about 90 miles north of the United States border. Tourists are attracted to Kelowna’s beauty, weather, beaches, and wine festivals. The weather is known for sunshine and very little precipitation and is classified as semi-arid. Kelowna is often referred to as the Hawaii of Canada or the Florida of the north.