The Ranch was founded in 1867, and in its earliest days was at the end of the wagon road into the Okanagan Valley and the site of the stagecoach depot. It was a small, self-contained community, with a post office, blacksmith shop, grist mill, and even its own church and cemetery.
High Tea in the Dining Hall
$45 Per Person
*includes all fees and tax
|Wed July 13th at 2pm|
|Wed July 27th at 2pm|
|Wed Aug 10th at 11am|
|Wed Aug 24th at 2pm|
|Wed Sept 7th at 2pm|
Dawn your best Victorian dress and join us in the O'Keefe Dining Hall for finger sandwiches and enchanting entertainment! Enjoy being served delectable treats and a special appearance from our very talented role play artists as they provide vocals, music and character to this special summer event.
Admission to the Ranch grounds from 10am-4pm is included. Victorian dress is welcomed!
Yoga with Goats and Historic Tour
Wednesdays on June 29, July 13, 27, Aug 10, 24
Sunday on July 17
Saturdays on July 2, 30, Aug 13, 27
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Yoga with Goats is back! Join Samantha Richardson for a season of yoga with four legged friends.
Ticket includes a one-hour yoga session suitable for beginners, prior to the Ranch opening. Yoga is located outdoors in the company of the Ranch's goats. Each goat has its own personality to woo you over, whether they are looking for some extra scratches, trying to make you laugh or just want to take a nap under your downward dog, you never know what they will do! Bring your own mat, but maybe not your favourite as our goats may try to nibble at it.
Afterwards, enjoy the Ranches grounds, take a tour of the mansion, visit the general store, and explore the buildings. Each ticket includes a complimentary general store candy bag. If you book on a Saturday, you can also enjoy the many role play artists including live music and song, demonstrations, school sessions and much, much more. Allow yourself about 2 hours to see the grounds.
Yoga with Goats runs from June 16th to August 28th, 2022.
Cowboy Dinner Show and Campfire
$45 youth (12-17 years)
$35 children (Under 12 years)
(Includes fees and taxes)
Buy Both Cowboy Dinner Show and Campfire July 29 and
Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival Showcase for $120 per Adult Click Here to BUY
"Kick off the weekend with the Cowboy Dinner Show and Campfire. This popular event is back for one night only and is being featured at the Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival. Tour the ranch and be hosted by a character from the early days of the O’Keefe Ranch. Learn how to rope like a real cowboy then sit down at 6:30 to Cowboy Cuisine and cash bar, and let Rob Dinwoodie and band Open Range with historian, author and cowboy poet Ken Mather weave the tale of the BC Cowboy through song, poetry and story. As in past Cowboy Dinner Shows, this year will include a drama that depicts real characters of the BC west. The cowboy evening closes around the campfire as in the days of the Old West. Sing songs under the stars and hear stories that will bring the west to life. You won’t want to miss this kick off event to the Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival weekend."
Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival Showcase
$65 Per Person
*includes all fees and tax
Buy Both Cowboy Dinner Show and Campfire July 29 and Cowboy Poetry and Music Festival Showcase for $120 per Adult Click Here to BUY
Saturday evening is the highlight of the Festival with authentic cowboy poetry and music. Ken Mather, Jocelyn Winterburn, Butch Falk and Gordie West take to the stage for a evening of poetry and song, complete with homemade desserts, and a cash bar service. (And look for special appearances from some of our most beloved Role Play Artists!) The evening will continue with a dance, a floor show, and an opportunity to learn square and line dancing. So put on your cowboy hat and dancing shoes and get ready for a fun filled evening!