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740 McCurdy Rd #105,
Kelowna, BC V1X 2P7


Kelmey Spring & Suspension is a full-service suspension auto repair shop in Kelowna, servicing all vehicles, trailers, trucks & RVs. We pride ourselves on unmatched customer service & quality! 



No shortcuts, no surprises. Kelmey Spring & Suspension is your local suspension specialist; servicing the Okanagan. We repair, install and customize leaf springs, coil springs and air springs, as well as bend custom u-bolts as needed. We’ve dedicated ourselves to the highest standards in our work, specializing in everything suspension. We are committed to delivering the best possible customer experience!


Our shop is located in Kelowna, servicing the entire Okanagan. We take pride in the work we do because we’re your neighbors, which means we treat every customers' vehicle like it is our own!


Our friendly staff is committed to providing quality services at competitive prices. We are always on the lookout for more efficient ways to get you and your vehicle back on the road!


We feel that putting all our focus into the specialized area of suspension systems will allow us to excel ahead of the industry standards with quality and innovation.

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Call or Text 250-769-6066

740 McCurdy Rd #105, Kelowna, BC V1X 2P7

Mon - Fri: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

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"I have been coming here for a variety of jobs: shocks, springs, axle shafts ,and bearings, and always a great experience. Their workmanship is top notch! Kelmey Spring and Suspension is an honest shop who will work with you to get your vehicle fit for the road with everything you need and do not try to upsell you on things you do not need."

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Kelowna & West Kelowna

The Okanagan valley is a beautiful and scenic area in British Columbia. It is a great area to live in and has been a top vacation spot for several Canadian families. The lakes and surrounding mountains in Okanagan create the perfect setting for outdoor recreation. Kelowna and West Kelowna are part of the Okanagan region and popular tourist destinations. West Kelowna is one of the closest cities to Kelowna and features many attractions that make a living in the area fun. Kelowna and West Kelowna are beautiful lakeside communities that have grown over the years. More people come to experience the outdoor attractions it offers. The great weather, fantastic food and wine scenes, beaches, and many more are some of the main draws for visitors to these towns. Kelowna and West Kelowna are a perfect escape for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. This is because they offer several bike riding and hiking trails. You can also spend your days checking out the parks or shopping at one of the markets. In this article, we'll walk you through the points of interest in Kelowna and West Kelowna. No matter your interest, you're sure to find something that suits you in these communities. Weather in Kelowna and West Kelowna These communities can be pretty hot during the summer months and quite chilly in the winder. However, they’re still milder than most communities in Canada. These features make Kelowna and West Kelowna beautiful destinations all through the year. However, some outdoor activities depend on the season, and it is crucial to take note of that. The summer months are pretty warm in these communities, with a maximum temperature of 28° Celsius and a low temperature of 11° Celsius. Therefore, you can cool off by spending your day at any beaches or participating in a water-based activity. The fall and spring are great times to visit Kelowna or West Kelowna. The weather is milder during these periods and excellent for several outdoor activities. These cities are also quiet during this time of the year. Spring and fall are great times for visiting the lake, enjoying the wineries, and hiking. Wintertime in Kelowna and West Kelowna is moderate than every other community in BC. However, it is still quite cold, with a low temperature of -6° Celsius and a high temperature of 1° Celsius. There are many things you can do in these communities during the wintertime. You could indulge in snow sports in the mountains surrounding both communities. Additionally, you can visit the ski resort in Kelowna for some winter sports. Points of Interest in Kelowna and West Kelowna BC Now that you have an overview of Kelowna and West Kelowna and the weather conditions in different seasons, it’s essential to talk about these communities’ various points of interest. In this section, we’ll be covering all the places you can visit and things to do in Kelowna and West Kelowna. Go on a Wine Tour Kelowna and West Kelowna are home to several wineries. You can choose to explore on your own or join a wine tour. Due to the many wineries in Kelowna and West Kelowna, the Okanagan valley is among Canada’s top three wine regions. There are dozens of wineries scattered around these communities, and they’re known for their dry red and white varieties. You get a chance to sample these wines when you go on a wine tour. Below are some of the top wineries to check out. •Summerhill Pyramid Winery: this is one of the prettiest wineries for you to visit. Their wines are organic and biodynamic. They also offer onsite restaurants that offer local produce and several vegan options. •Tantalus Vineyard: Another option you have to check out wine in Kelowna is Tantalous Vineyard. Tantalous Vineyard is known for offering incredible Reisling. Apart from their unique offers, they also provide you with a view of the beautiful lake from their tasting room. •Mission Hill Family Estate Winery: This winery is a favorite for many people and one of the best in the Okanagan valley. It is located in West Kelowna and offers you architecture as magnificent as their wine. The walk through the main entrance is breathtaking, and you get to explore their cellars and vineyards. Go Boating at the Okanagan Lake Another point of interest in Kelowna and West Kelowna is the Okanagan Lake. The two communities are connected properly by a bridge traversing the entire width of Lake Okanagan. An activity you shouldn’t miss out on when you’re visiting Kelowna and West Kelowna in the spring or fall is going boating. You can soak up the beautiful nature as you row through the massive Okanagan Lake. The lake is 135km long, 5km wide, and about 230 meters deep. It is known as a fjord lake because repeated glaciations carved it out. Although the best way to enjoy the Okanagan lake is by being out in the water, you could also admire it from the shore or fly over it in a helicopter. Relax at the Garden If you’re on a search for spots you can relax and unwind, then you should check out the Kasugai Japanese Garden. This garden was created in 1987 to celebrate the friendship between Kasugai in Japan and Kelowna. It features pine trees, waterfalls, stone lanterns, and even a koi-stocked pond. You can also relax at the Okanagan Lavender and herb farm while you smell nature at its finest. You can take a walk here and be surrounded by plants and herbs. In West Kelowna, you can visit the Gellatly Heritage Nut Farm to understand the heritage of the property and its connection to West Kelowna. It’s also a great spot to stock up on nuts. Experience the Beautiful Parks Kelowna and West Kelowna have no shortages of parks where you can enjoy the beautiful nature. One popular park is the Bear Creek Provincial Park, where you can camp or relax at its beach. It is also home to many hiking trails for those who would prefer to hike. Additionally, there’s a canyon surrounding the park that you can explore. The Boyce-Gyro Beach park is also another popular destination. This park is famous for its beaches, and you can play several sports like volleyball at its shore. You can choose to swim or, if you have kids, visit the children’s playground. The Kettle Valley trail is famous as a hiking and bike riding trail. The trail begins at the Myra Canyon Provincial Park and takes you over 18 trestle bridges and two tunnels. You can choose to explore by hiking or bike riding. Alternatively, you can explore the canyon trail by visiting the adventure park and engaging in various activities like ziplining, rope courses, and many more. The Waterfront Park is another popular place to visit as it also offers hikers a trail they can explore. You can also swim at its beach or visit its featured public art gallery. A hidden gem in West Kelowna is Pritchard park. It comes with a beautiful dock and a small park that provides a scenic view everywhere you turn. All you have to do is sit back and take in the beautiful scenery. You can also see Kelowna from the top of Kelowna Mountain park. It offers hike trails and is the largest natural area in Kelowna, making it a top point of interest. You can drive, bike, or hike up to the Knox Mountain top to enjoy the panoramic views it offers. Final Thoughts A trip to British Columbia isn’t complete without going to West Kelowna and Kelowna. These communities offer you a laid-back atmosphere with many spots to visit and many outdoor activities to engage in. Even though the weather tends to vary from one season to another, these communities’ beautiful parks, lakes, gardens, and vineyards remain constant.

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