About the Resort


Holiday Park RV & Condo Resort is a 67 acre playland surrounded by championship golf courses, award winning wineries, world class ski hills and several lakes.  Conveniently located between the cities of Kelowna and Vernon, the resort includes 117 condos (leasehold & timeshare) and 570 fully serviced and landscaped RV sites (leasehold & rentals). With a multitude of recreation facilities, amenities, activities and events year-round, there's always something fun to do for visitors of all ages and full time residents.

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Dan Sigal
Sam Sigal


Founded in 1983 by Saul Sigal and Jody LaFontaine: Holiday Park Resort has grown from an empty field to a year round destination for travelers, vacationers, retirees and permanent residents. Over the years the resort's more than 3,000 members have been joined by visitors from around the world.

DAN SIGAL, Former Team Coach & President: Saul’s youngest son, Dan is certified in land planning, real estate management and accredited by the American Resort Developers Association. Dan was Broker/Owner of the resort’s former on-site real estate office, Sweetlife Realty, which in 2013 became Coldwell Banker Horizon Realty with an on-site realtor. In 2024 Dan sold Holiday Park Resort Ltd. and retired to enjoy travelling and home life in the Okanagan Valley.

SAM SIGAL, Former General Manager: Dan’s oldest son, Sam is the 3rd generation Sigal to operate this well-known destination resort. After graduating with a BA in Natural Resource Protection, Sam worked on the Holiday Park Resort maintenance crew over the years before becoming General Manager and retiring in 2024 to pursue other ventures.


DAWN McLAUGHLAN, Controller & President:  With 18 years of experience as Senior Accountant and Controller, Dawn purchased Holiday Park Resort Ltd. in 2024. Along with a dedicated staff of  60 to 75 full and part-time staff, Dawn and the Management Team keep the Resort running smoothly and are implementing a number of positive changes for the future.

History of the Landmark Boat

The Holiday Park sailboat was a 70 ton sailing ship along Highway 97 at Commonwealth Road.  In 1903 the historic Orchard City II ran charters and worked for sawmills on Okanagan Lake. The boat sank during a storm in 1948 and remained at the bottom of the lake for 30 years when it was salvaged and restored.  The boat served as the famous landmark for Holiday Park Resort until April 1, 2020 when tragically, our historic landmark was lost to fire.

This amazing wall hanging was gifted to the Sigal family and Holiday Park Resort by Mary-Lou Wightman, a local Lake Country resident.  The Wightmans and their family loved the boat - it was an important landmark they used all the time when giving directions to the many friends and visitors that came to see them over the years.  It is most definitely “Gone but not Forgotten”.

The wall hanging is displayed at our very own Blue Schooner Café in the Activity Centre.  Drop in, have a look and enjoy lunch at the Blue Schooner while you're here!

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Read the history in this local news article:

The Lake Country 'Sailboat' isn't just roadside marketing, it's history!


Painted Peace Art Pole

A beautiful Painted Peace art pole created by Stephanie Burgess now resides in Holiday Park Resort's gazebo and picnic area for all to enjoy.

You'll see it by the Exit route, on your way in or out of the resort, or drop by on your daily walk.  This colorful art pole bears a message we can all appreciate!

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Look at Me!

Holiday Park Resort has acquired one of the 200 Kermode (Spirit) bear sculptures created for a 2006 auction benefitting BC Lions Society for Children with Disabilities, Easter Seals and the Canucks for Kids Fund.