Kaleden is a small historic, and modern rural satellite community located south of Penticton in the Okanagan Valley in the province of British Columbia, Canada. The community of , with its population of 1,224, is located about or 5 minutes south of Penticton along Skaha Lake in the South Okanagan and Okanagan-Similameen. Kaleden was established by James Ritchie in the early 1900s for growing fruit. The famous "Kaleden Cots" got their beginning here. From the community beginnings as a small orcharding community, the town has evolved from fruit to vineyards and has become a bedroom community of Penticton.
Although Kaleden is somewhat of a small community, it has its own school. There are still some summer cabins on the water and Ponderosa point resort is a well known summer resort. There is a famous old hotel that is approximately 100 years old but has never really been in use. It is a large skeleton structure on the beach.