Osoyoos BC, Canada is the southern-most community in the Okanagan Valley neighboring the Canada/USA Border. The community is located on the shores of Osoyoos Lake (the warmest freshwater lake in Canada) and is surrounded by wineries, orchards and First Nation culture.
Activities most enjoyed in Osoyoos in the Okanagan Valley and the surrounding areas include wine touring, golfing, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, SUP, swimming, cycling, mountain biking, camping, horseback riding, ATVing, wind surfing, tubing, spa experiences and cross country ski, snowmobiling and snowshoeing (Mount Baldy).
A few of the more popular activity and sightseeing park and trail destinations located in Osoyoos, British Columbia and the surrounding areas includes the Kettle Valley Rail Trail (KVR), Cottonwood Park, Old Cascade Highway, Okanagan Grasslands Protected Area, Haynes Point Provincial Park, Kettle River Recreation Park, Osoyoos Lake, Pioneer Walkway, Gyro Park, Sẁiẁs Provincial Park, Canal Walkway, and the Conkle Lake Provincial Park.
The most visited sightseeing attractions, art galleries, historical sites and cultural venues in and around Osoyoos, British Columbia include the Spotted Lake, Osoyoos Desert Centre, Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre, Okanagan Art Gallery, Osoyoos & District Museum and Archives, Osoyoos Art Gallery, Osoyoos Desert Model Railroad, and the 1882 Haynes Ranch House.
Travel services important to travelers in and around the community of Osoyoos, BC includes accommodations (hotel, motel, inns, vacation homes, cottages, resorts, lodges, bed and breakfast, rental suites, hostels), tours, guides, campgrounds, pubs, restaurants, laundromat, gas stations, gift stores, liquor stores, grocery stores, wineries, breweries, coffee shops, cell service, internet, banks and transportation services including taxi, bus, marina, car rentals, and the Kelowna International Airport and the Penticton Regional Airport.