Getting Here

 

 
Where is Osoyoos?
At the gateway to the Okanagan and Similkameen Valley lies Canada’s only desert, and the delightful lakeside town of Osoyoos. Osoyoos is location at the junction of two major highways (Highway 97 and Highway 3) at the southern tip…

Wine

 

Like the Napa Valley in California, Bordeaux in France, or Italy’s Chianti region in Tuscany, grape growing and wine production in the Osoyoos region is both a business and a way of life. It defines the character and lifestyle for those…

About Osoyoos

 

Where Are We?

At the gateway to the Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys lies Canada’s only desert, and the delightful lakeside town of Osoyoos. We’re a year-round destination, located at the northernmost tip of the great Sonoran Desert, offering a distinct and authentic…

History, Arts & Culture

 

With a long, rich history, a vibrant arts community and many cultural traditions, activities and amenities, Osoyoos has much to explore and discover. Our cultural arts and history are best experienced firsthand with a visit to our local museum.  A visit…

More Reasons Why Brides Are Choosing Osoyoos

 

 
Guest Experience & Ease of Travel
Osoyoos is a pleasurable wedding destination for guests, too, as there is so much to experience and enjoy. Your wedding party, friends and family will thank you for choosing a remarkable and distinctive wedding destination that…

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Fishing

Osoyoos Lake has close to a 20kms of parameter shoreline to fish and it can take some time to locate the active bass. A good place to start is the drop off ledges, weed lines and any other types of structure…

Hiking and Biking

 

Hiking the hills around Osoyoos is a major pastime for locals and visitors alike. Around Osoyoos, for example, you’ll find a terrain that varies from easy strolls along the shoreline and along the Okanagan River to more strenuous climbs on nearby…