Experience all that Osoyoos has to offer when you play & stay at one of our hotels, parks, or B&B’s. Our accommodations have everything to fit your needs; whether you’re planning a family vacation, a fun weekend with the girls, or a romantic getaway for you and your loved one!
Osoyoos is nestled within grasslands, highlands and mountains, and hosts the warmest lake in Canada – ensuring that you can experience and enjoy Osoyoos year-round. Each season has something beautiful to offer – experience it yourself and see why Osoyoos is the place to be!
Local in Osoyoos are La Stella, Nk’ Mip Cellars, Adega on 45th, Moon Curser and Young & Wyse wineries. And they’re easy to find. Just ask for one of our winery maps or take a wine tour with one of several tour companies that offer exceptional visits to the wineries in our area.
Osoyoos has everything from street-side cafés to vineyard-view bistros – from casual to upscale dining experiences, sure to please foodies everywhere. Our chefs and restaurateurs are passionate about promoting what Osoyoos has always been known for – the traditional pleasures of using food grown locally and raised sustainably and prepared with seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Starting at the incredibly scenic property of Tinhorn Creek Estate winery, the 4km Golden Mile trail will take you on a journey through their vineyard to a view. As you pass the gates taking you off the property, one will be able to walk up a moderate incline to a point where you can look […]
The International Hike and Bike Trail is an 18.4 km (11.4 mi) trail beginning at the north end of Osoyoos Lake, 8 km (5 mi) north of town, and is accessed at the wooden bridge on Road 22. This gorgeous trail follows along the Okanagan River Channel passing through vineyards and farms. Whether on foot […]
The Irrigation Canal Walkway is a walking trail that showcases our incredible desert ecosystem, as well as views of the town and Osoyoos Lake as you wind your way along the trail. This 4.3 km fully paved loop starts on the corner of 62nd street and overlooks Osoyoos agricultural landscape, before turning into a tunnel, […]
Starting from Goodman Park one can start walking or cycling along a dedicated path right beside the lake. This path will be around 3km one way, and if you are looking to extend this length, one can easily continue going towards town along the Pioneer Walkway and onto the paths extending to Gyro and Lions […]
The Mount Kobau Trail offers amazing views of the Similkameen and Okanagan Valleys. This 5 km (3 mi) trail begins at the top of Mount Kobau, accessible from Highway 3 on a 17 km forest service road (Kobau Look-out Forest Service Road) 10 km west of Osoyoos. Part of the South Okanagan Protected Grasslands, Mount […]
Although it’s a bit of a climb, picturesque nʕaylintn (McIntyre Bluff) provides a breathtaking view of the Okanagan Valley, so be sure to bring your camera! This 10-km (6-mi) return trip trail will lead you gradually uphill, with a few steep spots along the way. It’s well marked, with a trail-head at Covert Farms in […]
Located at the north end of Osoyoos Lake, the Oxbows are an amazing wetlands area for hiking, as well as bird watching. This protected area can be accessed from the parking lot for the International Hike and Bike Trail, heading south from the parking lot rather than north. This recently restored trail is an easy […]
Located in the centre of town, one can start the pioneer walkway by parking on the east side of Osoyoos Bridge. This scenic path continues down the east side of Main St for a couple kilometres, showcasing several benches, gazebos to catch some shade and planters brimming full of seasonal flowers.
Camping and RV: sẁiẁs Provincial Park is proudly managed and operated by the Osoyoos Indian Band. sẁiẁs park is located within the traditional territory of the Osoyoos Indian Band. Since time immemorial, the Osoyoos Indian Band’s Okanagan ancestors have inhabited and cared for the lands and waters within their traditional territory. In 2015, the park […]
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