The Lake Osoyoos Sailing Club provides a unique lakeside facility that offers affordable recreational access to Lake Osoyoos for individual and family members in their pursuit of sailing and naturally-powered water sports.
Founded in 1963 by a group of local sailors, the club entertains a diverse membership of water sports enthusiasts who enjoy sailing, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing and kiteboarding. There are many opportunities for members to meet, socialize and have fun. During the summer months, potluck barbecues are held every Sunday evening. A variety of other events, both sailing and social, are hosted at the club throughout the year.
Membership is open to all, and anyone who is interested in joining is encouraged to drop by and see our facilities. The clubhouse is situated in the old CPR station and offers many amenities, including a kitchen, a dining room, washrooms, showers, a workshop and locked sail storage. The grounds provide beach storage for sailboats, as well as rack storage for canoes and kayaks.
In addition, the club has a small dingy fleet, two Flying Juniors and several Lasers that are available to the members to enjoy at their pleasure when the boats are not in use by the sailing school.