Places to stay in Oliver, British Columbia
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Oliver is a small town located in the South Okanagan, British Columbia. Known officially as the "Wine Capital of Canada," Oliver is renowned for its high quality wine. The climate and topography offer the optimum conditions necessary to grow the preferred Vinerfera wine grapes and the town has the largest concentration of both vineyards and commercial wineries in British Columbia. Local dining options include Pizza 97, Cantaloupe Annie's, Subway, and Sizzling Rice Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the town are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations, though there are a few nearby campgrounds and RV parks. If you are travelling in the area, Oliver is located close to Ferroux Creek, North Ellis Creek, South Ellis Creek, Dividend Mountain and Little Fish Lake.
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More about the areas accommodations and tourism
Approximately 30 wineries are located within 15 minutes of Oliver. Many of these are located along what is known as the Golden Mile of Highway 97, just south of Oliver. The rolling terraces, exceptionally mild climate with lots of sun, gravelly soil and availability of irrigation produce the right elements for growing high-quality grapes.
Other local Oliver information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -119°33'1.5408
- Latitude: 49°10'56.375
Things to see and do
Osoyoos International Curling Club
Located at 9301a Hummingbird Lane Rr 5. Local legend has it that curling was first played in Osoyoos on the frozen Lake Osoyoos by Dougall Burpee who had his own set of rocks. Burpee & his friends would curl on the lake or one of the local frozen ponds whenever the weather was cold enough to form ice. Dick Topping from nearby Oliver also had his own set of rocks curling on an outdoor rink in his back yard.
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