Places to stay in Osoyoos, British Columbia
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Osoyoos is a small town in the southern part of the Okanagan Valley on British Columbia's southern border with Washington state. It is in a region that is arguably the only hot desert in Canada. Its terrain fits this image, with sandy hills, tumbleweeds, rattlesnakes, and a hot-summer, arid climate. Its population swells in the summertime due to vacationers and retirees. Osoyoos Lake may be Canada's warmest lake, with average summer water temperatures of 24C . Though it is very desert-like, irrigation enhances its agriculture. Local dining options include Osoyoos Pizza Factory, Mami's Pizza, Jojo's Cafe, and Lotus Restaurant.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the town, though there are a large number of nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Osoyoos is located close to Marama Creek, Richter Pass, Barrington Creek, Lowe Slough and Ewart Creek.
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More about the areas accommodations and tourism
During the summer months, the Okanagan Valley is among the hottest areas in Canada, and Osoyoos often reaches the highest temperature of any location in Canada. Winters can be very cold, but are usually mild compared to adjacent regions.
There is also a 24 hour border crossing between Canada and the United States between Osoyoos and Oroville, Washington. The name Osoyoos means "narrowing of the waters" in the local Okanagan language.
Other local Osoyoos information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -119°27'54.612
- Latitude: 49°1'53.284
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.
Osoyoos is close to:
Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- On the Lake Guesthouse, 8307 Kingfisher Drive
- Haynes Point Lakeside Bed & Breakfast, 3619 Jasmine Drive