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Stay at Casa Feliz for your relaxing vacation!Centrally located in downtown Osoyoos, Casa Feliz is a Bed & Breakfast that is minutes away from great restaurants, shopping and beaches. The Upper suite is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home that offers great views of the mountains and a peak-a-boo view of the lake. As a Bed & Breakfast, we are able to offer you x2 bedrooms for your stay. Enjoy coffee or cerveza on the patio. Parking & wifi included. Self-catered breakfast included, featuring freshly baked goods from Lake Village bakery
Private country home in Okanagan's wine countryWine country! Lovely little 1950s country home, nestled in amongst fruit orchards and vineyards. Very private country setting, quiet neighborhood, close to all downtown amenities (10 min walk), groomed surroundings with closed in back yard. Guests will be able to enjoy their coffee and the early morning sun in the private outside covered gazebo.
Osoyoos spacious house, beach-side, 3 bedroomsSpacious beautiful house across the street from the Osoyoos Lake and Cottonwood Park, a great place to sit and watch the sunset. A two minutes walk to the beach and Sage pub. Walking distance to town, Marina rental, coffee shops, different restaurants, bakery and the fun Rattle Snake Canyon Amusement park. Osoyoos is in the heart of the Okanagan Valley, where you can enjoy the warmest lake and the heat of the only dessert in Canada.
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A small town on the US border is famous for the warm water of Osoyoos Lake and the wineries in the area. Of particular interest to wine lover's is the Black Sage area which produces some of the best full bodies wines in the Okanagan!
Tour the many wineries in Osoyoos and area.
Great food options, Rattlesnake Canyon (bumper boats, climbing wall, miniature golf), Desert Model Railroad Museum, many wineries and more.
Its a wine wonderland. BC's wine country. This is about a 4hour drive. Bring your swim suit and a towel, they are many places to stop and take a dip along the way.
Beautiful- hot hot hot Lakeside Wineries Border to US right there!
Beautiful little resort town beside an amazing lake. safe and friendly, small enough to walk around, great dining, shopping and all the amazing wineries nearby
A 30 minute drive from Cawston Place.
One hour away and right on the USA border.
Nestled among the grasslands, highlands, and mountains of the southern Okanagan Valley, Osoyoos has the distinction of being home to Canada’s only desert and its warmest lake. The arid climate draws visitors to the town to enjoy swimming, hiking, and cycling, while its unique ecosystem produces abundance from the vineyards and farm fields that stretch into the surrounding hillsides. Foodies will find a culinary scene that benefits from this richness by visiting local wineries and farm stands to pick up local vintages and orchard produce in summer. You can also dig into the history and vibrant living culture of local First Nations traditions here. Whether you’re looking to enjoy aquatic pursuits in the warm waters of Osoyoos Lake, hike in the sagebrush of the local hills, or embark on a culinary or cultural exploration, Osoyoos provides the opportunity for many memorable moments in a singular desert environment in the sunny, southern interior of the province.
Visitors can fly into Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and then connect to flights arriving into Kelowna International Airport (YLW), the largest airport in the Okanagan Valley. Osoyoos is accessible by car from Vancouver via Highways 1 and 3 and is just 4 kilometres north of the US border. In winter, your vehicle or rental car must be equipped with winter tires, or those with a M+S (mud and snow) designation. Parts of the highway are high alpine roads and can be subject to snowstorms, fog, and black ice during the winter months. Having a car is handy for visiting wineries and attractions, and for regional day trips. The town’s compact downtown and beachfront are accessible by taxis and public transit as well as on foot, especially during the summer months.
The busy season in Osoyoos runs from May to September, with peak periods in July and August. During the summer months of low humidity and dry, hot weather, temperatures can easily climb above 40 degrees Celsius. In summer, the city and beachfront are teeming with people enjoying the beach and Osoyoos Lake. The fall shoulder months are a great time to visit Osoyoos to experience fewer crowds and more space on the lakefront. The winter months from November to March see colder temperatures in this arid desert climate that entices visitors for snow sports at the local ski resort, 40 minutes northeast of the city.
The spectacular Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre (pronounced in-ka-meep) is located in an extraordinary habitat that is known as Canada’s only pocket desert; an endangered ecosystem of fragile, semi-arid shrub-grassland. The Centre’s interactive exhibits share compelling stories of the Okanagan people and surrounding the desert environment.
Located in the South Okanagan Grasslands Protected Area, Spotted Lake is considered to be a place of healing by local First Nations. During the hot summer months, much of the lake evaporates, leaving behind “spots” of mineral concentrations such as calcium and magnesium. As the water disappears, the minerals change colour, going from blue to green to yellow.
This paddle-shaped peninsula in Osoyoos Lake is a protected park offering space for visitors to enjoy the water away from the crowds. The peninsula extends a kilometre into the lake, providing access on both sides, including a pet-friendly beach, spots for fishing, and a wetland trail for birding.