Welcome, this is the first stop on Cowichan Valley’s cross-Canada route. Read through to the end to reach the next stop on the trip.

Osoyoos gets its name from the Okanagan Indian word meaning “the narrows” or “the place where two lakes come together.” Located on the southern bay of the Okanagan Valley, Osoyoos is popular for being situated along Canada’s warmest lake, and is known for its beaches and wineries.

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Osoyoos Campgrounds

BrookVale Holiday Resort

  • Hot showers
  • Beach rentals
  • Coin operated laundry & hot showers.

Cabana Beach Campground

  • Full hookups
  • Beach side sites

Island View RV Resort

  • Private sandy beach
  • Full hook ups
  • Pet friendly

Nk’Mip Campground 

  • Big rig friendly
  • Beach side sites

Walton’s Lakefront Resort

  • Fitness centre
  • Full hook-ups
  • Laundry

SunTerra Campground

  • Full hook-ups
  • Beach access
  • Pet friendly

Food and Drink in Osoyoos

The Osoyoos heat makes it one of the best places to grow fruit. Cherries, peaches, pears, plums, berries, apples, and of course, grapes. Osoyoos has a wide selection of cidery’s, distilleries, and wineries, to choose from, and you can even stop and pick up fresh fruit at one of the many roadside fruit stands, or hand pick your own.

Bars, Pubs, and Distilleries

Osoyoos Oliver Wine Country

Tour any of the award winning 40+ wineries in Osoyoos Oliver Wine Country!

The Owl Pub

If you are looking for a place to watch a sporting event, check out Owl Pub at the bottom of Main Street. The Owl Pub can guarantee you delicious pub food served alongside spectacular views of Osoyoos Lake and Gyro Beach

The Sage Pub

The Sage Pub shows all major sporting events, and can supply you with more than just drinks! They have ribs, wings, entrees, pastas, and even pizza!

Orchard Hill Estate Cidery

Sip some locally made cider, from fruit grown right in the orchards 14 acres of fruit bearing trees. Orchard Hill strives for quality, simplicity, and authenticity.

Tumbleweed Spirits Distillery

Try some locally made gin, vodka, brandy or whiskey at the Tumbleweed Spirits Distillery. Their private recipes combined with their copper stills produce only the finest spirits.

Baked Goods and Cafes

Junction 3 Coffee House

Junction 3 can supply you with the coffee fix you are craving!

Roberto’s Gelato

Roberto’s Gelato contains 50% less fat than your average store bought ice cream. His sorbetto’s contain no milk products at all, instead they are made with just real fruit, water and sugar! Even with healthier ingredients, Roberto’s Gelato still delivers the same velvet smooth creaminess customers come back for again and again.

The Lake Village Bakery

Run by a husband and wife duo, the Lake Village Bakery is famous for their traditional artisan sourdough. Each loaf takes 3 days to make! They also specialize in sourdough pastries, such as croissants, brioche cinnamon buns, coconut macaroons, butter tarts, and weekly pastry features.


Wildfire Grill

For delicious American cuisine served with exquisite local wines, visit Wildfire Grill!

Diamond Steak and Seafood House.

Located on Main Street, their menu offers a wide variety of options, making it a great spot for families! If you visit during the summer, be sure to try their Sangria, made with fresh Okanagan fruit!

Convivia Bistro

If you are looking for French or Italian cuisine, visit Convivia! Open daily for lunch and dinner, you can enjoy a pasta dish, pizza, or even a poutine from inside the restaurant or out on the patio.

Things To Do in Osoyoos

Browse local fruit and vegetables, artisan crafts and baked goods at the Market on Main, every Saturday from May – October.

Visit destinationosoyoos.com to plan your visit to Osoyoos!

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