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Osoyoos Lake Veteran's Memorial Park is Now Open 

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Osoyoos Lake Veteran’s Memorial Park

 

 


REMINDER:  To make reservations call the park office at 509-476-3321,

we are getting a new program for the park so we aren't taking reservations online yet.

 



NOTICE:

RIVERSIDE RETREAT IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE FOR VACATION RENTAL.



 


Osoyoos Lake Veteran’s Memorial Park is located in the scenic Okanogan River Valley on Highway 97 just south of the US / Canadian Port of Entry.  The green pastures and orchards of the valley floor are contrasted with the rugged cliffs and glacial features of the Okanogan country, a beautiful setting for this City of Oroville Veteran’s Memorial Park recreation site.  The Park consists of sandy lakeshore, green lawns, and shade trees in contrast with the hot, arid conditions that prevail in the area.

Available activities include boating (one boat launch ramp), fishing, swimming, watersports, bird watching, and horseshoes. Fish of all kinds are abundant in the lake and river.

In the surrounding areas of Oroville there are many hiking, biking and horseback trails, such as the Similkameen Trail, Whistler Canyon Trail and a vast amount of ATV trails also.

The camping facilities include 61 standard sites, 18 utility sites (power & water), 6 primitive sites (walk-in only), 2 ADA sites (one with power and water) a restroom/shower complex, many picnic sites, and a trailer dump.

The day-use facilities include 300 feet of sandy-beach swimming area with a bath house and concession stand.

Park_Fees_and_Policies.pdf    General Park Rules  

Park Permit   Camping Rules 

Oroville's Adopt-A-Park Program is a public service program to beautify our city parks and to create and promote neighborhood and community involvement. The AAP (Adopt-A-Park) program encourages volunteers, with the assistance of the City of Oroville and The Oroville Initiative (TOI), to adopt a park in Oroville for regular maintenance and cleanups.

Volunteers identify safety hazards and freely communicate other issues associated with their designated park. The city provides the necessary equipment for the cleanups and a sign at the chosen site recognizing the volunteer group. The program is suitable for community groups, businesses, churches, scouts, students, individual citizens, etc.

Adopt-A-Park Application: Adopt-A-Park_Program_Packet_.pdf

 For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact The Oroville Initiative at orovilleTOI@yahoo.com or visit their website https://www.theorovilleinitiative.com  

Contacts

Park Office: 509-476-3321
City Hall: 509-476-2926

Reservations: Call the park office.

 


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