Osoyoos offers the range of accommodations expected of a long-standing vacation destination known for its lakeshore and lake view properties.
Options range from national chain hotels and luxury resorts to modest motels and a few unique B&Bs. Families return to the same motel or resort for generations, while a different style of tourist is drawn to winery guesthouses.
RV enthusiasts, including retired snowbirds looking to escape colder Canadian winters, set up in a variety of parks and campers can pitch a tent in several lakeside campgrounds.
Hotels & Motels
Hotels and motels are clustered along Highway 3. They line the narrow strip of land that nearly cuts Osoyoos Lake in two, providing plenty of waterfront access.
Osoyoos Resorts & Winery Guesthouses
Resorts in Osoyoos include properties in the heart of downtown, on the shores of the lake, and on the desert lands of the Osoyoos Indian Band. Stay at a working winery with views of the vineyards, the aroma of fermenting grapes and no driving after tasting.
RV & Camping
Osoyoos is a popular destination for RVers and campers, with several beachfront parks. Campsites at Haynes Point Provincial Park are nearly all on the lakeshore. This park is extremely popular and reservations are required in high season.