Haynes Point Provincial Park, Osoyoos

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  • It should be noted when camping in September (no longer possible to make reservations) that unless you arrive between 9-10am, do not expect to get a site for the night. There is overflow parking on th...  more »
  • This lovely provincial park has 41 dry camping spaces. My sister and I traveled from nearby Penticton to spend some quiet time there. Our space had a water-front view and we also could see the surroun...  more »
  • We enjoyed our stay at the park. Great spot for tenting. Our campsites were private and had great private access to the lake. No showers but flush toilets and water. We brought a solar shower which wo...  more »
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  • Probably the best camping spot on the lake. Plus you can fish right out from your camp spot for bass and trout. Was pretty smoky when I went there in August. It was also super hot, 30°c.
  • Can take your dog for walks. Camping during the summer. During the winter, park by the boat launch. And walk, there's path's and a road. Walk around. Nice and refreshing. Lots of bushes and ponderosa pine and other trees. Camp sites. Beautiful sceneries to look at. Osoyoos is the place to visit.
  • Good provincial park, the only problem is it is so hard to get a campsite at anytime. There is overflow for only one night (unfortunately no tenting). Very enjoyable and hot, try and get a reservation.
  • After long weekend in September it is first come first serve....September 22 we arrived and it was full. Even the RV overflow was full...given its popularity perhaps it should be reservable! We didn't get to experience this park but just across the lake, we found a beautiful private camping!
  • Very clean campsite. Hard to book. Have to book 6 months prior to when you want to go. Unfortunately no showers, but flushable toilets available. Not a lot of trees available for tarp set up, as we tented around June.

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Privately run hotels, beach resorts, inns, and motels make up the majority of accommodations available in Osoyoos. The most desirable of these sit between the town's two lakes, offering panoramic views and easy access to beaches on either shore. If you want to immerse yourself in the scenery away from the town itself, head northwest up Route 97 Highway--there you'll find a selection of bed and breakfasts, perched on the hill overlooking Osoyoos Lake.
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