Haynes Point Provincial Park, Osoyoos

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Haynes Point Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located on the west side of Osoyoos Lake in the town of Osoyoos, which is on the United States-Canada border at the southern end of the Okanagan region of British Columbia. Now approximately 38 ha. in size, the park was originally created in 1939 and has been decreased and then increased in size since then.

Haynes Point and adjacent Haynes Creek are named for John Carmichael Haynes. Haynes was \"an Irishman who came to BC in 1858 and was police officer, customs officer, magistrate, assistant gold commissioner, government agent and county court judge in Similkameen, Osoyoos and Kootenay Districts for many years; member of the legislative council [of the Colony of British Columbia], 1864-66, rancher at Osoyoos, 1866-88, accumulating 22,000 acres. Generally known as Judge Haynes.\"
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  • We stayed at Haynes Point last week and had an amazing time! We had site 1 and our other party had site 41, which was great, because we only had neighbours to one side. Site 1 faces the USA and site 4...  more »
  • This is our favorite campground anywhere in Canada. It is a strip of land that sticks out into beautiful Osoyoos lake. Most campsites have direct access to the lake from your site. It can get crazy wi...  more »
  • Because of Spring flooding, the sites are close to the water, but high enough to stay dry. At some places the road was narrow, so that the land between water was only about 20 feet wide! Some sites ar...  more »
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  • This is a small beautiful camp ground. Water is all around the point. The camp is kept well maintained. Clean bathrooms. Raked camp spots. The kids had fun kayaking. The only downfall was the price, I thought. $32/night. No hook ups.
  • Absolutely fantastic camping location. Flush toilets are a nice bonus.
  • The only problem is it is so hard to get a campsite. There is overflow for only one night (unfortunately no tenting). Very enjoyable and hot, try and get a reservation.
  • Great camping spot you are right on the water. Most campsites have there own little pebble beach area. There is even 1 night overflow camping that has a good view. Bring your paddle board, kayak, swim gear, and enjoy the warmest lake around.
  • This a must if you can get a site . The water in Osoyoos lake is so warm . Like most parks in BC you have good size sites . Water through out the park . No sani-dump but you can find one at the Husky station .