Osoyoos is paradise, especially for those who enjoy good wine.
With more than 60 wineries throughout the celebrated Oliver-Osoyoos and Similkameen wine regions, there’s plenty to discover all within a 20-minute drive of Osoyoos.
Find bottles made with unique grape varietals that ﬂourish under the summer heat.
Wineries are in full swing during the summer months, so make an appointment where you can, especially at wineries that go above and beyond a simple wine tasting with educational vineyard tours.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables
Along with grapes, the warm desert climate of the South Okanagan is perfect for growing fruit and vegetables. It’s easy to spot the many delightful roadside stands or u-pick farms that offer a cornucopia of delicious and healthy fresh produce.
Visitors can also ﬁnd food and crafts at the Osoyoos Farmers’ Market at Town Hall Square on Main Street. It runs Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. until Oct. 7.
Sipping on Cider
With an abundance of apples in Osoyoos orchards, there are also several great cideries. The Osoyoos Region Cider Trail includes eight locations around the region that offer apple juice with a kick: Bordertown Estate Winery; Orchard Hill Estate Cidery; Maverick Cider Co.; Howling Moon Craft Cider; Twisted Hills Cider; Forbidden Fruit Winery; Untangled Cider; Rustic Roots Winery.
Enjoy the Outdoors
Osoyoos is a beautiful place to explore, with its rugged desert trails, spectacular valley views, and sandy beaches along the shore of Osoyoos Lake—the warmest lake in Canada.
Tee off at Osoyoos Golf Club, Canada’s only desert-style golf course, and Sonora Dunes Golf Course, nestled in rolling hills and lush vineyards.
Plan your trip to Osoyoos by visiting destinationosoyoos.com or downloading the mobile app at appscanada.ca/osoyoos.