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Parks & nature in Okanagan-Similkameen A

Historic Site
“If you want to learn more about the endangered ecosystem of the South Okanagan, definitely check out this interpretive experience. It is self guided outdoor tour. ”
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Park
“Perfect for nature enthusiasts and anyone else who wants to take a walk along the lake. The best part is the sand spit, you can walk pretty far out into the lake - but watch out for boats! ”
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Beach
“This is the main beach in Osoyoos. There is a nice walking path in either direction. There is a band shell which hosts live music and family friendly events many nights. We love to right our bikes over, have a picnic for dinner while taking in live music or taking in the views. There is a concession stand there which serves a variety of food and drinks that are quite good. ”
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Park
“This is located next to Sage Beach and has a nice walking path that actually takes you all the way to the side of Spirit Ridge RV park ( I don't believe there is access from there but for reference). It's a beautifully manicured park and is somewhere to take some nice photos, do some yoga, play bocce ball or just sit on one of the many park benches to take in the views. ”
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Vineyard
“Best Winery In Osoyoos! Excellent Patio view.. take a picnic or utilize the deli cooler. Wine on the Patio 10- 5pm daily. March to December. Winter hours Friday to Monday 11- 5”
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Park
“The Osoyoos Oxbows at Road 22 is a Riparian area. The wetlands are adjacent to a marsh and meadow and there are many birds in the area. An information kiosk and parking area is found at the Okanagan River Bridge. If you hike north, you’ll follow the river channel for 18 km (11 mi) to McAlpine Bridge north of Oliver. Walking south, you can access the Oxbows and see many birds, including Cinnamon teal, Willow flycatcher, Yellow-breasted chat and Grosbeak. You may be fortunate enough to see a nesting Osprey on the bridge, just above your head. Various species of owls can be found in the Oxbow area, and it’s adjacent to the South Okanagan Rehabilitation Centre for Owls (SORCO) and within walkin”
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Campground
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Park
“There are 2 points of entry here, right next to each other for parking. The left side of the beach is really popular for the guests at the campground across the road but if you keep to the right side, it tends to be a bit quieter. The beach on that side is one of my favourite spots in Osoyoos to float, tan or watch the sunset while playing bocce ball or having a picnic. ”
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