The town of
Oroville Washington has a population of 1750. Located just four miles south
of the Canadian border on State Highway 97 in north central Washington,
Oroville elevation is at 920 feet. Oroville is Eastern Washington's gateway
to British Columbia and an outdoor recreation paradise.
the confluence of the Similkameen and Okanogan rivers on the south shore
of Lake Osoyoos both the Okanogan Highlands and the Cascade Mountains are
just minutes away.
the surrounding area offer fantastic year round recreation opportunities
In a climate
truly embracing all four seasons, this is your chance to relax and enjoy
all the possibilities offered by numerous lakes, streams and rivers in
an environment ranging from river valley to high desert to sub alpine,
all within a one hour drive.
boating, water skiing, hiking, hunting, fishing, bicycling, golfing and
more all summer. Then, when winter sets in, get out your snow skis, snowmobile
or snowshoes to enjoy winter time bliss. Photo opportunities are abundant
with the great geologic scenery and wildlife viewing opportunities!
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