• Camping & RV Parks

NK’MIP RV Park is one of the South Okanagan’s largest parks and is perfectly situated on the shores of Osoyoos Lake, the warmest lake in Canada, at the edge of the Sonora Desert and just minutes from the town’s main street. Open year-round, NK’MIP RV Park offers over 400 sites ranging from simple tenting spots to full service RV stalls, with yurts and a cabin to round out the selection, all complete with wireless internet access. The 8,020 sq ft clubhouse is perfect for events or meetings, and offers an indoor pool & hot tub (open Sept – June) and a patio perfect for group BBQs. Forgot something at home or looking for a treat? The Campground’s convenience store offers groceries, beach items, ice cream and pizza.
Osoyoos RV Campground & Waterslides
Waterslides are open from June 27 until Labor Day, open daily from 12:00pm to 6:00pm. We offer our guests grassy tent sites, shaded RV sites , all at very reasonable rates. Our campground are open from May to September.
Sven’s Trailer Rentals
Everything you will need to make your holiday unforgettable.
We will deliver to your campsite a 24' to 30' trailer rental with a slide out. It will be spotlessly clean, with very comfortable beds, TV with DVD player to entertain the children and a stereo with CD player, 4 lawn chairs and a cooler for your beverages.

The Orchard at Oliver – Motel & RV Park
Set in a fruit orchard in the heart of the valley The Orchard at Oliver offers Motel Rooms and Cabins alongside an orchard RV Park with stunning private grass sites, all just a short walk from the town of Oliver. With brand new owners and recently refurbished suites, sites and washrooms we know you will love your stay at The Orchard at Oliver. Heated pool and year-round hot tub. Snowbirds welcome!
Vaseux Lake Provincial Park
This park provides preserves an abundant wildlife population. The lake provides promising fishing opportunities for large mouth bass, rainbow trout and carp. Excellent wildlife viewing area by Highway 97 between Oliver and Okanagan Falls. Best viewing in spring and fall. Look for mountain goats, California big horn sheep and a wide variety of bird species. Trails provide access to the nearby Vaseux Lake Migratory Bird Sanctuary which is managed by the Canadian Wildlife Service. Campground Dates: April 1 – October 12 approximately. Gate is closed during the off season. First Come, First Serve Basis. 12 Campsites.
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