On US 97 five miles south of Canada in North Central Washington.
The city of Oroville sits on the South end of Lake Osoyoos and at the convergence of the Okanogan and Similkameen Rivers. Lake Osoyoos is 5729 acres of FUN with swimming, boating, water sports and fishing in a true desert.
Oroville is at 920 feet elevation, but just 10 miles to the East in the Okanogan Highlands, is the ghost town of Molson, the location of Washington's highest train depot in 1906 at 3708 ft. elevation. And just 16 miles West of Oroville is an easy hike up to the top of Chopaka Mountain at 7800 feet.
Surrounded by amazing geology with hills, mountains, rivers, numerous lakes as well as fruit orchards of many kinds and trails; Oroville is a great place to experience the joys of nature. Public lands around Oroville greatly out number private lands, providing ample space for exploration and recreation. Three local wineries and one brewery in addition to farmers' markets and fruit stands provide visitors and residents with abundant local products.
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