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About Oroville

Oroville Washington is located in eastern Washington, 40 minutes north of Omak and 4 miles south of the Canadian Border on Highway 97.  The green pastures and orchards of the valley floor are contrasted with the rugged cliffs and glacial features of the Okanogan country.


There are many available activities in our area including camping, fishing, boating and all kinds of water sports.  During the winter months, there are opportunities for snow sports of various kinds.  In our surrounding area there are hiking, biking and horseback trails, such as the Similkameen Trail, Whistler Canyon Trail and a vast amount of ATV trails.  In addition, there are museums to visit, specialty shops, a great thrift scene, local wineries & breweries for tasting, and a scenic, challenging golf course.  Come visit Oroville and discover the gold at the end of the road!

Discover Oroville's History

Visit the Oroville Depot Museum for more on Oroville's history. The museum includes both permanent historical displays and a large section that is changed every year. The permanent displays feature a collection of Oroville's rich history, including information on the Railway revolution. The museum also provides an educational outlook on Native American influence.

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