a) it's on top of a mountain - Anarchist mountain, at that
b) desert vegetation and wildlife on the grounds
c) panoramic view of Osoyoos (the lake and town)
d) everyone gets their own patio
but most importantly,
e) the observatory! With a fully functioning professional-quality computer-run telescope system in the observatory, guests at this B&B get their own astronomy lessons and viewings through the telescope. There's even a theatre where you can see multimedia presentations on the galaxies, stars and the universe on those rare cloudy nights.
We stayed at this Osoyoos campground for a couple of nights on our Okanagan trip. It had room for both tents and RV's, with grassy spots for the tents. It was quite nice if rather cramped and not at all private, despite the existence of cabana shelters in many of the tenting spots. We had a spot with a view of the lake, which is just across the street, which was quite nice. There are coin-operated showers and laundry facilities and a convenience store on site.
When we had previously camped in Osoyoos we had stayed at the Wild Rapids campground which had spacious grassy tenting spots in a beautiful orchard next to the waterslide. Since then the entire orchard has vanished and been replaced by an RV-only campground, where row after row of RV's are situated at close quarters. It's really sad but I'm sure the owners are making a lot more money. I think Walton's Mountain is going the same way as they are already promoting RV lots for sale.
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