Unusual lake on native land.On top of the hill left side on highway #3 to Keremeos. HOLY PLACE very spiritual.
It does not have access yet but you can get some nice pics. They are going to do work on this site so it is accesable to tourists in the future. This is quite a spectacular thing to see and worth the stop just west of Osoyoos on Hwy 3 about one kilometer outside town.
When visiting Osoyoos, it's worth pulling over on highway 3 to take a look at the Spotted Lake. There is a sign by the site indicating that a visitor centre and parking facilities are planned. You can't approach the lake because it is a sacred First Nation site on private land, but you can take photos from the highway. Apparently... More
Worth a quick stop by the roadside, (on the right near the top of the hill if you are travelling from Vancouver to Osoyoos) yes it really does look spotted, not sure what causes it. The land is private but signs say they are planning a car park and facilities.
This is a must see! Check out the dessert cultural centre to learn more about this sacred land. The water and mud is said to have healing properties.
If you have an extra 10 mins, go for a quick drive outside osoyoos and check out the interesting spotted lake. You cannot go down to the lake but can view and take picture from a turnoff on the hi way.
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