The 7 Best Things to do in Oroville, Washington (WA)

May 14, 2022 Alice Mieles

Oroville is a city located in the northern bulk of the Okanogan Highlands in north-central Washington, United States. Oroville is a member municipality of Okanogan County, Washington, situated between Omak and Penticton. The population was 1,686 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Oroville

1. Fiona at Chesaw

2052 Chesaw Rd, Oroville, WA 98844-9662 +1 509-485-2281 [email protected]
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Fiona Gallery at Chesaw is a place for art, music, gifts and espresso in the Okanogan Highlands. Visit our beautiful Chesaw area and experience the creativity of local residents. Art gallery, gift store, 2nd hand items, delicious organic and fair trade espresso, tea and treats. We have special events such as live music, art shows, flea markets, community gatherings and seasonal farmer's market.

2. Old Oroville Depot Museum

1210 Ironwood St, Oroville, WA 98844-9235 +1 888-699-5659 http://www.orovillewashington.com/VIC
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4.5 based on 16 reviews

Old Oroville Depot Museum

This museum focuses on the local railroad history.

3. Old Molson Museum Ghost Town

Oroville, WA +1 509-485-3292 http://www.ghosttownsusa.com/molson.htm
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Old Molson Museum Ghost Town

Reviewed By GoAlong2 - Seattle, United States

About a half hour from Oroville, this little town (population 35) hosts a number of abandoned buildings that have been preserved and converted into a museum describing the history and way of life from the early 1900’s. Because of COVID-19, the museum in the old brick school was closed, but we were able to walk around the old town and explore the buildings and displays there. They have a broad collection of artifacts, equipment, and furnishings and descriptions of events of significance for the town. It is well worth the drive through the hills and farmland to visit this museum and ghost town.

4. Lake Osoyoos State Park

Juniper Street, Oroville, WA +1 509-476-3321 http://orovillepark.goingtocamp.com
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4.5 based on 32 reviews

Lake Osoyoos State Park

5. Lake Oroville Golf Club

5131 Royal Oaks Dr, Oroville, WA 95966-3823 +1 530-589-0777
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Lake Oroville Golf Club

6. Similkameen Trail

Oroville, WA
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Reviewed By GoAlong2 - Seattle, United States

We hiked the trail on a sunny afternoon. Beginning at an orchard, we walked down to the river and crossed a steel bridge about 90 ft above the river and walked the trail built on an abandoned railroad bed, so the path is wide and level. The gorge has interesting rocks, and occasional rapids in the river below. Sections of the trail are shaded, and some exposed to the sun in the afternoon. The trail ends in a little over two miles with a viewpoint of the waterfalls over Enloe Dam on the river. On the return walk, we saw a heron fishing on the river and a hawk eating a fish on the rail of the bridge. We completed the walk in about 1 hour and 45 min at a leisurely pace. It’s a beautiful walk in a scenic gorge.

7. The Hideaway Grill

2002 N Main Strret, Oroville, WA 98844-9310 +1 509-560-4732 http://m.facebook.com/TheHideawayGrill.LLC/
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