Frequently Asked Questions
The road IS rough, but not exceptionally so by backroad standards. It is also exceptionally wide, and there are no "white-knuckle" corners or steep hills. Everything from small sports cars to 35' motorhomes have made the ascent without incident. You certainly don't need a 4WD, but your vehicle should be in reasonably good repair, tires in good condition and you must drive with caution. We suggest you allow about 45 minutes for the trip up, but you may want to take longer simply to admire the view, which is frequently breathtaking! The following is a link to a youTube Video of the Drive up.
Perhaps in your neighbor's RV. Otherwise, we have this information on faculties in Osoyoos.
Showers are still currently supported at the Husky Gas and Service Station for $7.35 per person.
Another option would be to head down to the Sonora Community Centre (located at 8505 68th Avenue right beside the Elementary school) and to use their showers there for: $3.50 for adult, $2.50 for youth age 13-17 and $2.50 for seniors age 60+. They also will ask for photo ID and keep a photocopy in case there are any damages.
Coin operated showers will be found at NK'MIP RV and Campground located at 8000 – 45th Street in town across the bridge.
Unfortunately I'm currently unable to acquire any information about showers located at the beach, more information may be available later.
You will need valid a passport to enter.
All people arriving in Canada from the USA must download the ARRIVECAN app on their cellphone before arrival and complete the necessary documentation to verify your COVID status and eligibility for entry.
Also, If you are a U.S. resident and you have expensive equipment that you wish to use at MKSP, and you will not be selling any of the equipment you are bringing into Canada, you should have no such problems.