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Welcome to our beautifully crafted vintage map of Osoyoos Lake - a stunning decorative piece that captures the essence of this picturesque region. Perfect for those seeking a touch of rustic charm or a unique piece of history for their collection.


Located in the traditional territory of the Syilx First Nation and crossing the border between British Columbia, Canada and Okanogan County, Washington, the Osoyoos Lake region is famous for its stunning scenic views. Whether it's the calm waters of the lake, the rolling hills that surround it, or the lush greenery that lines its shores, this decorative piece is sure to evoke feelings of peace and tranquility.


Outdoor enthusiasts can indulge in a wide variety of recreational activities at the lake, such as swimming, boating, and fishing, making it an ideal location for families and adventurers alike. Wildlife lovers can also delight in spotting native animals such as the desert bighorn sheep, mule deer, and ospreys that call this area home.


This decorative map is the perfect addition to any home or office, reminding visitors of the natural beauty and unique history of Osoyoos Lake. With its vintage charm and intricate detail, it is sure to become a cherished heirloom for generations to come!


Art by: Lake Art

Osoyoos Lake

  • This vintage-style sign is available as a Barrel End or a Ship Wheel.

    Barrel End signs are available in two sizes (23-inch round and 40-inch round) and are embellished with a metal outside ring and 4 studs. Material: Wood with a metal outside ring and metal studs.

    Ship Wheels are available in one size (32-inch from handle to handle). Material: Wood.

    Indoor use only.

    Don’t see your lake here? Not to worry, contact us at and inquire about your lake. We have a vast collection of lake signs in queue to be added to the website, so yours may have not been upload yet.

    Disclaimer: Maps are intended for decoration only, may contain erroneous information, and may not be used for navigation. All geography changes over time. Lake depths not only change over the years, but season-to-season as well. And ocean depths, of course, change with the tides.

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