Oroville's Official Visitor Information Center

supported through Okanogan County and City of Oroville LTAC funds - with our thanks!

Oroville, Washington is located 4 miles south of the Canadian border on Highway 97. If you're coming from the north, we're your first stop in the United States, here to welcome you. If you're coming from any other direction, we're your gateway to recreational activities, beautiful scenic drives, diverse landscapes, and unique local events and opportunities.

About Us

The friendly staff at the Oroville Visitor Information Center provides travel, lodging, recreation and other information for visitors to our area. Housed in the historic 1907 Great Northern Railroad Depot, the VIC has maps, information about border crossing regulations, local points of interest, and directions to/information about local points of interest and businesses. As we share a building with the Depot Museum, we also have a lot of information about the history of the area.

Visitor Information Center open May - September

10am–4pm, Mondays through Saturdays

Phone: thank you for your patience, we are currently updating our phone system

Email: orovillevisitorcenter@gmail.com

The Okanogan Highlands

"This region consists of low picturesque mountains, alternating with fertile valleys and studded with lakes protected by open forests of spruce, pine and tamarac. Opportunities for the homeseeker, pleasure for the sportsman, and continuous scenes of interest for the tourist are suggested. Here one can yet feel the presence of the true western spirit of frontiership, for this part of the state was the last to be thrown open to settlers…"

The Beauties of the State of Washington, A Book for Tourists, published 1915