In response to direction from the Legislature and Governor in the state's 2009-2011 Operating Budget, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission transferred Osoyoos State Park to the City of Oroville on May 1, 2010. The City of Oroville has entered into an agreement with the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission to continue using the current reservation system and also will honor all fees and Washington State Parks permits and passes through Sept. 15, 2010. For more information contact the City of Oroville at (509)-476-2926. Osoyoos Lake State Veteran's Memorial Park is a 47-acre camping park on a 14-mile-long lake that stretches several miles north into British Columbia. Located in the midst of a hot and arid environment, the park provides welcome respite with its sandy shores, green lawns and shade trees. A war veteran's memorial is in the park.