The Fairview Lots
In the 1970s, three lots in the historic site of Fairview near Oliver were donated to the Okanagan Historical Society . These lots are the only property that the society owns. At the beginning of the 20th Century, Fairview was the largest community in the south Okanagan. It was a thriving mining town.

Nothing remains at the townsite today save the kiosk built by the Oliver\Osoyoos Branch of the Okanagan Historical Society and placed on one of the lots, originally the site of the Presbyterian Church.

The kiosk was dedicated on May 3, 1997 and includes directional boards pointing out the Camp McKinney mines and the Dividend Mine in Osoyoos.

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