The Oroville-Osoyoos Border Crossing connects the cities of Oroville, Washington and Osoyoos, British Columbia on the Canada–US border. It can be reached by U.S. Route 97 on the American side and British Columbia Highway 97 on the Canadian side. This crossing was among the first on the border to have border inspection services. Canada first established a Customs office in Osoyoos in 1861. Today it is a busy 24-hour crossing that features a large joint border station that houses both the US and Canada border inspection services.