West Kootenay South
West Kootenay region parks offer a myriad of amenities and activities to suit any vacationer. Martha, Blanket and McDonald Creek parks offer a holiday destination for relaxed family fun. Arrow Lakes and Summit Lake are popular for boating and fishing. Rosebery is closely located to the historic Galena trail for your mountain biking adventure. Check in to Kokanee Creek, an ideal base camp for those wishing to explore the area’s long mining history or pay a visit to the most family friendly backcountry park, Kokanee Glacier. For the climbing and mountaineering enthusiast, the area is bursting with opportunities such as the awe-striking Valhalla Provincial Park.
The park includes 19 quiet campsites in treed area, some sites with panoramic views of the Columbia River, great shore & boat fishing for Rainbow & Walleye, swimming in boat launch area, hiking along Columbia River, pet friendly (on leash), fire pits with wood available, on site security. Campground is open from April 1 –…
Kootenay Lake (Davis Creek and Lost Lodge)
Known for outstanding views & lakeside campsites, both campgrounds offer a true opportunity to get away and relax in a beautiful setting. Popular with anglers & paddlers alike. Davis Creek: Open May 13 – September 28.Lost Ledge: Open April 24 – October 28.Group Site: Open May 13 – September 28.
Offering over 1 km of sandy beaches, Kokanee Creek Paddle Sport rentals, hikes with a Park Naturalist, Kokanee Salmon spawning channel with viewing platforms and a Nature Center running Jerry Rangers through July & August and Nelson nearby. Epic mountain biking, Kokanee Marina, Kokanee Mountain Zipline, Balfour Golf Course and Ainsworth Hotsprings all within 30…
Day use park that protects the sensitive habitat of several plants and animals while providing visitors with some views of Kootenay River, Narrows Island and Grohman Narrows. The area provides for nature appreciation with low impact walking trails that meander along the meadow and marshland area then continue to wind through the forest. The area…