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Kootenay Rockies Provincial Parks - (24 Listings)

Kettle River Provincial Recreation Area

c/o RR, Site8, C-5, Nelson, BC
 P: (250) 825-3500

Kootenay Lake - Midge Creek Provincial Park

Midge Creek Park is located 38 km south of Balfour, on the southwest shore of Kootenay Lake across from Sanca Creek. Access to the park at Midge Creek is via water vessel. Water-oriented activities are most popular, with angling for kokanee, Dolly Vardeb and rainbow trout. Boasting more than a kilometre of sandy beach, it is a popoular destination for boaters.
Creston, BC

Beaver Creek Provincial Park


Premiere Lake Provincial Park

Nestled against the west slopes of the Rocky Mountains, Premier Lake is one of the key recreational fishing lakes in the East Kootenay. The emerald green lakes of Premier and four smaller lakes, Canuck, Yankee, Cats Eye and Quartz offer a unique and varied fishing experience in a secluded and pleasant park atmosphere.

Gladstone Provincial Park (Texas Creek)

Gladstone Park is located approximately 20 km northeast of Grand Forks on Hwy 3 at the north end of Christina Lake in the Monashee mountains. Texas Creek campground is 10 km east of Christina Lake on Hwy 3; follow East Lake Drive.
 P: (250) 494-6500

Christina Lake Provincial Park

With 350 metres of sandy beach and parking for over 200 vehicles, this park is great for the whole family. The lake has a reputation as the warmest in all of Canada. Plenty of shade trees and picnic tables near the beach, combined with a warm shallow swimming area makes this a super beach for the kids.
Off Hwy #3 in the town of Christina Lake
 P: (250) 494-6500

West Arm Provincial Park

This park extends along the shore of Kootenay Lake from Nelson to Harrop and up to the peaks behind. The creek fans and pocket beaches are popular with boaters and there is a historic trail (not maintained) up Lasca Creek. The park is largely undeveloped.
This park is situated east of Nelson and south of the West Arm of Kootenay Lake.
Nelson, BC

Champion Lakes Provincial Park

Forested site: sani-station; playground; chain of 3 lakes; (no motorboats allowed); car-top boat launch; interpretive programs; hiking trails; water sports; cash only; pets on a leash.
Access to the park is located 10 km off of Highway 3B north of Salmo
Nelson, BC

Whiteswan Lake Provincial Park

Whiteswan Provincial Park is located within the Kootenay Ranges of the Rocky Mountains east of Canal Flats which which is 22 km south of the park and is the nearest community. Access is from Highway 93/95, turn east 4.5 kilometres south of Canal Flats onto the gravel Whiteswan Forestry Road. Whiteswan Lake is about 25 km from the highway; the hot springs are located near the west boundary of the park at kilometre 17.5.
off Hwy 93/95, Canal Flats, BC

Syringa Creek Provincial Park

Syringa Provincial Park is located near the southeastern end of the Lower Arrow Lake. The lake is actually a part of the Columbia River that was widened and deepened with the construction of the Hugh Keenleyside Dam at Castlegar.
Broadwater Rd, Robson, BC
 P: (250) 365-6945

Goat Range Provincial Park

The park is situated in the Selkirk Mountains, between Slocan and Kootenay lakes at the south end, and between Arrow Lakes and Duncan Lake at the north end.
Nakusp, BC
 P: (250) 422-4200

Purcell Wilderness Conservancy and Provincial Park

Very high wilderness recreation values include hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. This addition is situated 20 km west and south of Invermere. Access is by good gravel roads along Toby Creek, to Whitetail Lake in Dutch Creek and within 5 km of the park boundary of the area in Findlay Creek. Well established horse trails extend up each major valley Park Info: This area was identified for protection in the East Kootenay Land-Use Plan. Very high wilderness recreation values include hunting, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, and wildlife viewing. Park Size: 106,290 hectares What You Should Know Before You Go Fees, Hours of Operation & Number of Campsites Management Planning Information Location: This addition is situated 20 km west and south of Invermere. Access is by good gravel roads along Toby Creek, to Whitetail Lake in Dutch Creek and within 5 km of the park boundary of the area in Findlay Creek. Well established horse trails extend up each major valley.
Invermere, BC

Valhalla Provincial Park

The park is located on the west shore of Slocan Lake, north of both Slocan and Castlegar, and encompasses most of the Valhalla Range of the Selkirk Mountains. The park can be accessed by water, forest industrial roads or by trail. The nearest community to the park is Slocan and Highway 6 provides access to the town and other population centres in the vicinity. Public boat launches exist in a number of towns, including Slocan, Silverton and New Denver, by which trailheads can be easily reached.
Castlegar, BC

Johnstone Creek Provincial Park

Quiet shady roadside site; dry toilets; fee charged; cash only; pets on leash; May - Sept.
Located 5 km. west of Rock Creek on Highway #3
Rock Creek, BC

Conkle Lake Provincial Park

c/o RR3, Site8, C-5, Nelson, BC
 P: (250) 825-3500

Gilnockie Provincial Park

The park is located 5 km north of the US border, between Moyie Lake and Elko. Park access is by seasonal logging roads from Hwy. 3 at Moyie Lake via Teepee Creek, Yahk River and Ward Creek (approximately 35 km). The park can also be accessed from Lake Koocanusa at Kikomun Creek Park via Plumbob Creek, Gold Creek and Caven Creek (approximately 35 km) or via Gold Creek, Bloom Creek and Ward Creek (approximately 40 km).
Yahk, BC

Kianuko Provincial Park

The park encompasses the headwaters of Kianuko Creek, which is a tributary of the Goat River, as well as a number of small alpine lakes and meadows. The watershed is largely undisturbed and contains moist cedar-hemlock and Engelmann Spruce Subalpine fir old-growth forest communities. The park protects important habitat for caribou, moose and grizzly bear, and fish.
Kianuko Park is situated approximately 40 km north of Creston.
Creston, BC

Stagleap Provincial Park

This park is located at the summit of the highest all weather highway pass in BC and the highest paved highway in Canada! Enjoy the subalpine forest from the luxury of your car or go for a short walk around Bridal Lake.
34km West of Creston on Hwy #3., Creston, BC

Moyie Lake Provincial Park

Approximately a 20 km (15 minute drive) south of Cranbrook on Highway 3/95. The small community of Moyie is located 5 km south of Moyie Lake Provincial Park. Cranbrook, a larger center is located 20 km south of the park.
Moyie, BC
 P: (250) 422-3003

Top of the World Provincial Park

Top of the World is 48 kilometres northeast of the Bavarian village of Kimberley. There are two access routes to the Fish Lake area of this park. Both routes utilize logging roads, and extreme caution must be exercised at all times while travelling these roads. Both access routes are normally passable from late May until mid-November.
Kimberley, BC

Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park

Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park is located in the Selkirk Mountains, between Slocan and Kootenay Lakes. There are five access roads leading to the start of trails into the central area of the park. These roads may not be suitable for low-clearance vehicles
Slocan Valley, BC

Woodhaven Campground

White Lake - renowned for its trout fishing and beautiful nature. Enjoy fishing, hiking or biking. Woodhaven Campground with RVs, hot showers, laundry room, horseshoe pits, volleyball.
4010 Settle Road, Sorrento, BC
 P: (250) 835-4600

Cody Cave Tours

Unique underground adventure featuring ancient calcite formations such as soda straws and stalagmites. Learn geological and local history through interpretive tour. Easily accessible for reasonably fit visitors ages 5 & up. Tours daily July & August 10am-4pm. June and September tours by reservation only.
Cody Caves Provincial Park, Ainsworth, BC
Email: caves@netidea.com
 P: (250) 353-7364

Nancy Green Provincial Park

A subalpine lake in the Monashee Mountains between Castlegar and Christina Lake. Beach area. Self-guiding nature trail circles the lake. Fish for Kamloops trout. Popular cross-country skiing area. Recreation vehicle camping is allowed in the parking lot
Off Hwy 3B, Rossland, BC, Castlegar, BC

Kootenay Rockies Provincial Parks