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Wadey Forest Recreation Site

The Wadey Recreation Site is a beautiful large recreation site nestled on the eastern shores of Lake Revelstoke. The site is very popular due to its waterfront day use areas, spacious campsites, many with spectacular lake views. The site is located 25 kilometers north of Revelstoke On Highway 23 North, on the south side of Laforme Creek on Lake Revelstoke. It has 30 sites nestled in the trees, a boat launch and two day use areas. The site does not have any potable water or garbage receptacles.

Martha Creek - 1475 Hwy #23 North

Martha Creek Provincial Park is located 17 Km / 10.5 miles north of Revelstoke on Hwy 23 N. This park has great fishing, a wharf, paved boat launch, sandy beach, flush washrooms and 46 campsites (19 of which are lake front sites) on Lake Revelstoke. These seven lures make this park popular with local anglers, boaters, mountain bikers, and families.

Blanket Creek - 5070 Hwy#23 South

With its warm man-made swimming lagoon, adventure playground, hiking and biking trails, historic homestead site and easy access to scenic Sutherland Falls, this park offers enjoyment for the entire family. The campground has 63 private sites including 5 double sites nestled in the forest, flush washrooms, sani station and firewood.

Arrow Lakes – 9550 Hwy#23

Arrow lakes Provincial Park (Shelter Bay Site) is located along the shores of Upper Arrow Lake Reservoir adjacent to the Shelter Bay ferry terminal on Highway # 23, 50 km south of Revelstoke. The park is a popular destination for fishers and boaters. The campsites within the park have spectacular views of the lake and the surrounding towering mountains.

McDonald Creek – 2830 Hwy#6

Situated just south of Nakusp, McDonald Creek Park is one of a system of four Provincial Parks on the Arrow Lake reservoir. With facilities on the eastern shoreline, it is a holiday destination for swimming, boating and fishing opportunities. It features several kilometres of fine sandy beach, water front sites and open grassy meadows.

Summit Lake – 2470 Hwy#6

Park visitors enjoy canoeing, fishing for rainbow and cutthroat trout or swimming in the lake’s clear, refreshing mountain water. Mountain goats can often be viewed on rocky outcroppings and in late summer a natural spectacle occurs as thousands of toads emerge from the lake and migrate to the nearby forest to hibernate for the winter.

Rosebery – 650 Rosebery Park Rd

Just for camping, Rosebery Provincial Park is located just north of New Denver, on Highway 6. To the west, across Slocan Lake, is the magnificent Valhalla Provincial Park. Tucked along the banks of Wilson Creek, this park has an intimate, forested creek setting that offers secluded camping for overnight travellers or visitors seeking more adventure. It is a good staging area for backcountry exploration of nearby Valhalla, Kokanee Glacier and Goat Range Provincial Parks.

Welcome to the heart of the West Kootenays. Not quite the Rockies, and not the Okanagan – a region that stands on its own. Where the scenery speaks for itself and the people who come to be among it. Escape to a place where peace and quiet are inescapable, and fun is always an option. Where rich experiences are born from the natural world that surrounds you at every turn. Central to it all, yet a world of it’s own. Come to look, but be ready to feel.

Choose the best way to immerse yourself in the beauty: stay at a Provincial Park.  Depending on where you’d like to go, we have a number of parks to suit your needs. Martha Creek, Blanket Creek, Arrow Lakes (Shelter Bay Site), McDonald Creek, Summit Lake and Rosebery Provincial Parks, along with the Wadey Forest Recreation Site are all located in this stunning area of southeastern British Columbia. Mountains rule the skyline and fresh water is never far away. Whether it be Lake Revelstoke, Upper Arrow Lake, Slocan Lake, or the many smaller lakes and rivers throughout the Columbia River Valley, our parks neighbour them all.

Take a vacation that gives you more than any resort could. Come camping and leave more comfortable than you arrived. Make your next destination the West Kootenays.

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Campground Availability

Wadey Recreation Site

OPEN - Campfires Permitted

Wadey Recreation Site

Site is OPEN with full fees in effect

Martha Creek Provincial Park

OPEN - Campfires Permitted

Martha Creek Provincial Park

The park is OPEN with full fes in effect

Blanket Creek Provincial Park

OPEN - Campfires Permited

Blanket Creek Provincial Park

The park is OPEN with full fees in effect..

Arrow Lakes Provincial Park

OPEN - Campfires Permitted

Arrow Lakes Provincial Park

Park is OPEN with full fees in effect

McDonald Creek Provincial Park

OPEN - Campfires Permitted

McDonald Creek Provincial Park

Park is OPEN with full fees in effect.

Summit Lake Provincial Park

OPEN - Campfires Permitted

Summit Lake Provincial Park

The PARK is open with full fees in effect.

Rosebery Provincial Park

OPEN - Campfires Permitted

Rosebury Provincial Park

The park is OPEN with full fees in effect

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Campfire News

  • New Denver-20120722-00049

Campfires are permitted once again!

Great news. Campfires are permitted once again in provincial parks. With the long awaited rainfall we have received in the last few days, all campfire bans have been lifted in south-eastern BC. […]

  • 2015-06-16 16.17.23

The Dog days of Summer are Here!

As we enter mid August, the evenings are beginning to cool off yet the days are still beautiful and warm. The campgrounds are beginning to become less busy as the August long weekend is now […]

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Blanket Creek Provincial park

Blanket Creek Provincial Park lies among lush forests and the rushing glacial water of Blanket Creek, which takes a moment to descend the 45 ft Sutherland Falls before entering the Columbia River (Arrow Lake). Some […]