Nancy Greene Provincial Park - Rossland, BC
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Now that you know where to camp in the South Kootenays, start planning your itinerary aA roadside park with a natural setting and sub-alpine lake, Nancy Greene Provincial Park is a welcoming site for weary travellers. Tucked in the Monashee Mountains it is a popular overnight stop for tourists and also provides day use opportunities for local residents wishing to escape the summer heat of the valley. It is the perfect place to enjoy fishing, picnicking, walking, swimming, boating and in winter nordic skiing. The special feature in the park is the sub alpine lake.t tourismrossland.com
Rossland Lions Community Campground
The Rossland Lions Community Campground is Rossland's only campground, open from May long weekend to end of September. It's Located 3mins drive/15min walk south west of downtown, just off Hwy 3B, situated alongside Centennial Ball Park and Rossland’s Advanced Mountain Bike Dirt Jump park. Easy access to bike trails – Drakes, Tamarack, Centennial Trail Head and just 15mins from the finish of the Seven Summits Trail.
Beaver Creek Provincial Park in Trail, BC
Beaver Creek Park is located in the British Columbia Southern Interior, Southeast of the City of Trail. It is situated along the eastern bank of the Columbia River, north of the Waneta International border crossing and parallel to Highway 22A. It is bordered by residential lands and the Trail Airport. The park is a popular local recreation area and protects the habitat of a variety of wildlife and vegetation species, some of which are rare and endangered. Please note: This park is managed by the Kiwanis Club of Trail. The park operates on a “user maintained” basis and services and facilities may differ from those offered in other BC Parks.
Backcountry camping on Seven Summits in Rossland, BC
Creekside RV Park in Fruitvale, BC
Creekside RV Park & Sani-Dump Located at 1970 Highway 3B (behind the Fruitvale Memorial Centre) Open mid May - October - 5 full service RV sites (water, sewer, 30 amp electrical service) - picnic table and campfire pit in each site; - $30.00/night - registration at the Village Office, 1947 Beaver Street; after hours registration envelope are located in the kiosk under the bulletin board at the RV park and can be placed in the kiosk drop box. - sites are filled on a first come, first served basis; reservations are not available - pets welcome, must be on a leash - camping limited to 14 consecutive days; leaving camping equipment unattended for more than 24 hours is prohibited - walking path to Beaver Creek - walking distance to local shops and restaurants - recreational use of Beaver Creek at your own risk - Free Sani-dump Call the Village of Fruitvale office, 250-367-7551, for more information.