Canoeing, Kayaking, SUP

Canoeing, Kayaking, SUP

Creston and Area
A celebration of birds, art, and the agriculture of the Creston Valley taking place annually, the second weekend in May. This special event hosts presentations, hikes, field trips and tours...
Arts and Culture
Creston and Area

The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area is a  lush wetland habitat located 11 km west of Creston.  It stretches for 7,000 hectares (17,000 acres) from the southeast tip of Kootenay...

Nature and Recreation
Crawford Bay and Area
The East Shore is made up of eight quaint artistic communities Riondel, Kootenay Bay, Crawford Bay, Gray Creek, Boswell, Sirdar, Sanca, and Kuskanook that wind along the shores of Kootenay...
Article
Creston and Area
The Creston Valley consists of several thriving communities, Wynndel, Lower Kootenay Band, Erickson, Canyon, Lister, Arrow Creek and Kitchener. Start your journey with a visit to the Creston Valley Visitor...
Article
Applies to all regions

The incredibly peaceful and scenic Kootenay Lake is a long, narrow and deep fjord-like lake located between the Selkirk and Purcell mountain ranges and is one of the largest...

Nature and Recreation
Crawford Bay and Area

Part of the larger Kootenay Lake park, the Midge Creek site is located 38 kilometres (24 mi) south of Balfour, on the southwest shore of Kootenay Lake across from Sanca...

Nature and Recreation
Creston and Area

High in the Rocky Mountains, the Kootenay River begins its journey, carving a route through the Rocky Mountain trench into Montana before making a wide loop through Idaho and then...

Nature and Recreation
Creston and Area

Located along the waters of likely the calmest section of the Kootenay River, the old ferry landing site has for a long time been a launching point for all sorts...

Nature and Recreation
Crawford Bay and Area

This park is the safest harbour on Kootenay Lake where boaters often gather to weather out the summer storms. The water is warm in the bay for swimming and some...

Nature and Recreation