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Cranbrook


Mount Baker RV Park Tel: (250) 489-0056 Toll: 1-877-501-2288 Web: www.mountbakerrvpark.com


1501 1st St. S., Cranbrook BC V1C 4J6 A convenient East Kootenay Rockies RV park


in Cranbrook. Many large shade trees. Joseph Creek and a warm friendly atmosphere. Can accommodate big rigs, also tent sites. Wireless internet, cable, laundry, ice, phone, hot showers. Pet friendly. Big Rig Friendly. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31. ** Rates: Per Vehicle 2 Persons Unserviced $26 Serviced $32-$39 Tenting $26 Add’l Adult $3 Child Under 16 Free accompanied by parents. Pets $2.


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St. Eugene RV Park (KOA)


Tel: (250) 420-2055 Toll: 1-800-562-5403 E-Mail: rvpark@steugene.ca Web: www.steugene.ca


7777 Mission Rd., Cranbrook BC V1C 7E5 OPENING SPRING 2017. Located at the beautiful


St. Eugene Golf Resort Casino. Offering deluxe big rig pull-thru plus standard sites and deluxe log cabins. Food and beverage delivery to all sites. Games room, barbeque, exercise room. Off leash pet area. Golf, casino and three restaurants. Locally available convenience store, propane, gas, river rafting, hiking and much more. Big Rig Friendly. Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31. ** Rates: Serviced $45-$75. Pets welcome.


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Creston & Area


Grouse Mountain Campground Tel: (250) 424-5454 Cell: (780) 836-5109 E-Mail: bobking5757@gmail.com


8741 Hwy 3/95, Yahk BC V0B 2P0 At the Grouse Mountain Campground we offer


22 lots with shaded and grassy areas. Large pull-thru sites. Firepits with firewood onsite. Nature walking trails along the river. There is an abundance of nature in the park, deer, wild turkeys and humming birds. Common area will seat up to 60 people. Big rig friendly sites available. Open: May – Oct. ** Rates: Unserviced $25 Serviced $35 Tenting $20.


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Mountain Park Resort


Tel: (250) 428-2954 Toll: 1-877-428-2954 Web: www.mountainprk.com


4021 Hwy 3, (Erickson) Creston BC V0B 1K0 Large sites amongst 100’ cedars overlooking the river. RV and cabin rentals. Free hot showers, handicap access, sani-station, sewer service, group camping, volleyball, playground, store, post office, laundry, internet, cable, firewood, fresh fruit, vegetables, local arts and crafts. Special events welcome. Pet friendly. Open All Year. ** Rates: Per Vehicle Serviced $27-$48.


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Fairmont Hot Springs


Fairmont Hot Springs RV Resort Tel: (250) 345-6033 Toll: 1-800-663-4979 Web: www.fairmonthotsprings.com


5225 Fairmont Resort Rd., Fairmont Hot Springs BC


V0B 1L1 Highly rated by Good Sam RV Travel Guide. Good Sam Discount. Beautiful RV Resort located in the BC Rockies. A short walk from Canada’s largest natural hot mineral pools, golf, spa, swim, soak - our activities are endless. Big Rig Friendly. Open: Apr - Oct. ** Rates: Per Vehicle Unserviced $32- $35 Serviced $40-$65. Rates subject to change. Pet friendly, on leash. ** See lodging listing 54.


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Spruce Grove RV Park & Campground


Tel: (250) 345-6561 Toll: 1-888-629-4004 Web: www.fairmonthotsprings.com 5250 Spruce Grove Frontage Hwy 93/95,


Fairmont Hot Springs BC V0B 1L1 Situated alongside the beautiful Columbia River, many of the large 172 sites enjoy direct river frontage. Good Sam discount. Popular with families and groups, RVs and tents welcome. Outdoor heated pool. Only 5 mins. away from Canada’s largest mineral hot springs at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort. Open: Apr - Oct. ** Rates: Unserviced $31-$33 Serviced $46-$52 Tenting $31-$33. Rates subject to change. Pets no charge, on leash.


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Fernie


Fernie RV Resort Toll: 1-844-343-2233 E-Mail: stay@fernieRVresort.com Web: www.fernieRVresort.com


2001 6th Ave, Fernie BC V0B 1M0 This resort is nestled beside the majestic Elk River in picturesque Fernie, BC. It offers current state of the industry facilities, services and is designed to accommodate a complete range of recreational vehicles from the smallest to the most sophisticated plus an area for tent camping. The resort is ideally located so that campers can experience unparalleled outdoor recreational opportunities, as well as the small town charm of Fernie. Big Rig Friendly. Open All Year ** Rates: Check website.


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Field


Yoho National Park Tel: (250) 343-6783 (Seasonal)


Toll: 1-888-773-8888 (Year Round) Web: www.pc.gc.ca/yoho


Trans Canada Hwy, East of Golden 197 sites at four front country campsites. No hookups. Showers at Kicking Horse only. Free entry in 2017, free entry passes are available at the Visitor Centre or online. Camping fees apply. Features spectacular waterfalls, soaring peaks and is home of the Burgess Shale Fossil Beds guided hikes. Open: Mid-May - Early Oct. ** Rates: Per Site Unserviced $15.70-$27.40. Rates subject to change. Languages Spoken: English, French.


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Fort Steele & Area


Fort Steele Resort & RV Park Tel: (250) 489-4268 Web: www.fortsteele.com


Hwy 93/95, Fort Steele BC V0B 1N0 18 km NE of Cranbrook (Hwy 93/95) across from


Fort Steele Heritage Town (daily activities). Log cabin for rent. Enclosed area with kitchen for large groups and family reunions. WiFi available. Outdoor heated swimming pool and hot showers included. Monthly and weekly rates available. Beautiful mountain views. Big Rig Friendly. Open All Year. ** Rates: 2 Persons Unserviced $31-$33 Serviced $42-$47 Tenting $31-$33. Rates subject to change..


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ORIGINAL PEACEFUL LIVING 34


Super Camping - Kootenay Rockies


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