Jimsmith Lake Provincial Park is a popular camping, swimming, picnicking and water play destination, only 2 kilometres (1 mi) south of the city of Cranbrook.
This 35 site campground situated among a lakeside Douglas fir and larch forest, is a peaceful and welcome retreat for the traveling public and visitors to the nearby city of Cranbrook.
The campground was rebuilt in 2001 to accommodate recreational vehicles.
Sunbathing, swimming, non-motorized boating and picnicking are popular activities at Jimsmith Park that are located in a day-use waterfront area.
This is the perfect setting for nature study and wildlife viewing. In winter, the park is transformed into a snowy playground for tobogganing and ice skating.
This park offers vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis – campsite reservations are not accepted.
The Park is open year round and the campground is open from mid-June to September. In the winter, the park is transformed into a snowy playground for tobogganing and ice skating.
* Power boats are prohibited – car top boats or canoes only.