Located 40 km north of Creston on Highway 3A (near Boswell), adjacent to Lockhart Creek Provincial Park, this small park provides the only easy access to public camping along the south arm of Kootenay Lake.
An 18 site campground and day use area are located near a sand and fine gravel beach where visitors can relax and enjoy the clear waters of Kootenay Lake.
The recently rebuilt 18 site campground offers vehicle access on a first-come, first-served basis – campsite reservations are not accepted. There is one drive-through site and three double sites.
The Park is open year round unless inaccessible due to weather conditions and the campground is open from mid-May to September.
The beautiful Creston Valley stretches from the town of Creston, north along the Kootenay Lake East Shore to the village of Crawford Bay. Tucked into the sunny bench between the Purcell and Selkirk mountain ranges, the Creston Valley is the perfect retreat for outdoor adventurers, foodies, creative souls, lovers of the land and anyone in need of a wholesome home-away-from-home experience.
The Creston Valley’s unique climate and incomparable geography make it a place where you can feast like royalty on a 10-mile diet, thanks to its rich, diverse agricultural industry and then whet your whistle with locally-produced wine and beer or try a taste of the 2012 World’s Best Pure juice!