The Martha Creek Provincial Park is situated on an old river terrace on the western shore of the Revelstoke reservoir.
It hosts one of the few sandy beaches in the area and provides playground opportunities including an adventure playground, indoor cook shelter and a large picnic field complete with volleyball net and horseshoe pitch.
A new spawning channel for rainbow trout has been constructed at this park. The picturesque campsites, adventure playground, cooking shelter and good fishing make this park the perfect family destination.
The park has services from May to September and offers campsites (25) on a first-come, first-served basis only. Campsite reservations are not accepted. Visitors can pick any site and staff will come to collect fees.
The Park is open year round unless inaccessible due to weather conditions and the campground is open from May to mid-September.
Martha Creek Park has one completely paved campground shaped like an L. The first group of sites is by a grassy area mixed with wildflowers that bloom in late July and August. The second group of sites is on the reservoir and has spectacular lake views and beach access.
The campground hosts 25 vehicle accessible, small to large, including 10 doubles and 2 pull-through sites. Three of these sites have tent pads. All the sites are evenly spaced, open, sunny and hot with a welcoming afternoon wind. Parking for extra vehicles is available in the day-use parking lot.