The Radium Park Lodge is located 3 km (2 mi) from the therapeutic Radium Hot Springs pools and on a quiet street directly off of Highway 93/95. The quaint village of Radium Hot Springs lies at the southern entrance to Kootenay National Park.
The property offers 58 comfortable, clean rooms including 1, 2 and 3 bedroom family suites, two rooms with wheelchair accessibility and air conditioning.
Amenities include indoor swimming pool and hot tub, king and queen beds, full kitchens, 2-person Jacuzzi suites, digital cable TV, covered barbecue facility, hair dryers, fridge, microwave, free WiFi, guest laundry, in-room coffee and free ample parking.
Off-season rates and Radium Hot Springs pool passes available.
Check in: 4pm / Check out: 11pm.
All rates are for 2 people; children under 12 years stay free with parents.
Additional adults $10/person/night.
Things to See & Do in Radium Hot Springs
Chainsaw Sculptures by Rolf
The home of a thousand faces; many of Rolf’s sculptures are done by a unique carving tool – the chainsaw.
Columbia Valley Wetlands
Marshes adjacent to the Columbia River between Golden and Invermere form one of largest contiguous wetlands in North America.
Cultures in Contact
Culture and history of Ktunaxa Nation & Anatomy of Land exhibit is offered at the Visitor Centre.
Mountain Biking Trails
area is home to hundreds of kilometres of world-class trails: Old
Coach, Lake Lillian and Nipika Cross River Canyon Trails. A number of
biking events also take place such as the Kootenay Krusher – early-June.
Nearby Bugaboo Provincial Park
Situated in the
Purcell Mountains, this park continues to draw climbers from around the
world to its airy, glacier-sculpted granite spires.
Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep & Headbanger Festival
famous attraction for Radium Hot Springs – The Headbanger Festival
takes place the first weekend in November during the sheep’s annual rut.