Camping Adventures
Open May 19
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Overview

Keeping Camping Simple. ​

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This campground offers 25 spacious campsites amongst the trees offering both sun and shade. Enjoy spectacular views of the Columbia Valley Wetlands. All campsites are un-serviced with a colourful picnic table and fancy fire ring.

The fire ring does not offer a grill so please come prepared for you cooking needs. Each campsite is suitable for up to two tents or one RV/travel trailer.

Additional Information

  • Up to 2 adults OR 1 family (2 adults & kids under 17)
  • Up to 2 pets & 1 vehicle
    1 tent OR 1 trailer
  • Additional people = $5/night (no more than 4 adults total)
  • Additional vehicle = $10/night
  • Additional tent = $5/night

 

  • You will find two outhouses, each with two stalls
  • Beside the outhouses, there is a water tote with non potable water, hand soap, hand sanitizer & paper towel. Perfect for washing your hands
  • ​There is currently no drinking water available on site. Please pack in your own potable water.
  • We have a new outdoor shower with two stalls and open roof. The use of showers are included in your stay. Keep in mind, it is gravity fed and non heated water
  • We also have a new outdoor sink for dish washing
  • ​If you need to fill your trailer with water, the Columbia Valley Chamber of Commerce has a hose for this and is only a short drive away
  • If you need a sani dump, there is one at Spruce Grove, Centex Gas Station at the hoodoos or the new Esso on the highway at the Invermere turn off

What to Bring?

camping gear required for your stay, bug spray, flash light/head lamp, matches/lighter, fire starter/paper, fire roasting sticks, grill for fire, cooking stove, lawn chairs, axe, etc.

Camping Etiquette

RESPECT

Please, respect the land and take care of the space while you are using it. Most importantly, respect your fellow campers and their experience. Acts of disrespect may result in being asked to leave the campsite immediately

 

LEAVE NO TRACE

We do provide a bear proof garbage bin and many recycle bins on site. Please be tidy, in order to protect the land and the local wildlife. Cigarette butts, bread tags and used toilet paper do not belong on the ground. A mess left at your campsite may result in a cleaning fee

BE BEAR AWARE

This means all food and garbage must be stored in your vehicle or RV/travel trailer, completely inaccessible to any local wildlife. A bear can easily access a locked cooler next to your picnic table or in the box of your truck

QUIET TIME

11pm-8am​, this means voices down and music off. Upsetting other campers between quiet times means you may be asked to leave.

PETS

Be a responsible pet owner, please be sure to be cleaning up after your animals. Any holes dug will result in a $100 reclaiming fee

GENERATORS

Running generators has been a consistent disruption to surrounding campsite neighbours. So we ask that you do not run your generator, so everyone can enjoy the sounds of the great outdoors.

BOATS

Absolutely no boats on campsites or in campground. You may park your boat in our field, when you first enter the property or contact Sentinel Storage in Windermere for secure lighted storage for $4 per night. Pete’s Marina in Invermere also has some storage.

Cost

Reservation Policies

BOOKING POLICY

Full payment is required at the time of booking

A credit card on file is required 

CANCELLATION POLICY

Cancellations must be made via email

Cancellations made 10 days or more prior to your first night with receive a full refund minus $15 admin fee

Cancellations made less than 10 days prior will receive a 50% refund with a minimum fee paid of $25

No refund will be given the day of booking or after check in

 

LONG WEEKENDS

A three night minimum booking is required for all long weekends

We have zero tolerance for noise, excessive drinking, any disrespect on long weekends

You may be asked to leave with no warning, no refund

EXTRA FEES

A credit card is required on file and will be charged in the event of noise complaints,

damage to campground property, excessive mess left at campsite, etc.