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the main campground is very nice, quiet and private. Was kind of nice to have great customer service, cheaper food, cheaper camping and cheaper spirits.
2 beaches and a nice warm lake to swim in with turtles and BASS!!!!!! jaffray and fernie arent to far for golf and mountain biking. Certainly don't want to start a BC bash because I have lots of friends there but the Americans seemed quite happy to see Alberta plates.
We have quaded lots in that area and i wouldnt go alone ever!! so it should be dried up by then, and hope to bee out by the time the rowdies show up for the long weekend... get yourself the backwoods mapbook for the East Kootenay/ SE BC West side of the lake. Lots of little streams, meadows, old cuts, 30yo regen, and bush to explore. Some real nice and unique territory west of the lake.
All i can say without being rascist, is that they are not your everyday camper. So for the better experience of what the kootneys has to offer, I would stay in a designated camping site, and call asap or you wouldnt get a spot this year!! i have been going there every year since i was born. That whole area has a flora and fauna unique in Canada, more similar to Waterton, MO and ID than the west Kootenays.
Got tired of the crowds and kept driving right past Kikoman last year (South on 93). If you're hoping for quiet boating or fishing, you'll be disappointed on weekends. Last year the Kooc hosted the North American wakeboard championships, so it will be even busier this year.
Was kind of nice to have great customer service, cheaper food, cheaper camping and cheaper spirits. Friendly folks, no crowds, and somewhat drier, but similar territory to north of the 49th. I'd have to disagree with this.lake is huge over 80 miles of shoreline with lots of coves to hide.
The lower loop is first come first serve, and it is right on the water with no hookups.
The thing about this CG is there is no beach on koocanusa, you need a boat to access the beaches.
We are a young family of active random campers and are extremely anal about leaving things better than when we arrived, so please don't worry about us messing things up. The upper camping is well shaded, but I believe there is no power.Non tidal can be purchased in 3 different lenghts, 1 day, 3day and a year. classified waters can only be purchased as a day pass or 3 day pass and is very $$$ expensive.If this is the route your choose i suggest you hire a guide and do the elk river.the main campground is very nice, quiet and private. i love it out there haha We camped at Kikomun for a few summers...great place for kids as the lake has a decent beach and no motors..to reserve a spot or 7 is something else..to Found a good number of new species there and other interesting things.2 beaches and a nice warm lake to swim in with turtles and BASS!!!!!! jaffray and fernie arent to far for golf and mountain biking. you can start booking 90 days prior to your arrival dates and for weekends the sites are gone within 10 mins of the phone lines opening at 8 am..with booking and camping fees it works about per night..farmers market on saturdays at baynes Lake and close to the US..we got tired of that game and now rent a cabin up the road at Rosen Lake for the whole summer..pay the daily ransom to fish some fine water... i have been going there every year since i was born. Got tired of the crowds and kept driving right past Kikoman last year (South on 93).
When we are boating, there seems to be no end of backcountry camping, although most of it has to be accessed through private land.