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Pair A Dice RV Park & Campground
1322 Northwest Blvd. (Hwy #3) Creston, BC Canada V0B 1G6
Phone: (250) 428-2347
Toll Free: 1-866 223-3423 (DICE)
Newest R.V. Park in the heart of the Creston Valley with beautiful mountain scenery. Spacious full hook-up sites with 15/30/50 amp. Service. Sparkling restrooms/Laundromat facilities. Convenience store on site. Wireless internet connections available. Central firepit/cooking grills next to playground and horseshoe pits. Golf packages available. Big rigs welcome. Open all year. Pet friendly.
Scottie's RV Park & Campground
1409 Erickson Road, Creston BC, CANADA
Phone: (250) 428-4256
Toll free: 1-800 982-4256
Fax: (250) 428-4256

South on 16th Ave, West on Erickson Road. Grassed;shade trees; full/partial hook-ups; 15/30 amp service; some long pull-throughs; tenting; cable; flush toilets; accessible washrooms for people with disabilities; free showers; laundry; ice; fax service; pay phone; walk to downtown; golf discounts; weekly/monthly rates; pets welcome

Cedar Grove Campground
15060 Highway 3A,
Gray Creek, BC V0B 1S0
GPS: N 49.6216 W 116.7885
Ph: (250) 227-9492
Fax: (250) 227-9493
Toll Free: 1-866-694-9492

Located on the East shore of Kootenay Lake, just 12 minutes south of Kootenay Bay Ferry on Highway 3A, The Cedar Grove Campground offers overnight camping in a peaceful, park-like setting.

Your beautiful treed location serves as an excellent base for day trips to many attractions in the Kootenays. Or just relax at your campsite with the sound of Gray Creek’s current to provide a soothing respite from life in civilization.

Please Note: The Summit Creek Campground is no longer a campsite. It is now being used strictly as an outdoor recreational site. Vehicles may park at the pullout entrance off the highway and walk into the recreation area. There are no facilities available at the park, with the exception of a rustic outhouse.

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