Creston Valley Tour Company
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GLACIER FRESH WATER - IT'S WHAT WE'RE FAMOUS FOR!
The natural beauty of the rivers, wetlands and lakes will entice you throughout your journey here. Make sure to carve out some serious time to enjoy the sandy beaches and invigorating waters or take a lap at the indoor pool!
Creston Valley Tour Company offers a collection of tours of tried and true can't miss spots and signature experiences in the Creston Valley
Riverside Wilderness Park-Goat River
The rustic Wilderness Riverside Park currently provides the only public access to the Goat River along a nice stretch of river rock sandbar.
Twin Bays Beach
A pleasant 25 minute drive north of Creston, Twin Bays is a rare sand beach with shallow water, making it a popular beach on Kootenay Lake.
Kootenay-Columbia Discovery Centre
The Kootenay Columbia Discovery Centres offers environmental education and awareness programs at the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area
Lockhart Beach Provincial Park & Campground
Located a beautiful drive just 40 KM north of Creston on Kootenay Lake, Lockhart Beach Provincial Park is a fine sand, pebble beach.
Mackie Beach Park
Mackie Beach is a small south-facing community park and beach with course sand and lots of sunshine in Boswell on Kootenay Lake.
Creston & District Community Complex
Located in the centre of Creston, this world-class, facility is a community hub of activity for recreation, entertainment & more
Centennial Park is the largest park in the Town of Creston, featuring trees and picnic tables scattered in a woodland setting.
The incredibly peaceful and scenic Kootenay Lake is a long, narrow and deep fjord-like lake located between the Selkirk and Purcell mountain
Pilot Bay Provincial Park
This park is the safest bay-harbour on Kootenay Lake where sailors and boaters 'oft gather to weather out the summer storms.
Old Ferry Landing Boat Ramp
The Old Ferry Landing acts as a rustic boat launch that continues to be the prime launch spot for boat, kayaks and more on Kootenay River.
In Summer, the Goat River is a popular local's spot for swimming, kayaking, "floating the goat" an fly-fishing.
Kuskanook Harbour & Boat Launch
The closest boat launch on Kootenay Lake from Creston, the Kuskanook Harbour Boat Launch provides easy access to the lake.
Part of the CVWMA, Duck Lake is known for great large mouth bass fishing as well as amazing bird viewing opportunities.
The deep winding Kootenay River offers plenty of recreation opportunities from fishing, kayaking, canoeing & boating.
Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area
The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area is a lush wetland habitat located 11 km west of Creston.
Boswell Public Boat Launch
One of the few remaining public launch sites on the east shore of Kootenay Lake, this popular harbour and launch is a free-of-charge public
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