Beaches & Swimming
Kids swimming (Picture BC photo)
Cool refreshing waters, warm swimming lakes, and family-friendly beach settings, are all found in the the Kootenay Rockies region of British Columbia.
Head to the warm waters of Wasa Lake for swimming, canoeing, camping, fishing, boating, cycling, windsurfing, and waterskiing. Relax on long sandy beaches that complement the cool, deep blue waters of Moyie Lake in Moyie Lake Provincial Park. At Windermere Lake in James Chabot Provincial Park swim, picnic, canoe, kayak, fish, and windsurf. Explore on foot or mountain bike the rugged setting of Upper and Lower Arrow Lakes, which also offers great swimming, and fishing.
The optimal times for swimming in the Kootenay Rockies region are July and August. Wasa, Moyie, Windermere, and Arrow Lakes do not have on-duty lifeguards.
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5655 Hwy 23
Nakusp, British Columbia
For more than a century, people have been drawn to the natural healing waters of Halcyon Hot Springs. Located on the shores of the Arrow Lake between Revelstoke & Nakusp, Halcyon Hot Springs Village & Spa is a wonderful escape from the hustle & bustle of city life.
The famous Halcyon Hot Springs Lithia Waters have a unique combination of minerals that are very relaxing & beneficial for a variety of ailments. The cascading pools are constantly supplied with fresh hot springs water. Swirl away tensions in our natural mineral spring pools while gazing over serene Arrow Lake & the Monashee Mountain range.
Enjoy the amenities of Halcyon Village & Spa, pools, great food at the restaurant, comfortable accommodation, RV parking & lake shore.
5420 Hwy 93
Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia
Come relax in soothing, mineral-rich waters while you marvel at the dramatic rock walls of Sinclair Canyon. Enjoy the large hot pool or cooler swimming pool that is great for families. Your admission fee includes entry to Kootenay National Park for visit to the hot springs.