Premier Lake

Distance from Kimberley: 51 km, 45 Min

Campsites: 57

Rustic Campground nestled in the West slopes of the Rocky Mountains, Premier Lake features a boat launch, playground and picnic area in addition to the campground. Premier Lake is a wonderful fishing lake, and the park also features four other smaller hike in lakes that are great for fishing, swimming and wildlife viewing.

Wasa Lake: 

Distance from Kimberley: 32km, 25 Min

Campsites: 104

A Family vacation favourite since the 1950’s, Wasa Lake is the warmest swimming lake in the East Kootenays. The park features several beaches, hiking trails, boat launch and kids playground.

Norbury Lake:

Distance from Kimberley: 56km, 45 Min

Campsites: 46

Settled in the steeples of the Hugh Range of the Rockies, just south of Fort Steele, this park features waterfront on two lakes, and offers excellent swimming, canoeing, hiking and fishing opportunities.

Jim Smith Lake:

Distance from Kimberley: 37km, 35 Min

Campsites: 35

This tranquille woodland is situated lakeside among the Larches and the Douglas Fir trees. Non motorized lake great for canoeing, fishing and wildlife viewing. Cattail marshes at the lakes edge on one side provides amazing ecosystem for fish, birds and insects.

Moyie Lake:

Distance from Kimberley: 52km, 45 Min

Campsites: 111

This vacation paradise features 1300 metres of developed sandy beach and provides the only public access to the crystal blue mountain waters of Moyie Lake.  Swimming, windsurfing, sailing and paddling are popular activities in this park. There is a boat launch for boaters and Kokanee anglers, and a playground for kids.