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Kootenay National Park


Camping is available between mid-May and mid-October in Kootenay. During peak season there are over 300 campsites spread over four campgrounds offering a variety of services. Demand is heaviest on long weekends and all weekends in July and August. Reservations are strongly recommended for Redstreak Campground.

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Where to Camp

# SitesFull H-UElec OnlyFlush ToiletShowerSani DumpDis AccFire Pits Interp ProgFee
May 7 - October 12
242 50 38 X X X X $8.80 X $27.40-$38.20
Redstreak oTENTiks
May 7 - October 12
10     X X     $8.80 X $120.00
 Marble Canyon
June 25 - September 7


 McLead Meadows
June 25 - September 7

X X $8.80
Crook's Meadow
Group Camping**
Late June to early September

$5.80 / person

* Reservations are strongly recommended for Redstreak Campground between mid-June and early-September. 
** Minimum 20 people, maximum 60 people at Crook's Meadow Group Campground.


Full H-U = Full hook-ups including electricity, water and sewer
Elec Only = Electrical hook-ups only
Flush Toilet = Flush toilets
Dry Toilet = Dry (pit) toilets only. Toilet paper is provided.
Showers = Hot showers are available
Sani Dump = Sewage Disposal
Dis Acc = Disabled Access
Fire Pits = Fire pits suitable for cooking. Fire permits (including firewood) are available for purchase on site.
Interp Prog = Interpretive Program


Map of Kootenay National Park © Parks Canada

Map of campgrounds and popular points of interest in
Kootenay National Park
© Parks Canada

Popular Points of Interest

  1. Redstreak Restoration Area
  2. Sinclair Canyon and the Redwall Fault
  3. Radium Hot Pools 
  4. Kootenay Valley Viewpoint
  5. Numa Falls
  6. Paint Pots
  7. Marble Canyon
  8. The Continental Divide
  9. The Rockwall