Kootenay National Park of Canada
Facilities and Services
Access for Persons with Disabilities
A range of facilities and services is available in Kootenay National Park for visitors with disabilities. These include accessible campsites, picnic sites, washrooms, pool facilities, interpretive trails and theatres and TTY service.
Two seasonal information centres operate in Kootenay National Park.
Kootenay National Park Visitor Centre
7556 Main Street East; Radium Hot Springs, B.C.
Telephone 250.347.9505; Fax 250.347.6307;
In the off-season, information can be obtained from the Yoho National Park Visitor Centre . Telephone 250.343.6783. Fax 250.343.6012. E-mail: email@example.com .
Kootenay Park Lodge Visitor Centre
68 km (45 minutes) north of Radium Hot Spring on Highway #93.
Telephone: 403.762.9196. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Located at Vermilion Crossing
- Operated by Kootenay Park Lodge
- Offers most Parks Canada information services
- Interpretive exhibits
There are a number of picnic sites along Highway #93, pleasantly situated beside creeks and rivers, and at Olive Lake. Most of the sites have tables and wheelchair-accessible outhouse toilets. Some have kitchen shelters and water.
- Valley View
- Sinclair Creek
- Olive Lake - wheelchair-accessible interpretive trail and boardwalk
- Kootenay River
- McLeod Meadows
- Dolly Varden
- Wardle Creek
- Vermilion Crossing
- Numa Falls
- Paint Pots
- Marble Canyon