Relax with the family and reconnect with nature at any of Kootenay National Park’s three campgrounds. All are within walking distance of gentle trails and natural attractions such as the historic Radium Hot Springs. 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

Campgrounds in Kootenay National Park in 2019
All campers are required to adhere to the “Bare” campsite program.
Campground # of sites Flush toilets Hot showers Sani dump Accessible Fire pits Interpretive program Reservations Fee
Redstreak
May 2 to October 15
 50, 3-way yes yes yes yes $8.80 yes May 9 to Oct 15 $27.40 to $38.20
 38 electricity
 144 unserviced
Redstreak oTENTiks
May 3 to October 9
10 yes yes - yes $8.80 yes yes $120.00
Marble Canyon
June 20 to September 9
61 yes - yes - $8.80 - June 27 to Sept 2 $21.50
McLeod Meadows
June 13 to September 16
80 yes - yes yes $8.80 - June 20 to Sept 2 $21.50
Crook's Meadow Group Camping*
Late June to early September
1 - - - - - - required $5.80 per person

* Minimum 20 people, maximum 60 people at Crook's Meadow group campground. Advanced reservations are required.

Legend

3-Way = Electricity, water and sewer
Sani Dump = Sewage disposal
Accessible = Disabled access
Fire Pits = Fire pits suitable for cooking. Fire permits (including firewood) are available for purchase on site.
Reservations = Reservations accepted


Map

Map of Kootenay National Park © Parks Canada

Map of campgrounds and popular points of interest in
Kootenay National Park

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 (Closed for restoration work)
  6. Paint Pots
  7. Marble Canyon
  8. The Continental Divide
  9. The Rockwall