National Parks / Natural World

Kootenay National Park Radium Hot Springs

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Kootenay National Park
P.O. Box 220
Radium Hot Springs
BC
V0A1M0
Tel: 250-347-9505

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Established in 1920, Kootenay National Park is one of 42 national parks in Canada. Together, they celebrate and protect the diversity of the nation's great landscapes. Kootenay National Park represents the south-western region of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. From glacier-clad peaks along the Continental Divide to semi-arid grasslands of the Rocky Mountain Trench, where cactus grows, this is a park rich in diversity of landscapes and ecology.
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    Great campsite in the mountains.
    But I always prefer one by a lake or river.
    Good place to be and venture out for the day.
    Very close to the Hwy in Radium (2km).
    And having electricity was a great bonus!!
    Good, free showers!
    Sites nicely placed/separated.

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