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Kikomun Creek Provincial Park is a popular well-maintained BC Park along side Lake Koocanusa.

It provides 168 camping sites for tents and RV's within 3 unique areas, either next to the shores of Lake Koocanusa or adjacent to Surveyors Lake

Lake Koocanusa is popular for motorized boating and house boating and Surveyors Lake is non-motorized, both are great for swimming. Located in a dry sunny area of the province, this Park preserves an example of Interior Douglas fir and Ponderosa pine forest and grassland habitat. Paved roads within this family oriented park are conducive to biking.

Driving directions:

From Fernie there are two ways to get there:

Option 1

  • Take Hwy 3 west past the town of Elko Continue on Hwy 3 past the 3 & 93 Dairy Bar
  • After about 2km turn left onto Kikomun Newgate/ Teepee Creek Road
  • Follow that road for about 7km until the junction with Jaffray Baynes Lake Road.
  • Continue straight through the intersection, Kikomun Creek Provincial Park is on your left.
  • From there speak to the park staff at the entrance if you’re staying overnight, or follow the signs to Surveyors Lake if you are just there for a day trip.

Option 2

  • Take Hwy 3 west past the town of Elko
  • Take a left (south) onto Hwy 93, at the 3 & 93 Dairy Bar
  • After about 10km turn right (west) onto Jaffray Baynes Lake Road (small sign)
  • Follow road for about 7km to the junction with Kikomun Newgate/Teepee Creek Road
  • Turn left onto Kikomun Newgate/Teepee Creek Road, and Kikomun Creek Prov Park entrance will be on your left side.
  • From there speak to the park staff at the entrance if you’re staying overnight, or follow the signs to Surveyors Lake if you are just there for a day trip.

The map of the Park (see Related Documents to the right) details the location of the lake and three separate camping areas.

To reserve a site visit the Discover Camping website.

 

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