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  • Mt Fernie Provincial Park Campground
  • Mt Fernie Provincial Park Campground
  • Limited camp sites during winter season, not maintained or plowed

Mount Fernie Provincial Park is a small park with a big personality.

Mt Fernie Provincial Park is a popular recreation and camping/RV destination just outside of Fernie. The 259-hectare park protects the sensitive flora and fauna in the park and the banks of Lizard Creek.

NOTICE - The campground and road have undergone spring season upgrades including 18 new camping sites. Work will continue again in the fall season starting October 1. At that time no camping will be allowed. Please use caution, stay clear of equipment, and obey posted signs and closures during this time.

2019 Campground Dates with Services and Fees:
June 1 – September 30
Reservable June 1 - September 3

About Mt Fernie Provincial Park Campground

  • 43 campsites accessible for tenting or RVs, plus 18 new sites as of June 1, 2019. More sites to come.
  • No RV hookups
  • 21 sites are reservable, the rest are first-come first-served
  • Firepits, picnic tables
  • Shared water available
  • Washrooms & Showers on site
  • Secluded sites in dense forest with plenty of shade

About Mt Fernie Provincial Park

Situated in the southern portion of the Kootenay Range, this 259-hectare park is shadowed by the 2,133m high Mount Fernie and protects the drainage area of Lizard Creek. Lizard Creek flows through the park before forming a beautiful waterfall and emptying into the Elk River. Black bear, deer, and elk are commonly seen in these parts, please be wildsafe in the woods.

Surrounding forests consist of western larch, Douglas fir, black cottonwood, trembling aspen, western red cedar and spruce, including some areas of old growth. Plant life includes a variety of lichens, mosses, ferns and wildflowers. Abundant wildlife, diverse vegetation and waterfalls highlight this 38-vehicle/tenting site park just west of Fernie. Proximity to City of Fernie which offers such amenities as golf facilities, restaurants and art galleries.

This area is also popular for mountain biking and hiking. With a vast network of trails there is a great opportunity for visitors to explore the park. Keep in mind that these trails are shared multi-use trails so remember to keep your head up and be mindful of your surroundings. There is also opportunity for fishing in the nearby Elk River. Anyone fishing or angling in British Columbia must have an appropriate licence.

  • Contact Information
  • 1-800-689-9025 (Toll Free)
  • www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/
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