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BC Recreational Cabins
BCC#02 Silverton Lake – Kootenay Park Region
Overview: Nestled in the heart of Kootenay Country is a Valley and a Lake known as the Slocan. Cradled between Valhalla and Kokanee are three hand-crafted log cabins awaiting your arrival.  Outdoor activities and recreation bring visitors to the Slocan to appreciate the beauty of our four seasons  Flowering alpine meadows, crystal clear streams and lakes and glacier capped mountain peaks become foregrounds and backdrops to vistas that just don't stop.

Kookanee Glacier Park: Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park, set aside in 1922, is one of the oldest major parks in the provincial system. It has a long history of well established recreational use and is perhaps the best known alpine park in the Kootenay area of British Columbia. Its boundaries encompass 32,035 hectares of some of the most scenic mountain country found in the Selkirk Mountains of southern British Columbia, Comprising a picturesque mosaic of high peaks, snowfields, cirques and colourful lake basins. As the dominant feature and roughly in the park’s centre, Kokanee Glacier forms the culmination of mountain ridges and valleys leading in from Kootenay and Slocan Lake. Slowly regenerating burns, old growth spruce stands, open slide paths and meadowlands lend contrast and heighten the beauty of the Park’s mountain landscape. The major drainages of Enterprise Creek, Lemon, Kokanee, Coffee, Woodbury, and Keen Creeks radiate out from the park and are all developed with old mining and forest roads. Leading from these various road ends, trails dating to the early mining developments offer a wide variety of hiking opportunities ranging from short day trips to challenging cross-country routes. Historical cabins and interesting old mine sites combine with many natural features including peaks, lakes and alpine basins to form a rich and diverse environment for back-country recreation. The park straddles the crest of mountain ridges between Slocan Lake and Kootenay Lake. Located 30 kilometres to the northeast, the peaks of Kokanee Glacier are visible from the city of Nelson, and stand out as dominant skyline features from many points on Kootenay Lake

Cabin Accommodation: Unwind in the Eagle's Nest Cabin, cuddle up inside the Cougar's Lair Cabin, or hibernate in our Bear's Den Cabin after exploring our two Provincial Parks.  Each of the three log cabins are duplexed to create two self-contained suites. Each suite can sleep up to four in comfort.  A queen sized pine bed with duvet adorns the separate bedroom.  Handmade pine furniture compliments the log decor throughout. A fully equipped kitchenette makes dining a pleasure.  The living room has two sofas, one with a double pullout bed and cozy duvet cover. Through the french doors you will find decks from which to enjoy magnificent views of the Valhalla Wilderness Park.
Rates per Person CAD$
June 15 – September 20
3 Days / 2 Nights
May 01 – June 14
3 Days / 2 Nights
September 21 – October 31
3 Days / 2 Nights
• 2 Night Cabin/Chalet Accommodation
• Daily Housekeeping Service
• GST Tax
• PST Tax
• Rates based on Double Occupancy