Slocan, British Columbia Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Springer Creek RV Park and Campground
  2. Sasquatch Lake Campground
  3. Six Mile Lakes Campground
  4. Bannock Point Recreation Site
  5. Little Slocan Campground
  6. New Denver Municipal Campground
  7. Valhalla Pines
  8. Rosebery Provincial Park
  9. Kokanee Creek Provincial Park
  10. Grizzley Creek Campground
  11. Wragge Beach Campground
  12. Birch Grove RV Park and Marina
  13. Burton Historical Park
  14. Toad Rock Motorcycle Campground
  15. Cedar Bay RV Park
  16. Fletcher Creek Falls Campground
  17. Buchanan Lookout Campground
  18. Kaslo Municipal Campground
  19. Tukaluk Campground
  20. Pebble Beach Campground

Slocan, British Columbia

There is an RV park in Slocan.

The history of Slocan includes a period of high activity and wild times, associated with silver mining in the 1890s, when it was called Slocan City, and a grim period as a Japanese Canadian internment camp, where, as it happens, David Suzuki's family spent time. The name Slocan comes from a Sinixt Indian word meaning to strike or pierce the head, a reference to a method of killing the salmon which at one time were abundant here. A unique festival - The Hills Garlic Festival - takes place in early September in nearby New Denver and brings together artisans, organic farmers, musicians, used booksellers and chefs for shared good times. Another unique attraction is Skycastle Lookout, the only fire look-out tower in Canada offering overnight accommodation as well as all the views. The once-upon-a-time Monte Carlo of Canada survives as the ghost town of Sandon.

  • Sandon Ghost Town
  • Slocan City Logging Sports Day
  • Slocan Lake, a glacial lake, with fishing
  • Valhalla Provincial Park
  • Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park
  • Skycastle Lookout
  • The Hills Garlic Festival, New Denver, BC

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