Location: We’re in a private little valley within the resort village of Radium Hot Springs – close enough to walk up to restaurants and shops and just a short drive to the hot springs pools. The area has a wealth of golf courses and hiking trails, and we’re only about 90 minutes from Banff and Lake Louise through the very scenic Kootenay National Park.
Terrain: A creek runs the length of our RV park, with mature trees and irrigated lawns throughout. Guests tell us that the flowers at the entrance and around the office are pretty spectacular too.
Services: We have a variety of sites, and over a third of them are big-rig friendly. All of our 107 sites have at least 15/30 Amp electrical outlets, cable TV, municipal water connections, firepits and picnic tables. 78 of them have 50 Amp power too. Except for 13 Power & Water sites, the rest all have on-site outlets to the municipal sewer system, and we have a sani-station as well. We have 9 Meraki Wi-Fi transmitters throughout the park, each with its own 300 Mbps of bandwidth. There are two sets of bathrooms and showers (no coins needed!) and a coin laundromat with four sets of washers and dryers. There is a new playground as well. Our front office has firewood, ice, soft drinks and ice cream for sale. Complimentary coffee is available all morning.
Reservations Just fill out the email request form or phone us. Our office hours are 9 AM – 7 PM every day during the busy season. We will get back to you promptly during that time. Booking ahead is almost a necessity during July and August and for any long weekend. If your style is to travel without being tied to a schedule, April through mid-June and mid-September through to the end of October are your best bet. (It’s a special treat to experience the campground when we aren’t right full, and shoulder seasons are getting warmer each year.)
Quiet Relaxation We never double up on sites, so you don’t have to worry about the space between sites getting filled up with your neighbours’ friends, even on holiday weekends. We also make it clear that we aim our service at families and seniors, not at the party crowd, so the noise you hear at night should only be the sound of Sinclair Creek.