Tucked along the banks of Wilson Creek on the east side of Slocan Lake, Rosebery Provincial Park is a good staging point for backcountry exploration of Valhalla, Kokanee Glacier and Goat Range Provincial Parks. The offers excellent views of the spectacular Valhalla Mountain Range to the west.

The 32-hectare Roseberry Provincial Park lies in the traditional territory of the Ktunaxa/Kinbasket, Okanagan, Shuswap, Westbank and Sinixt First Nations that inhabited the area long before the arrival of Europeans.

Try your luck for rainbow trout or dolly varden in Wilson Creek, but note that Wilson Creek is closed to fishing below Burkitt Creek. Fishing for rainbow trout in Slocan Lake is also popular. Visitors can also explore the numerous ghost-mining towns nearby and after an exciting day, relax in the many commercial or undeveloped natural hot springs in the area.

The adventurous might want to canoe the length of the lake, staying close to the western shores, which can take from two to five days. The shoreline has many attractive sand and cobble beaches to enjoy. Boaters are warned that Slocan Lake can experience treacherous winds, so consult locals before setting out on the lake. For some serious wilderness hiking, cross Slocan Lake and enter the massive and rugged Valhalla Provincial Park

The campground has 36 vehicle accessible sites, 2 of which are doubles, and 2 have tent pads. There are 6 pull-through sites to accommodate larger recreational vehicles. Services are offered in the season between May and September. The park gate is closed during the off-season. This park offers vehicle accessible campsites on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsite reservations are not accepted.

Roseberry Provincial Park is located on Highway 6 in the Kootenays region of BC, 5 km north of New Denver and 40 km south of Nakusp.

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