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We invite you to stay at Riondel Community Campground and experience this unique wilderness setting. Our 42 diverse campsites provide an exceptional range of choice, from shoreline camping to sleeping amongst the old-growth cedars. Most sites have a fire ring  (except sites 33, 37, 38, 39). Community fire-pits and picnic tables are on-site for use. Potable water is available, but not at each site. We have sites for tents and for large RVs.  To operate as “Green” as possible and to limit the impact on this pristine area, our sites are not powered. Generators are welcome, usage is limited to certain time – please ask Camp Attendant! This ensures all guests experience the beauty of Riondel Community Campground.

Single person tent site

We now offer two tent-only sites, shoreline camping on a raised tent platform (based on single adult occupancy& up to 1 extra person).  AVAILABLE ONLY to cyclists, canoers/kayakers and hikers (non-motorized vehicle access).

Firewood

Firewood is available (cash-basis only). Please see Camp Attendant for firewood.  

Bathroom Facilities

Hot showers were recently installed, comfort while you camp! These are coin operated, bring your loonies or see the Camp Attendant for change.  And yes, our facilities are flush toilets.



  

Sani Dump

Sani-dump – registered guests $6.00(including GST)  unregistered guests $12.00 (including GST) – see Campground Attendant

Community Services

A short walk takes you to downtown Riondel, where you’ll find our licensed convenience store (Riondel Market).  Further down the road is our local pub/restaurant (Bob’s Bar & Grill) – children are welcome till 8pm daily. If golf is your thing we have a wonderful par 3 golf course (Riondel Golf Course), ideal for families with kids. No pressure just lots of fun!  Besides a firehall, ambulance station and community hall, Riondel has an artisan shop (Circle of Friends) featuring work by local artists, plus a seasonal tea room – Simply Simon’s.

Enjoy spending time outdoors and exploring Nature?  This small community is surrounded by miles of beautiful trails, for hiking or biking. And of course we’re right beside beautiful Kootenay Lake, so you have the choice of boating, kayaking, canoeing or simply relaxing on the beach.

Only a 15-minute drive from Riondel Campground, hop aboard Kootenay Lake ferry, the longest, free ferry ride in Canada.