The Crow’s Nest BnB is a self contained, open concept, full light lower level suite located in Nakusp. Your suite is on a quiet acreage surrounded by 4 acres of forest with stunning views of the Arrow Lakes. This is a peaceful property where you can unwind after a day of recreation or exploring all the area has to offer. The BnB is a 5 minute drive to the downtown & beach areas, 8 minutes to Mount Abriel bike trails and 20 minutes to both local hotsprings.
Arrow Lake Escape provides lakeside accommodation to visitors who want a relaxing vacation in Nakusp, British Columbia. We are located on 4 acres of forested property with breathtaking views of the Arrow Lakes and the surrounding mountains.
We have a unique facility providing a secluded retreat, as well as easy access to all amenities. There are two lodging spaces – the modern Studio Suite and the rustic Off-Grid Cabin.
Guests have privacy and the sense of freedom to enjoy the area in their own personal way:
Relax on your private deck and savor the mountain and lake views.
Get closer to nature by taking a walk through the trees using the pathways in the forest.
Use our canoe or kayaks to explore the shoreline – just a few minutes walk from your doorstep!
Swim in the clear, clean waters of Arrow Lake.
Located in the West Kootenay area, we are close to several hot springs facilities that are open year-round. Besides relaxing in the hot springs, many other activities are available to travelers. The magnificent natural location provides an ideal setting for outdoor adventures, with hiking and biking trails in the area.
Arrow Lake Escape is designed to meet the needs of most travellers by providing excellent lodging, friendly service, and an enriching experience.
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A family-friendly scenic full-service campground nestled between the picturesque Selkirk and Monashee mountain ranges. We cater to all campers from large luxury RVs to tents. We are a family-owned business dedicated to providing each camper with a safe, relaxing and enjoyable environment. Your goal is to relax and forget the busy part of your life, our goal is to help you achieve this.
We are very proud to offer CLEAN washrooms, free WiFi, friendly service, and the most relaxing camping experience possible.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
The Nakusp Municipal Campground is owned by the Village of Nakusp and is located in the heart of the Village, adjacent to the Community Park which includes the arena, ball-parks, soccer field and is 3 short blocks from the public beach.
There are 40 treed camping sites, including 10 with power services, plus 28 overflow campsites. The Campground has central washrooms with heated showers and a sani-dump.
Open from mid-May to mid-October
Power Site $30.00
Non-Power Site $25.00
Overflow Sites $21.00
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Stepping Stones Children’s Centre
Stepping Stones Children’s centre is a non-profit organization that runs on Parent Fees. We serve the needs of all children in our inclusive setting, aged 2 ½ to 6 years old. The centre is staffed by qualified Early Childhood Educators. A maximum of 16 children can attend our licensed facility. Every child must be toilet trained, unless other arrangements have been made with the Centre Administrator.
The Selkirk Inn is proudly situated in the heart of downtown Nakusp off of Highway 23.
It is the perfect place for those who seek a quiet and relaxing get-away.
Welcome to Arrow and Slocan Lakes Community Services.
We help open the door to lifelong success. Working together with you to build a vibrant and thriving community.
We support people, from newborns to seniors with innovative programs and services that respond to what is important to them.
Founded in January 2018 in Nakusp, BC Koots Roots Yoga quickly gathered momentum among locals and tourists alike who are happy to have access to regular classes in this humble little village nestled in the mountains. The quaint studio located on the second floor of the Old Fire Hall is beautifully decorated and comfortably accommodates a large group of students.
Yoga is the art of getting out of your own way.
It’s about getting quiet and finding that place inside of you that knows peace, connection and kindness and then letting it ripple through you and out into all of your relationships.
Christine is the creator, blender, artist and dreamer behind all of the teas and products we have to offer. Inspired by the earth and plants around us, and the ancient traditions which were used as prevention, maintenance and restoration, she began to learn the ancient art of herbalism and began on this journey. Once she started to introduce herbs, and learn about plants, she began to feel a deeper connection to earth and nature and bring balance into my own life by means of tea.
Her vision has always been to have herbs grown Locally and in Canada, with organic practices, as our main focus. Other ingredients are sourced from reputable suppliers who also work hard to achieve the same standards for quality and ethical farm practices that we do. We have great relation ships with all of our suppliers and we feel confident this shows in the quality of our tea.
‘Through New Moon Tea Co., I aim to share with you our hand crafted tea blends and invite you to join in on our clean, fair and healthy tea journey, one cup at a time.’
Studio Connexion is a Fine Arts Gallery in the heart of Nakusp, showcasing local talent and other artists from across Canada. Originally a boutique selling antique reproduction furniture, Studio Connexion evolved into a Fine Art Gallery which hosts a number of art exhibitions each year. It is a cultural space promoting visual art in the Arrow Lakes region and the West Kootenays.
Halcyon’s location is one block away from downtown Nakusp. Across the street, there is a beautiful park as well as a beach with a view that will take your breath away.
School District 10 Arrow Lakes serves the communities of north Slocan Lake and the Arrow Lakes with schools and programs in Nakusp, Edgewood, Burton and New Denver.
Our innovative approach to learning and the beautiful mountain settings that surround these communities, provide our students with unique learning experiences that gain praise in our province and beyond. We are well-recognized for innovation in place-conscious learning, environmental education, and for creatively personalizing learning experiences for our students.
Programs and services in SD 10 include Online Learning, Student Support, Aboriginal Education, Safe Schools, Technology as a tool for learning, Skills Training, Outdoor Education, and an International Student Program.
The Arrow Lakes Historical Society has extensive archive material for the Arrow Lakes and Trout Lake regions of BC, Canada.
We can help you do any area research, including all the towns on the Arrow Lakes and the Lardeau, Trout Lake, Ferguson, and Camborne.
We are a community newspaper that serves the Village of Nakusp and the surrounding communities. Founded in 1923.
The WaterBridge Ferries Operations support the communities of Arrow Lake, Adams Lake and Francois Lake, BC.
Modern, above ground suite in a newer home. Private entrance. Bright and airy with mountain views and private balcony. Fully equipped kitchen. Full bathroom with tub/shower combo. Combined living area and bedroom. TV with Roku and Netflix, complimentary wifi. 3 blocks to downtown, boat launch, and waterfront walkway. Onsite parking. In garage motorcycle or bicycle parking available upon request. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate provided along with creamer, sugar, bottled water, etc.
A creative incubator for locals, an inviting haven for visitors.
Along the placid shores of the West Kootenays’ Upper Arrow Lake, lays the rural village of Nakusp. Every week, the old Nakusp Firehall inspires, nourishes and supports the community by hosting Nakusp’s 50 Mile Year Round Market.
This market focuses on local – very local. In order to support the truly remote food producers and artisans in the area, all vendors are within a 50-mile radius of Nakusp. On offer, everything from fresh produce and apple cider, to handcrafted birdhouses and original works of art – and on market days, hot meals from the repurposed community kitchen.