Places to Stay

Let’s sleep under the stars!

We searched for some awesome camping and glamping options in the Invermere area to make sure your festival weekend is unforgettable. Here are our top choices: Please make sure you contact the campgrounds and resorts directly, for updated information.

 

Lakeshore

Lakeshore Resort & Campground

6k’s south of Windermere on Hwy 93/95, Lakeshore Resort & Campground is 100% owned and operated by the –Akis“nuk First Nation and features

  • beach access
  • boat launch
  • over 70 RV and tent sites
  • Full hook-up sites and pull-throughs
  • Tipis for overnight rental!!!
  • Flush toilets and showers
  • Playground

Book Online! • Phone: 250-342-6352

dry-gulch

Dry Gulch Provincial Park

12k’s north of Invermere on Hwy 93/95, this cozy campground is a quiet and shady retreat from the busy and bustling tourism hotspot that is the Columbia Valley. It features

  • RV and tent sites
  • drinking water
  • Flush toilets

Book Online!  • Phone: 250-422-3003 (EK Parks Ltd.)

Hotels and Resorts

If you are more on the glamping side-of-things, perhaps an overnight-stay in a plush king-sized bed would be more your thing! There are many hotels and resorts to choose from, like Copper Point Resort, Fairmont Hot Springs Resort, Best Western Invermere Inn, The Kanata Inns Invermere, Best Western Plus Prestige Inn Radium, The Canterbury Inn.